Campsie Glen, Stirlingshire
Nestled in the rolling countryside of Stirlingshire is Campsie Glen, a peaceful and tranquil holiday park. Surrounded by open, green fields and large hills, it’s a picturesque base for people looking to explore the lands north of Glasgow. It’s earned a five-star rating and has even been voted ‘Best Value Accommodation in Scotland’ at the Sola Awards in 2019.
This family-friendly resort has several types of accommodation available to book. There are lodges with hot tubs and caravans (some of which have hot tubs), along with glamping pods and touring pitches with all the necessary amenities. All of the accommodation options here are designed to make your stay comfortable and convenient. The lodges are well equipped with all the mod cons and their decor is easy on the eye, while the glamping pods are cosy and snug.
When you stay here, you’ll have plenty of Scotland’s top attractions within driving distance. For starters, there’s the city of Glasgow where you’ll find a host of museums, galleries and theatres, not to mention public parks and vibrant bars and restaurants. There’s also Loch Lomond, which stretches for 27.5 miles and is surrounded by stunning natural scenery. Many people visit the town of Balloch on the loch’s southern tip and go on cruises to see more of the loch in person.
On-site bar/bistro with an outdoor terrace
Heated swimming pool
An indoor hot tub and a small pool for kids
Wi-Fi (bar/bistro area only)
Outdoor play area for children
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Things to Do
Visit Stirling – Head to this delightful town that’s steeped in history and see some of the best-preserved buildings in all of Scotland. Stirling Castle and the Old Town Jail are two highlights that aren’t to be missed. https://www.yourstirling.com/plan-your-visit/around-stirling/
Drummond Castle Gardens – This impressive castle and its well-kept gardens are several centuries old. Learn about the rich history of the castle and be sure to walk around the beautiful gardens. https://www.drummondcastlegardens.co.uk
Activities on and Around Loch Lomond – Drive for 40 minutes and you’ll reach Balloch, a town at the southern tip of Loch Lomond. Go on a loch cruise, explore walking trails and see what restaurants, shops and local attractions Balloch has to offer.
Fintry Inn – Located in the nearby village of Fintry, this welcoming and friendly pub serves a range of traditional meals and a comfortable setting.
Saffron Indian – Head to Balfron and enjoy a tasty dinner at this contemporary Indian and Nepalese restaurant.
The Old Mill – Another pub and restaurant, The Old Mill is in the village of Killearn and is set in an 18th-century building that used to be a weaving mill.
An excellent location in the beautiful Southern Highlands
All of the lodges are Pet Friendly
Max. 2 dogs per booking at £5 each per night)
Lodges have a private Hot Tub