• Cobleland Campsite
  • STB 5 star rating
  • Open: 20th March - 27th October
  • Trossachs Campsite by Aberfoyle
Cobleland campsite is located on the grassy banks of the River Forth, shaded by magnificent oak trees in the Lomond & Trossachs National Park. Cobleland runs along the shallow waters of the River Forth so is an ideal place for children to learn the art of fishing. For the more experienced, the campsite sells fishing permits further along the river where the water is deeper. Dogs are welcome & there are toilets & showers including disabled facilities available & a launderette.

Accommodation Features

  • Children Welcome
  • Golf Friendly
  • cycling friendly
  • bikers friendly
  • walking friendly
  • fishing friendly
  • On site Parking
  • dogs are welcome

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Your Host : Graham & Lesley
An idyllic location.Quietly sitting on the grassy banks of the River Forth and shaded by magnificent oak trees in the Lomond and Trossachs National Park, Cobleland is ideally located for lovers of spectacular scenery.

The perfect location for twitchers, cyclists and walkers. Cobleland sits on the edge of the Loch Ard Forest with over 21 miles of picturesque forest trails - perfect for walking and cycling. The woodlands, mountains, rivers and lochs of this area are also rich in wildlife.

Don't forget your rods! Alongside Cobleland runs the shallow waters of the River Forth, an ideal place for children to learn the art of fishing. For the more experienced, the campsite sells fishing permits further along the river where the waters deepen.

The village of Aberfoyle is a pleasant 20 minute walk and has a range of shops and traditional places to eat. Closer still is the picturesque conservation village Gartmore, it has a village run shop, post office and local bar, the village hall is also worth checking out. Cobleland also has an onsite shop.

Muddy wheels, mucky boots & dirty paws are very welcome. Dogs are welcome and go for FREE! Toilets, showers, disabled facilities and a launderette also available.

"No light pollution here": Our starry skies make this a perfect location for 'Star Gazing' and you can't help but feel rejuvenated by breathing in our clear unspoiled country air.

Take in the 3 Lochs Drive & sail Loch Katrine:Often called the Highlands in minature the Dukes Pass is a must drive. Accessed via Aberfoyle, whilst there don't forget to check out Go Ape and the UK's longest zip wire. Just past Loch Achray is Loch Katrine where you can sail on the historic SS Sir Walter Scott

Visit Glengoyne Distillery: Glengoyne is a one of Scotland's most Southerly distilleries and is our local distillery. It is open all year round for Tours, Masterclasses and Whisky Tastings and is another must visit.

Spend the day in The City of Stirling: Worth visiting are Stirling Castle and The Wallace Monument. Want to visit Glasgow and Edinburgh? Then leave the car in Stirling and take the train.

Price Range

From £13.50 (Low season) to £25.00 (Bank holiday) for 2 adults, per pitch per night.
Mid-week Discounts. 20% for over 60's, Backpackers & Solos. Also Family Rates.




Special Offers

September Offer - 15% off Grass Pitches:
To get 15% OFF - Quote CITFSEP14 in email form.
Children under 5 camp for free, mid-week.
Over 60's, backpacker and family discounts also available.
Please email us for Late Deals and Special Offers.

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Satnav: 56.159513, -4.367011

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