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Cobleland campsite sits on the banks of the River Forth in Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, just 13 miles from Ben Lomond. Not only is it a remarkably natural site, Cobleland is also a treasure trove of outdoor pursuits.

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You'll be hard pushed to find a more beautiful setting for your camping holiday than at Cobleland campsite with its well-tended pitches and truly serene, idyllic countryside atmosphere.

Oak trees tower above the 126 pitches, whilst the River Forth flows calmly by the edge of the site. Turn your back to the river and you’ll be looking deep into Loch Ard Forest, part of the larger Queen Elizabeth Forest. Take off into the woodlands straight from the site and you'll have miles of stunning forest walks at your feet.

The picturesque nature of this site isn’t its only attraction, though. The site offers a unique position in the Trossachs National Park, close to many of the area’s most challenging attractions, beautiful views and most popular towns and cities. This makes for the impeccable combination of activity packed days and a peaceful retreat in the evening.

With its positioning in the Trossachs National park, Cobleland offers close proximity to a number of outdoor pursuits.

The magnificent Ben Lomond is just 13 miles away, with its views across Loch Lomond and the forests beyond. Its (only slightly) smaller cousins, such as Ben Venue with its two peaks and views across four lochs, are also closeby.

The less challenging Highland Boundary Fault Trail, which starts at The Lodge Forest Visitor Centre in Aberfoyle, offers fantastic views of the forest and waterfalls along its route.

Other attractions include Loch Lomond Shores, a shopping area at the end of Loch Lomond, Dumbarton Castle and outdoor activities centre, Go Country.

For a holiday that takes in the very essence of Scotland’s outdoors, visit Cobleland, book today. 

Facilities available at Cobleland Campsite, The Trossachs


On-site facilities at Cobleland include toilets, showers, dishwashing and laundry facilities, a children’s play area and more.

Directions to Cobleland

From Glasgow

  • Coming from Glasgow on the A81 you will pass through Ballat Cross.
  • Stay on this road toward Aberfoyle.
  • Ignore the first sign for Gartmore on the left (Across from the Trossachs Holiday Park).
  • After approximately one mile you will see the sign for Gartmore & Cobleland Campsite on the left.

Journey time Approx 40 minutes.

From Stirling

Recommended for larger vehicles.

  • Take the A811 to Ballat Cross.
  • Turn right onto the A81 toward Aberfoyle.Stay on this road.
  • Ignoring the first sign for Gartmore on the left (across from the Trossachs Holiday Park) and travel for approximately 1 mile.
  • You will then see the sign for Gartmore & Cobleland Campsite on the left.
  • Journey time Approx 30 minutes.

Alternatively

  • Leave Stirling on the A84 following signs for The Trossachs.
  • Come off to the left onto the A873 just past the Blair Drummond Safari Park following signs for Aberfoyle & Thornhill.
  • Drive through Thornhill and travel as far as the roundabout outside the Village of Aberfoyle where you will see the Robroy Motel.
  • Turn left at this roundabout onto the A81.
  • Follow the road for approximately one mile, then turn right at the sign for Gartmore & Cobleland.
  • Follow this road a short distance you will see the site when you cross the Bridge.

Journey time Approx 30 minutes.

Please note for sat navs:

Use postcode FK8 3RR

Coming from Glasgow some Sat Navs will direct you to Gartmore Village, please ignore this and continue for approx.1 mile until you see a sign for Gartmore & Cobleland Site on the left take this road to the site.

For Backpackers

If you are travelling without a vehicle First Bus Company operate a service both from Stirling & Glasgow.

  • From Stirling the Bus Service is C11 from the Bus station near the Railway Station.
  • From Glasgow take the bus from Buchannan Street Bus Station. You will change bus at Balfron.

Please note there is a limited service to Aberfoyle. The bus from Stirling & Glasgow passes the campsite - just ask the driver to drop you at the entrance to Cobleland Campsite.

Please note that the DRT Service has been cancelled.

You can find out bus times and local transport information using the telephone number below.

First Bus: 0870 872 7271 for updates of bus times

Our Cobleland campsite is set within a truly stunning area of Scotland – Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. With such a great location comes a whole host of activities and plenty of things to see and do.

You can find a few ideas below, or visit this page for even more things to do in Loch Lomond, including some walking routes for you to try.

 
 

 Activities  
 Climbing - go country
Experience beautiful scenery and jaw-dropping heights with activity centres like Go Ape, Go CountrySegway Safari and AAA Action Adventure.
 

 
 
 
 
forestry lodge visitor centreFood & Drink
The Forestry Lodge Visitor Centre offers hot drinks and food, which is perfect after those long strolls in the woods or after an adrenaline day out at Go Ape. 
 
 


 
Loch Lomond Sea Life CentreWildlife
For the animal lovers out there the campsite is close to Blair Drummond Safari Park , Sea Life Loch Lomond Aquarium or Loch Lomond Bird of Prey Centre; or if you fancy something a little more relaxing why not try out Pony Trekking at Castle Rednock. 
 
 


 
Loch KatrineLocal History 
The history of Scotland is at your fingertips with Stirling Castle and The Wallance Monument; or take to the waters on Sir Walter Scott Steamboat ride along the Loch Katrine.
 
 


 
 For Rainy Days


 

The-forestry-lodgeThe Forestry Lodge, Aberfoyle
The Forestry Lodge is great for everyone. Whether you’d like to do a little or a lot, you’ll find the perfect option after a trip to the visitor centre.

Address: Duke’s Pass, Aberfoyle, FK83SX
Telephone: 03000676615

 
The-peak
The Peak Leisure Centre, Stirling
Head indoors, out of the rain and hang up your wet coats for a day of fun for all ages.

Address: The Peak, Stirling Sports Village, Forthside Way, FK8 1QZ
Tel: 01786273555

Prices From
£14.55 per night (Two Adults)

At a Glance

  • Toilets and showers available
  • 126 pitches
  • Hardstanding available
  • River Forth runs along side the site and is popular for fishing
  • Aberfoyle and Stirling nearby
  • Open 6th April - 23rd October 2017
  • New offers available! View details
  • View our pricing guide and seasonal dates

Contact Details

Phone bookings: 024 7642 3008
Cobleland Campsite, The Trossachs Station Road Gartmore FK8 3RR
01877 382392


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Excellent Site
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Apart from the weather which comes with the Scenery in Scotland we had a nice time at Cobeland. Facilities are excellent and well maintained, location perfect especially for walking dog's up the river. Staff more than helpful even providing ground screw for dogs since some idiot (me) forgot to pack ours. Only our second family camping trip, will definitely be back.
Unit Type: Tent
Loved it!
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Cleveland is a beautiful site nestled in the forest. The peaceful atmosphere of the riverside walks and the tranquillity of the site itself is just what we were looking for. Facilities were clean and staff friendly.
Unit Type: Camper Van
fabulous campsite ideal for us
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The campsite was wonderful, we took our dog Bessie and she had a great time exploring the woods and lochs on the door step. Aberfoyle was a lovely little town with a great pub (the Forth Inn). Callander bakery also worth a visit.
Unit Type: Motorhome
AMAZING
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Initially booked for one night but totally fell in love with this camp site So we booked the next night too . Would have booked the whole week if we didn't have commitments back at home !Lesley and Graham are so friendly and knowledgeable .The site is just wonderful ..spotless , quiet a mix of age ranges yet plenty' 'nature 'adventures to keep the children entertained and amused excellent facilities ,scenic , on the banks of a bubbling river ,so well looked after and everyone we met was soo friendly and helpful . fabulous woodland dog walk along the banks of the river leading to an amazing bathing pool and rope swing ... Don't want to praise it too highly in case it becomes sooo popular we can't get a booking whenever we want This is going to become our 'local' Already planning a 3-4 night break with son ,daughter in law and 3 grandchildren ..such a special surprise for them . A wee gem .... I cant rate this site highly enough and can't wait to go back asap /..special thanks to Lesley and Graham who look after the site
Unit Type: Motorhome
Fantastic site, great staff.
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Stayed with our family of two young kids as well as with friends with their children. Staff were great and put us all together. Site is great, with good spotless facilities and lots of additional activities for children (bird and animal search) as well as a play area. Beautiful walks out of the site towards Aberfoyle. Loved it and will be back!
Unit Type: Tent
Fantastic staff
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We love going to Cobeland, and the staff at the campsite are one of the main reasons. There are interesting activities for the kids, this weekend was an easter egg hunt in the woods. Although the weather was a bit hit or miss, we had a great time. Nearby food and drinks in Aberfoyle, (via the bike path) are good.
Unit Type: Camper Van
Wish we'd spent longer here
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Stayed at Coblesland for a couple of days just before Easter - wish we'd spent longer here. Unfortunately the weather gods had not been good to us and we arrived in the midst of torrential rain, sleet and high winds. Lesley (very wisely) had moved us from the grass pitch we had originally booked to an elevated hard standing pitch but this gave us views over the river and on to the hills beyond. The site facilities are clean and clearly well maintained and cared for. The walks which extend for over 20 miles through the national park start at the campsite itself and there were lots of potential cycling opportunities too. Unfortunately the poor weather rather dissuaded us these activities but we did explore the area round Aberfoyle and the David Marshall Lodge during breaks in the weather. Loch Lomond, Stirling and Blair Drummond all within easy reach too. Ate at the Black Bull Hotel in Gartmore one evening. Menu limited but food excellent and well priced. Gartmore also has village shop. Larger Coop in Aberfoyle. Site managers were great. We had a problem with our van jockey-wheel which being new to caravanning caused us some concern as we were unsure how to fix it. Had a word with Lesley who contacted Graham who came up and sorted things out for us. And we got a big wave as we finally set off en route to our next site. Thanks to both of you. We'll certainly be back to explore more Lesley Graham
Excellent
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Great site in a beautiful setting. Nice and quiet now that school holidays are over. Very welcoming and friendly. Dog friendly with great walks from the site. Showers/toilets/washing up facilities are spotless. Easy access to Stirling, Callandar, Drymen, etc. Good eating places in Aberfoyle
Fantastic visit
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Been going to this campsite for over four years and can honestly say this is one of the best campsites I have visited. The showers and wash facilities are always clean and tidy and the grounds well maintained. Lovely staff and the setting is beautiful. Would recommend.
Good, clean site - if a bit busy on Bank holiday.
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Second visit here, first with a camper van after camping last year. The good: Friendly staff, rangers, family 'feel', clean toilets, no queues for washing up despite only 2 sinks, great walking and biking nearby, amazing rainbow one night, only an hour from home (Glasgow). We had three 6 year old kids and the biking for them was ideal, they even played in the new MTB skills park on the way to Aberfoyle. The cycle to Aberfoyle is a flat, tarmac 2 mile cycle/walking/horse path which is very easy. The less good: Only an hour from Glasgow and Edinburgh, so it's busy. It's a close packed site and lots of kids running around, across pitches etc. If you want a quite part of the site you have to go to the hardstanding at the top part of the site in the trees, and you miss the sun. The wardens were very good, they explained it was busy when we arrived and asked us to text if it was noisy after 11pm. Our neighbours were noisy (just loud and clearly not going to sleep anytime soon) - we sent the text and a warden arrived in 5 minutes politely asked them to keep it quiet and it all did! There are lots of areas being returfed/reseeded and the ground in general looks as if it has had a wet winter and needs some sun asap! There seem to be a lot of very large tents using the site, which probably does't help. It's a great location, with very friendly staff and rangers, and lots for kids to do, on and off the site.
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