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    • 5
      out of 5
      Beautiful location directly next to Loch Lomond, very clean, perfect for young people who want to enjoy the nature
      15 May 2019read review
    • 5
      out of 5
      Fantastic stay as always. Staff friendly and helpful. No complaints since we started coming 2 years ago. Looking forward to visiting a few times this year....
      14 May 2019read review
    • 5
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      Lovely campsite in a quiet and beautiful place by the shore of Loch Lommond. It has a great grass area to pitch your tent, well mantained toilets and a practical two sinks tap of drinkable water.
      14 May 2019read review
    • 5
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      This was our first camoing trip with the kids. It was a great location. Wardens friendly. Clean location. Clean toilet facility....
      14 May 2019read review
    • 5
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      Site is managed by Scottish Forestry. Very helpful and friendly warden. Water and compostable toilets onsite but no shower. Camping pitches available by the riverside.
      10 May 2019read review
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Glasgow is Scotland's biggest city, vibrant and energetic, there is a constant buzz about Glasgow that visitors love. This is one of the reasons Glasgow attracts over 3 million tourists every year, welcomed with open arms by the Glaswegians who are well known for their welcome and hospitality.

This together with 13 internationally-acclaimed museums, art galleries, stunning Victorian architecture, vibrant nightlife and fabulous shopping, it is easy to see why the number of visitors to Glasgow is growing.

The city of Glasgow is a cultural treasure trove, overflowing with style and culture, why is why in 1999 it was the UK's City of Architecture and Design and features many buildings by architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Many of Glasgow's streets are lined with some of the finest and most beautifully preserved Victorian buildings that you will see.

Glasgow is also a shopping-lover's dream. It is the second largest shopping centre in the UK - and regarded as offering the best UK shopping experience outside of London.

Residents and visitors alike are attracted to the city's expanding shopping outlets like the chic and trendy Princes Square, the enormous St Enoch Centre, Sauchiehall Street Centre, the historical Argyle Arcade, and the Buchanan Galleries shopping malls. Read more about Shopping in Glasgow.

Cinema goers are in for a treat - Glasgow features an enormous 18-screen Cineworld, plus the Science Centre's impressive IMAX cinema by the River Clyde, offer the ultimate in film-watching venues, whilst Glasgow's art deco Glasgow Film Theatre continues to project the most acclaimed in art house and European fare. The renowned theatres the Citizens' and the Tramway, are to be found south of the Clyde, and regularly have the current theatre productions on for those who want to see a play.

In 1990 Glasgow was European City of Culture and there are many annual festivals and events held in the city including: Glasgow International Jazz Festival (July), RSNO Proms (June) and the World Pipe Band Championships (August).

There are plenty of museums and galleries in Glasgow too - over 20 in fact, all with free admission including such highlights as The Museum of Transport in Glasgow and Glasgow Gallery of Modern Art.

There is no shortage of places to dine in Glasgow, particularly the trendy designer cafés which give the look and feel more of Barcelona than Scotland. Authentic Italian cafés and tearooms aplenty, Byres Road in the West End is where you will find the most places to eat and drink at reasonable prices. The West End is also one of the best areas for the variety of pubs and bars that Glasgow offers, something to suit all tastes and makes a great city for a night out. Most pubs and bars close at midnight, but clubs are open into the early hours of the morning where you can dance the night away. Glasgow also has a thriving music scene - Franz Ferdinand are one of Glasgow's exports and venues such as the Barrowland, King Tut's and The Arches continue to stage promising new talent.

Glasgow is home to the two best football teams in the Scottish Premier league - Celtic and Rangers. Bitter rivals, a stadium tour of either Celtic Park or the Ibrox Stadium is a great way to spend an afternoon, or even better if you can get a ticket, watching the fiercely-contested derby match between these two. The name 'Glasgow' means 'dear green place' so it is no surprise that Glasgow has over 70 parks and open spaces, more than any other city its size.

These make an ideal free tourist attraction - many feature galleries and attractions, sports facilities, Victorian sculptures and plenty of wildlife. Highlights include The International Rose Garden in Tollcross Park - venue for the city's annual International Rose Trials, Victoria Park's Fossil Grove - a fascinating display of fossilised tree trunks more than 300 million years old and the exotic Victorian Kibble Palace in Botanic Gardens.

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Sallochy Campsite
Sallochy Bay, Rowardennan, Glasgow, GB
Sallochy Campsite is a semi-formal campsite on the banks of Loch Lomond near Rowardennan,Glasgow. The West Highland Way passes through the campsite. Operated by Forestry Commission Scotland, the campsite has basic facilities to give you a 'wilder' camping experience. Composting toilets and drinking water is available but there are no showers on-site.
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