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Visitor Reviews - Pine Trees Leisure Park

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Pine Trees Leisure Park
Pine Trees Leisure Park
Main Road
Stirlingshire   (Browse area)
FK20 8RY   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01838400349

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Pitches: 88
Open: 1st March To 1st November

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 69 Reviews
              9/10 from 69 Reviews

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Date of Visit: April 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Storm02 3 reviews from this member

Just spent long week end with friends at this site, and can't praise it highly enough, wardens managed to make sure our two units were next to each other, we were allowed to stay way past the check out time allowing us to enjoy another nice walk and our friends to try their luck panning for gold, all be it the site wasn't too busy, this would change in busy season.

The site is immaculate toilet block is spotless with nice music playing in the back ground, small shop on site, wardens were extremely helpful and friendly and we're always near at hand when needed but never intrusive. Surrounding area is lovely with the West Highland Way running just behind the site and Forrest walks nearby, Green Welly shop and Spar are short walk from the site.

All in all very happy campers and will definitely return very soon to Pine Trees

Date of Visit: October 2013 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Feeblecat 37 reviews from this member

I would like to expand on my earlier review (an overnight) now we have spent a week at this lovely site.

The site: Pretty, tranquil, well looked-after campsite. As well as the touring and tenting pitches there are hikers huts for hire. Site facilities are immaculate. Pitches are big and have ehu/water at pitch. Some pitches have a point for tv aerial (no reception otherwise unless satellite dish). So if tv is important to you request one of these pitches. The reception/shop sells a few basic items but there is a small shop in the village. The wardens are friendly, helpful and hard-working. A small playpark keeps the children amused.

Off site: Pinetrees is a great base for sightseeing and walking, being on the West Highland Way. There are lovely walks direct from site and within a short drive. Two train stations get you to and from Glasgow, Oban and Fort William, all less than an hour and a half journey. Glencoe is less than half an hour by car and the Trossachs less than an hour.

The area is popular with gold panners, you can buy a basic kit locally if you want to try your luck. You can also walk to the old gold mine - there was talk of reopening the mine a few years ago but it hasn't happened yet.

Chip shop/cafe and dog-friendly pub/hotel in Tyndrum, only a short walk from site. And of course the famous Green Welly shop/cafe is worth a look.

We had a lovely week at Pinetrees. We plan to return.

Date of Visit: August 2013 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Linz-Stu 1 review from this member

This site was spot on.

It was peaceful, friendly and well looked after with good facilities and big pitches.

The kids loved playing in the play area and built a dam in the burn.

A great stay, wish we'd stopped longer. Will definitely go back if we come up again and will recommend to friends and family.

We were in a caravan but camping pitches nicely laid out with a covered bench in the middle and some lovely huts available for hire.

Date of Visit: August 2013 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Samsimcaravan 3 reviews from this member

Just had a brilliant stay at this lovely site. Very friendly welcome which continued throughout our stay, nothing was too much trouble. The toilet block was very clean, showers were lovely and warm. The pitches weren't too close together and fully serviced with TV points too. The West Highland way running alongside the site was handy for walking the dogs and for an alternative way of getting to the village if you didn't want to walk along the road. Down the road the Green welly stop had a petrol station with shop for supplies, restaurant and gifts or there was another local shop next to it. Also down the road was a cafe which was quite high in price but we tried the chips and they were nice and very filling portions, and a tourist information centre with loads of info on places to go. Would definitely recommend this site.

Date of Visit: July 2013 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Feeblecat 37 reviews from this member

Used this site as a stopover en-route to Skye but also because we wanted to try it out. A lovely site, friendly wardens and spotless facilities. This site is also popular with walkers and backpackers doing the West Highland Way.

Good walks from site and you can try your hand at gold panning - we watched a couple trying their luck and apparently they have had some finds over the years. There is also a small playpark for children.

We saw enough to decide we will use this site for actual breaks, especially since it is only a cople of ours from home.

Date of Visit: June 2013 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: CarrieF 5 reviews from this member

We needed a site for a quick overnight stop on our way home from a visit to the West Coast of Scotland and this seemed to fit the bill.

We're not normally attracted by this kind of formally laid out 'leisure park' type site; preferring something a bit more natural, but if that's what floats your boat then I doubt you will find much better than this one.

We were warmly welcomed by the relief wardens, who were just lovely, given a map of the site and told we could choose any pitch we liked. The pitches for caravans and motorhomes are hard standings, separated by grassy areas and we chose one not far from the toilet/shower block, for which, incidentally you are given a code for a security lock on the door.

I don't think I've ever seen such immaculate facilities. Everything was spotlessly clean and fresh, even at the end of the day, and the heated washroom was very welcome on quite a cold day for late June.

Shame the same can't be said for the local pub a few minutes up the road where we strolled for an early evening drink. It lacked any character whatsoever and whilst I'm not much of a beer drinker so clearly no expert, my half pint of lager and lime was so weak and flat I may as well have drunk water. My OH, on the other hand, enjoyed his pint of Deuchars.

We had picked up a few provisions at the local mini-market but there were also some basics on sale in the campsite shop.

Even though we belatedly realised we had pitched near to the main road we weren't bothered by traffic noise and got a good night's sleep. In the morning I was surprised to find I had the shower block completely to myself at around 8. 30am.

I was expecting to be charged 22 for the night, including EHU, however we were only charged 18 because we were in a small campervan. There is also free wi-fi access included.

Overall an excellent site which I wouldn't hesitate to recommend.

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