We enjoyed our stay here. Went at a weekend. Nice and quiet, showers and toilets immaculate. Quite a small park so plenty of space. Ate at the bar, food pretty decent. Didn't stay for drinks as the bar was mainly regular weekenders who all seemed to know each other. All of the statics are at the other side of the bar so the touring end was lovely. Only issues were there is nowhere to buy food unless you drive 7 miles to the nearest village (fine if you have car, not so great if you have to unhook motorhome). The bar doesn;t take any cards so you need to take cash with you for that. I would go back here though would just be more prepared with food and cash.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Campsie Glen Holiday Park in central Scotland is now owned and managed by the Wood family. In a peaceful, rural setting Campsie Glen Park is cradled between the Campsie and Fintry hills, close to the historic town of Stirling and the picturesque Trossachs and only a half-hour drive to Loch Lomond. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Campsie Glen Holiday Park Fintry, Scotland