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Visitor Reviews - Luss Camping And Caravanning Club Site

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Luss Camping And Caravanning Club Site
Loch Lomond
Argyll   (Browse area)
G83 8NT   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01436 860658

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Pitches: 90
Open: 01 Apr 2015 - 26 Oct 2015

Rating: Average Review Score: 8/10 from 100 Reviews
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Date of Visit: July 2009 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Andyparry 10 reviews from this member

Spent 6 nights at this idyllic site.

Most good and bad points about the site have been covered. The following points I felt were important to me:

1. The roads around the site have been recently been recovered, and are now smooth.

2. The staff are very friendly and helpful.

3. For the size of site, I feel the facilities were lacking, especially as there is only one chemical disposal point for the whole site, which is situated near the entrance.

4. The power showers can soak your clothes in the restricted shower cubical.

This site is situated in a truly magnificent location, and could easily be a premier site had the Camping & Caravan Club not neglected this site. I feel sorry for the staff as they deserve better.

Date of Visit: July 2009 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Magic48 22 reviews from this member

Spent four nights here. Superb loch side location with stunning views. All level pitches. Great reception by site staff when booking in. Plentiful and clean facilities. Lovely Luss is within walking distance. Handy location for a tour of the Trossachs. If you do this then make sure you call in to the Pier Tea Rooms on Loch Katrine. Sterling is also a good excursion.

Date of Visit: July 2009 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Kerry+Pete 4 reviews from this member

This is one of the best sites I have visited. We booked on the day and they managed to fit us in once we arrived. We camped right at the edge of the Loch and the views were stunning!

The site management were fantastic and so helpful, even defrosting some bread for us after the shop had shut! They were so nice we signed up to the Caravan Club on their recommendation.

The onsite shop sold the basics, and for anything else the local village shop sold everything else. Not much in the local village but it was a really lovely place. There are boat tours of the Loch but finding information about them was quite difficult.

The facilities were excellent, always clean.

We visited a local pub/restaurant which was a bit further up the road and it was lovely. My partner was impressed with the range of over 200 Whiskys!

There is a lot of wildlife on the campsite and the rabbits and swans were really tame.

I would say the only downsides were 1. At night you could hear the noise from the road, and 2. Beware of weddings at the hotel next to the Campsite. The music was so loud and people singing and playing bagpipes at 1.30 in the morning was a bit annoying!

Date of Visit: July 2009 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: NobbyPompey 2 reviews from this member

We recently stayed at Luss during the Scottish Open Golf Weekend. I work for the BBC at the events. On arrival, we were greeted by the friendly staff and escorted to where we were going to pitch our tent.

Our tent is the Georgia XL and is larger than most. This was no problem for this site. The facilities at the site are excellent. The only criticism that my wife had was that there is only 1 washing machine and always seemed to be in use.

We were at the bottom of the site and had a short walk through the surrounding trees to the shore of Loch Lomond. The views were astounding and on occasions were had the local Seaplane land right infront of us.

The small shop on the site stocks a few essentials and there is a small local store 5 mins walk from the site in Luss.

The Colquhoon Arms is in Luss. Families, please bear in mind that they cannot allow children in the bar area after 8pm.

We visited several places during our stay and could right a small novel on the friendliness and enjoyment of our stay.

We will be booking again for next year and would like to thank the Staff at the site for an extremely enjoyable stay.

Date of Visit: June 2009 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Truediamond 41 reviews from this member

The friendliest thing here were the midges.

We're new to motorhoming and had joined the Caravanning & Camping Club top get access to their Sites. Some of our friends had told us that C & C could be quite prickly from time to time. This Site was a good example:

We were interrogated about our age and had to produce documentation to prove we were over 55. No other C & C site had asked for this.

We were told to stay off grassed areas by staff, in spite of their not being any signs of restricted access.

The Site is located next to Loch Lomond and appeared to have been designed specifically to aid midges in their breeding - lots of shade, trees and water. The toilets were OK, apart from the numbers of drowned midges round the sinks, but getting there was a nightmare. Space is also restricted and there wouldn't have been room to put up our awning.

Date of Visit: May 2009 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Jennie09 1 review from this member

We stayed here in our tent over the bank holiday at the end of May but ended up with a pitch at the end of the campsite (due to it being a large pod tent) which was very close to the A82 and therefore very noisy from the road.
We also had a tent and caravan between us and Loch Lomond so we didn't have a great view. Some pitches are very close to the loch edge with stunning views but most seemed to be with electric hookups or for smaller tents. There also didn't seem to be as much road noise along the loch edge.

There had been quite a bit of rain prior to our visit and while we were there and although muddy in a couple of places the grass was just very wet rather than muddy which was good. The road through the campsite has been resurfaced as well so easy to drive through.

The toilets and showers were good and very clean. There is a small shop on the campsite and a well stocked shop in the village. The meal that we had at the Village Rest on Sunday night was OK but not brilliant.

The village of Luss is lovely to walk round and there's a 6 mile walk up Beinn Dubh from the village which on a good day will provide fantastic views of Loch Lomond and the surrounding area. We went up there when it was raining and with clouds skimming the hill tops and still saw great views. It can be extended into a longer walk as well. The beach along side the campsite is lovely and clean with beautiful views over the loch.

For child friendliness I can't really comment as we don't have kids, however there was a small play area with a slide and some swings. I'm sure the beach would keep them entertained for hours though and there was a number of kids there who seemed very happy.

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