Loch Lomond is a freshwater loch encompassed by the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, situated on the Highland Boundary Fault in Scotland. The biggest lake in Britain boasts heralded water-centric leisure opportunities fed by natural features and bountiful shorelines.
Golfing at the Loch Lomond Golf Club is a highlight tourist attraction, globally recognised as the former host site of many international tournaments. Prestigious boating and watersports activities draw visitors from around the world including a balanced concentration of kayaks, canoes, windsurfers, jetskis, speedboats and cruisers. Beautiful natural features, Loch Lomond Shores, and Balloch Castle Country Park are magnificent areas for hiking, camping, and cycling.
Transportation to Loch Lomond is possible along the A82 Glasgow-Inverness trunk road. A train route from Glasgow to Balloch is serviced by ScotRail as well as multiple public buses. Cycling is the most popular form of transit around the area itself.
Loch Lomond is featured in the popular song first published in 1841, “The Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomond”. While the original author was never determined, artists that have covered this song throughout the ages include Maxine Sullivan, Mudman, and the Real McKenzies. An additional musical accolade is the song’s presence in Steve Hackett's album Beyond the Shrouded Horizon.