Cobleland Campsite, Lomond and Trossachs National Park, Scotland
Prices from £13.50 per night (two adults)
There can be no more enchanting place than Cobleland campsite, situated on the grassy banks of the River Forth, shaded by magnificent oak trees in the Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
- Premium pitches
- Touring caravans
- Trailer tents
- Grassy pitches
- Grass pitch with electric hook up
- Hardstanding pitch
- Hardstanding pitch with electric hook up
- Seasonal pitches
- Storage facilities
- Electric razor sockets
- Separate disabled facilities
- Chemical toilet disposal
- Drinking water taps
- Dishwashing facilities
- Ice pack freezing facility
- Gas cylinders
- Battery charging facility
- Childrens play area
- Public transport
- Pets welcome
For campers looking for the ultimate in seclusion, the campsite sits within the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park and is adjacent to the Loch Ard Forest with over 21 miles of picturesque forest trails - perfect for walking and cycling; providing you with a truly authentic back to nature camping experience.
The woodlands, mountains, rivers and lochs of this area are rich in wildlife and if you are lucky, you may spot one of the many native animals including deer, red squirrels or the secretive Scottish wildcat. There are also two wildlife walks on the campsite which are perfect for helping campers to really get to know the local flora and fauna.
Alongside Cobleland runs the shallow waters of the River Forth, an ideal place for children to learn the art of fishing. For the more experienced, the campsite sells fishing permits further along the river where the waters deepen.
Aberfoyle village, lying inside the Lomond and Trossachs National Park, is just a 20 minute walk away, with a range of shops and traditional places to eat. The David Marshall Lodge provides the opportunity to watch captivating live and recorded footage of local ospreys and a Go Ape! course is available nearby with the longest zip wire in Britain.
The Aberfoyle Golf Club presides over an 18-hole parkland golf course and there is also the National Cycle Network Route 7, which passes through part of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park via mostly traffic-free paths. Stirling is a 20 minute drive away with Glasgow a little further afield at 45 minutes. Other local attractions include Stirling Castle and the Scottish Wool Centre.
Whilst on the site you can take a look at the wildlife project to highlight the plight of the Red Squirrel. They have so far caught sightings of a Red Squirrel, Scottish Wildcat & Pine Marten on video, view all of the live footage here.
Dogs are welcome on this site and there are toilets and showers including disabled facilities available, as well as a launderette.
Please note during the summer months there are midges on this campsite, click here for more information.
Whilst on the site you can take a look at the wildlife project to highlight the plight of the Red Squirrel. They have so far caught sightings of a Red Squirrel, Scottish Wildcat & Pine Marten on video, view the footage here.
Pitch types at Cobleland
Booking for 1 night? Please call 024 76423008 or the campsite directly to book on 01877 382392.