- Electric hook-up with adjacent water and drainage
- Generous spacing
- All night lighting
- Calor gas sales
- Chemical toilet
- disposal points
- Motor home drive over disposal points
- Visitor information centre
- Public telephones
- Dogs welcome
- Ask about the 'GartCard'
|This award-winning and friendly
family run park is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty A very quiet and spacious
parkland setting for touring caravans and motor homes, maintained to a very high standard,
with modern heated showers and toilet facilities. Seasonal pitches available.
The Gart is an ideal base providing easy access to numerous burns, rivers and lochs
holding a variety of course and game fish including: Salmon, Sea Trout, Trout, Pike, Perch
and Char. FREE FISHING. To get you started, free fishing using any legitimate tackle, is
available on a private stretch of the River Teith which flows for 200 metres along the
Park boundary (excluding Sundays).
Day and seasonal permits for other local waters can
be obtained from the fishing tackle shop in Callander together with details of boat hire
and latest news on successful flies, methods and tackle used.
- Modern heated shower and toilet facilities with all night lighting, often
acclaimed as the best encountered in Scotland
- Unlimited hot water
- Separate wash-up area
- Baby bath and
- Facilities for the
Gart Caravan Park is within easy walking distance to Callander town centre, where
shopping, social and dining out needs are well catered for. The surrounding mountains,
loch.s and glens make this an exceptional centre for walking, climbing, water sports,
golf, fishing and off road cycling or to simply relax and enjoy the natural beauty of the
The park is situated in the Trossachs region, an area of outstanding natural beauty where
you find Scotland in Miniature. Mountains and glens, tumbling burns and
highland rivers, glassy lochs and ancient castles. The Golden Eagle is still master of the
sky and the great Red Stag is Monarch of the Glen. This is the landscape which
inspired great poets and writers including Sir Walter Scott. it is certainly a landscape
that will leave an indelible mark inyour memory.
|From the south: Take the M9. Near Stirling
leave at junction 10 and follow the A84 through Doune. The Park is on the left one mile
before Callander town Centre. From the north we are one mile past the
town centre on the right.
||Image produced from the Ordnance
Survey Get-a-map service. Image reproduced with kind permission of Ordnance Survey and
Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland
Please phone 01877 330002 for advance bookings and further
Callander Holiday Park (at the west end of
Callander - static caravans for sale)
Nestling among 35 acres of mature woodland, this secluded park just west of Callander
has outstanding views of Ben Ledi, Callander Crags and the surrounding hills. Direct
access to forest walks provides priveleged views of local wildlife.
Tel: 01877 330 002
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Visit Callander and The Trossachs
Climb Ben Ledi, Ben A'an and Callander Crags
then walk to Bracklinn Falls and the New Bridge