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Campsite at Loch Lomond to reopen after extensive refurbishment


Luss Estates has reopened Luss Caravan & Campsite after an extensive refurbishment and landscaping project.

Since the early 1970s Luss Campsite has been run by the Camping and Caravanning Club and this prime site has continued to grow in popularity. In the winter of 2019 Luss Estates took back the management of the site and has invested in improving the facilities and landscaping to optimise the views enjoyed from the site on the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond.

Starting from just £7, the range of camping options includes hardstanding and camping pitches throughout the park. Most of the touring pitches and some of the camping pitches have electric hook-ups.

The park benefits from stunning views across Loch Lomond, landscaped grounds with mature trees and sandy lochside beaches. It is the perfect spot to enjoy a host of family friendly watersports, explore the islands of Loch Lomond and enjoy the picturesque village of Luss.

The refurbished Highland site has lots to offer guests, including:

• 90 pitches, split between 45 touring (hardstanding) pitches and 45 camping pitches
• Most hardstanding pitches feature electric
• Reception is open daily from 09:00 to 17:00
• Site staff are available throughout the day and after hours for emergencies
• A good 4G signal
• Children’s outdoor play area
• Dogs welcome; facilities are provided
• Laundry facilities
• Heated shower blocks and toilet blocks
• Family bathrooms and an accessible bathroom
• A shop located at reception

Luss Campsite is situated in the village of Luss, on the western shore of Loch Lomond, just 25 miles from the centre of Glasgow, which can be reached in about 45 minutes.

Fort William is just over an hour away, and the A82 north provides easy access to driving routes such as the North Coast 500. The nearest main towns are Helensburgh, Balloch and Arrochar. The area around Luss provides plenty of additional attractions including an award-winning pub, the Loch Lomond Arms, a general store selling boutique Scottish gifts, crafts and homewares, and the Loch Lomond Faerie Trail - a magical family adventure through the woodlands of Luss.

To find out more visit Luss Caravan & Campsite website.


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