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Lomond Woods Holiday Park
Tullichewan
Balloch
Loch Lomond
Dunbartonshire   (Browse area)
G83 8QP   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01389 755000

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Pitches: 140
Open: Open All Year

Rating: Average Review Score: 8/10 from 61 Reviews
              8/10 from 61 Reviews


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Date of Visit: June 2015 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Jeffgame 21 reviews from this member

Well kept site with mix of touring pitches and permanent caravans and chalets. Toilets were always tidy and clean. Only 4 showers, but this wasn't a problem when we were there. Short walk into Balloch, an interesting town with pubs and cafés. Opposite site entrance is the Queen of the Loch a Marstons pub and carvery which looks good. 10 min walk to Lomond Shores leisure complex on the bank of the loch. Quite tasteful development with shops and restaurants. From the bridge at Balloch there is a pleasant walk by the side of the loch to Balloch Castle, a fortified house and grounds. There is a café by the loch and a play park for children. This is a good site that we would use again.

Date of Visit: June 2015 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Andyharvey 10 reviews from this member

Stopped for 3 nights while visiting Glasgow. It was only £5. 80 return to Glasgow on the train from Balloch station about 10 mins walk from the site.

Very nice laid out and tidy site. Booking in was easily sorted out.

Toilets & showers were clean and warm.

They have a drive over motor home dump station, which is convenient.

Only annoying thing was needing a key for the toilet & showers.

Date of Visit: June 2015 Unit:  Other Rating:
Reviewer: DaveG60 8 reviews from this member

We stayed in a camping pod on this site as our awning had failed. The site gave us an opportunity to rest and do our washing.

The pod was excellent very comfy with a oven and fridge, double bed sized bench and two smaller benches. The site is large but nicely laid out with a stream through it.

The staff were welcoming and helpful. Like other reviewers we found the need for a key to use the facilities was a pain. The shower block was rather far from the pods. Showers etc. Were modern and clean but with the usual bugbear of lack of space for dressing compounded by pushbutton controls which turned the water off every few seconds.

The site is very handy for the Queen of the Loch Pub opposite. Try the carvery which is an excellent bargain. There is shopping nearby in Lomand Shores shopping centre which includes a branch of Jenners; very weird

Date of Visit: April 2015 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: 4CAMPING 1 review from this member

On arrival to the site the reception staff were extremely helpful, very polite and accommodating. We chose our pitch and set up. Please make note, pitching ground is hard standing so metal pegs are a must.

Toilets are kept clean if a little dated. Family rooms available with a generous amount of space. Key required for toilet/bathroom/washing up access. I'm not a fan of having to use a key for everything.

Games room excellent, again key required.

Beautiful stream running through site, ideal for child play.

In fact whole setting is absolutely stunning. Very clean and well maintained.

The Queen of The Loch Pub is over the road from site, Carvery looked good, wide range of food on menu and service v good. Only been open a week when we visited. If you'd like a take away the Wok Wong Chinese is very good and deliver to site quickly.

Cycle paths excellent. Nearby Balloch is a beautiful ride out.

Our only concern whilst staying at the site was the lack of consideration from the road users. Unfortunately most found it impossible to stick to the 10mph speed limit. Considering the number of children on the site we feel this needs addressing.

We will definitely return. We had a very enjoyable stay.

Date of Visit: August 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Wigtowner 18 reviews from this member

We spent a few days on this site but on pitch 80 which was plagued by wasps. They were all over the awning and it was impossible to sit in the caravan without keeping the fly screens over the roof lights etc. We mentioned to one of the staff about them and she said there had been previous complaints and we were offered to move to another pitch but chose to leave a bit earlier instead. The pitch itself was ok but a bit on the small side and we noted quite a few pitches were quite tight for space especially for the longer motor homes.

There is a lovely burn running through the site but anyone with really young children would have to keep a close eye on them as banking quite steep in places.

The ladies toilet block was kept fresh and clean with nice showers etc. The two hair dryers seemed to have decent power to let you blow dry hair.

The park is so convenient for Balloch and all it's attractions. We saw sunset boat trips on Loch Lomond amongst other trips which were within walking distance. The train station, takeaways (Indian, Chinese, McDonalds Fish n Chip shops, the best one is on a side road opposite the station) are all very close by.

Just a mile or so from Balloch is the Duck Bay Restaurant which has stunning views up Loch Lomond towards Ben Lomond. The food is very good combined with the loch side views it's a place to visit. You can't believe that Glasgow is only about 30 miles away from there.

We would definitely go back next year but not to pitch 80. Someone said that it was a Lime tree dripping a sticky substance over our caravan that had attracted the wasps. ??

Date of Visit: July 2014 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Dave 418 14 reviews from this member

This wasn't my first choice of site as we only wanted some were to break our journey south from Skye. The original site was a dump so drove straight out, plus a very wet and windy drive down the A82. We just arrived before the warden went of duty. She was very helpful and informative. She gave us a gravel pitch near the toilet block. We must have been luckier than the the last review because ours was level and quite roomy. The toilet block was new looking and very clean. I have never been on a campsite with a bath in the Gents toilets. I didn't use it because I had just had lovely hot free shower and I think it was pay for use hot water. We didn't stay long but what we saw would tempt us to go back with it being so close to Glasgow and the Highlands.

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