Queen Elizabeth Forest Park
Enjoy iconic views of sparkling lochs, wooded hills and rugged mountains, or take to the trails on foot, by bike or on horseback and discover the Forest Park’s magical atmosphere and wonderful wildlife.
Start exploring from The Lodge
Begin your visit at The Lodge Forest Visitor Centre near Aberfoyle, which has easy trails, a wildlife hide, information, gifts and a café with one of the best views in Scotland. Follow the Three Lochs Forest Drive to explore the heart of the forest without having to walk far or head to tranquil Loch Ard for easy family cycling.
The Forest Park encompasses some of Scotland’s best-loved locations, from magnificent Loch Lomond, the rolling Trossachs hills and Loch Katrine to the craggy tops of Strathyre. It’s a feast for the eyes whatever the season and there’s so much to see and do – whether you want to just soak up the view, stroll or swing through the trees or take a steamship on a legendary loch.
Camping in Queen Elizabeth Forest Park
Sallochy Campsite is closed until further notice due to the ongoing COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation.
The campsite at Sallochy will open for the 2020 season on Thursday 12 March. We are currently experiencing some technical issues with the online booking system so please phone the wardens on 07826 935016 from 12 March onwards to book a pitch.
Forests to visit
The Lodge Forest Visitor Centre
The gateway to Queen Elizabeth Forest Park.
The classic Victorian loch and landscape.
Three Lochs Forest Drive
Enjoy classic Trossachs scenery from your car.
A picturesque loch ideal for family strolls and cycle rides.
Relax on an easy trail at the foot of Ben Lomond.