What's On Loch Lomond
On our doorstep to Lomond Woods is the Gateway to Scotland’s first National Park, where you can enjoy the wonders of some of Scotland’s finest scenery. Lomond Shores visitor center offers something for the whole family including a new aquarium, a variety of retail outlets and restaurants. By contrast, only 17 miles south of Lomond Woods is the vibrant, exciting city of Glasgow, easily reached by car, or, if you prefer, by train from Balloch station.
At Lomond Woods, we never forget that it is your holiday and we are here to help you make it an enjoyable and memorable experience. Once here, you will find so much to do and see, whatever your age and interest.
We also work with a number of local businesses to provide our guests with a range of local discounts to make your stay even more enjoyable.
Please check the websites listed before travelling to or booking tickets for any events as dates/times may be subject to change and we're not liable for any changes to events.
Helensburgh & Lomond Highland Games
Helensburgh, Loch Lomond
The Helensburgh & Lomond Highland Games are run by local people on a voluntary basis who give up their time to put on a spectacular event of traditional sport and dance. Helensburgh Highland Games go back to 1889, but the more modern version was started in 2008.
Luss Highland Games
Luss, Loch Lomond
The first Luss Highland Gathering was held in 1875 and has been held annually since, except for a break during the two World Wars. It owes its inception to the enthusiasm of local farmers and sportsmen, all of which were members of the Luss Company of Dunbartonshire Volunteers.
Loch Lomond Highland Games
Balloch, Loch Lomond
The games are now one of the top three Highland Games in Scotland hosting the Scottish Highland Games Association World Heavyweight Championship and the 80 metre Scottish Sprint Championship.
Inverary Highland Games
Inverary, Argyll & Bute
The games start with a pipe band parade at 10.45am from Inveraray Town Centre. Admission prices are Adults £8, Seniors £5, Children £3 and a Family Ticket £20 available on the day at the gate.