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IN CALLANDER

Your guide to Callander, gateway to the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park and the Scottish Highlands

CALLANDER NEWS

A beautiful spring morning, with Ben Ledi reflected in the River Teith, at Callander Meadows, 15 May 2019

Callander & Trossachs Summerfest

This community-led festival during the last two weeks in July has a special pre-festival visit from Scottish Opera’s Pop-up Opera on Saturday 22 June. Their performances by a small cast within a small mobile theatre creates the atmosphere of a cast of thousands in an opera house, and it’s fun! Space is limited, so book your seats now.

Summerfest 2019, from 13 to 28 July, celebrates our wonderful landscapes with art, crafts, music and words, and getting out on the water, in the woods and on the hills. Topping the bill is award-winning film maker, Doug Allan, who has filmed for classic BBC series like The Blue Planet, Planet Earth and Frozen Planet. His Wild Places will inspire all who love wilderness.

View online brochure and book tickets >>>

CCDT News

The minutes from the February and March CCDT meetings are now online.

Callander is a beautiful holiday town situated at the junction of two rivers in an area of outstanding natural beauty known as The Trossachs, with opportunities for many outdoor pursuits.


Here on InCallander you can find out everything you need to know about your visit, whether it's a long stay or a day trip.

A great place to visit...

Go to the InCallander visitor site to find out more

THINGS TO DO | PLACES TO STAY | FOOD AND DRINK | PLACES TO VISIT | LOCAL SHOPS

Callander has an active local community and has many groups and projects. In particular the Callander Community Development Trust (CCDT), a charitable organisation of volunteers, undertakes many practical projects for the benefit of Callander community.

...and a great place to live.

Go to the InCallander community site to find out more

CCDT | GROUPS & PROJECTS