Camp at Loch Lomond's Sallochy Campsite

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Camp along the United Kingdoms's largest inland body of water at the semi-primitive Sallochy Campsite. This campsite offers 30 loch-side campsites so you can experience camping right on the water!

Loch Lomond is a large freshwater loch that sits on the boundary of the Scottish central lowlands and the highlands. While the loch is a popular destination for many travelers, Sallochy Campsite provides the unique opportunity to camp right on the loch. There are 30 designated sites that are £5 per night/per adult. Take note the campsite is only open April-October! To find out more about the site and to see a comprehensive map go here:

Pack List

  • Tent
  • Sleeping pad
  • Sleeping bag
  • Camping stove
  • Food
  • Water bottle
  • Bug spray for summertime
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