Trossachs Holiday Park
The Trossachs Holiday Park is the perfect location to enjoy the 'great outdoors'. Explore Scotland's first National Park, Loch Lomond & the Trossachs - an area of outstanding beauty and a haven for wildlife - perfect for cycling, walking, photography, fishing and golf or simply just relax and enjoy the experience - look no further for your dream holiday.
Touring Caravans and Tents
The Trossachs Holiday Park is one of the finest privately owned 'away from it all' Caravan Parks where quality and friendly customer service are guaranteed. We are a small dedicated team who enjoy living and working in the beautiful Trossachs and take pleasure in making sure our visitors have a memorable holiday.
* 46 exclusive touring pitches
* Most fully serviced with water, drainage, 16 amp electric and hard standing base
* Spotless toilet block - free showers
* Games/TV Lounge
* Children's Play park
* Woodland walk
* Sheltered Camping area
Luxury Caravan Holiday Homes
We believe our Caravan Holiday Homes are the best available - we're sure you will agree. All of the eight Caravan Holiday Homes for hire exceed the Visit Scotland 'Thistle Award' quality standards and are fully equipped to make your holiday a superb experience.
* All Kestrel and Woodpecker Caravans are spacious 12ft wide models
* Electricity and gas included in tariff
* Linen and towels included in tariff (beds made up for your arrival)
* Colour TV including selected satellite channels
* Microwaves in every caravan
* Patio area with picnic table and parking alongside caravan
* Every caravan has magnificent panoramic views
Please note our Shieling caravans are equipped with Bedpacks, towels are not provided and there is no television. The Shielings are ideal for guests wanting a one night or short stay.
Ben Lomond Lodges
A small development of exclusive timber lodges, especially for those who recognise the very best. Our Ben Lomond Lodges are set around a small lochan, with south facing views to the hills beyond. Majestic Ben Lomond is to the west and a 20 acre oak and bluebell wood to the north is a natural haven for wildlife.
Situated on the edge of the new National Park- Loch Lomond and the Trossachs- the Ben Lomond Lodges form part of the Trossachs Holidays estate, the perfect holiday destination for visitors seeking an unsurpassed quality experience.
This is an area of shimmering lochs, craggy mountains and forested glens. Here you have space to ramble, wildlife to see, forest paths to cycle, fish to catch, golf courses to conquer or you may prefer to relax and soak up the scenery.
About Trossachs Holiday Park
The Trossachs Holiday Park is situated just south of Aberfoyle on the edge of the Trossachs.
Caravan pitch terraces are separated and sheltered by trees that also help to screen the caravans. This means that every caravan has its own view out but avoids the caravans themselves being a blot on the landscape. Static caravans have been painted subtle, natural colours. The amenity block is timber clad to help it blend in with its surroundings. A genuine red telephone box has been recycled as the park's pay phone.
To improve the overall appearance of the park no unsightly TV aerials are visible as cable has been put underground. Six telegraph poles were also removed and the lines buried.
The Park has an electric vehicle to move equipment and staff around the park. This vehicle is not only environmentally friendly but is also quiet so doesn't disturb the guests.
All light bulbs, where possible, are long-life economy ones and taps are mostly of the push down variety to help save water. Toilets have a sensor that switches on the extractor fan as people enter and because the park has its own private water meter care is taken how water is used. Unleaded strimmers are used to keep formal grass areas in trim, other areas are left wild. Bottles, cans and cardboard are collected for re-use/recycling.
There are 250kms of way marked forest trails in the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park with a variety of routes available for all ages. The Lowland Highland Trail, part of the National Cycle Network is also close by which makes the park a convenient overnight stop for cycle tourists.
Previous Awards include: Visit Scotland Customer Care Park of the Year, Best Park Scotland, Best Caravan & Camping Park in Argyll, the Isles, Loch Lomond, Stirling & Trossachs Tourist Board, Caravan Magazine Top 100 Parks, Caravan Life Top 200 Park
Our Visitors return year after year confident of guaranteed quality, excellent value for money and a friendly welcome. The Management and Staff have completed Scottish Tourist Board Training Schemes including Welcome Host and Scotland's Best and will go out of their way to make sure you enjoy your holiday.
The park extends to 40 acres including an oak wood that is a haven for wildlife. South facing landscaped terraces provides superb panoramic views over the Scottish Wildlife Trust (SWT) Flanders Moss reserve.
A nature trail has been created through the wood for use by visitors. Some areas of bracken have been cleared and other sections planted up with appropriate Scottish tree species. This has made the wood even more attractive for wildlife.
An area of meadow has been left wild and the central path through it acts as a dog walk. The bracken is kept down here by an annual spraying under strict control standards. This is the only spraying done on site.
Over 20 nestboxes have been erected including ones designed for barn owls that nest in the area. However, encouraging wildlife did cause some problems when a pair of grey wagtails nested in the park's tractor!
The most recent project was the planting of 22,000 trees in 40 acres. Over four fifths of the planting i indigenous broadleaf trees, such as oak, ash, rowan and silver birch.
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This page was last updated: 17 November 2012