Your National Park adventure begins in Callander

Gart Caravan Park

Situated within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park the Gart is an award winning peaceful and spacious mature parkland setting catering for Touring Caravans, Motorhomes and privately owned Holiday Homes, providing easy access to a wide variety of quiet footpaths, hill walks and exceptional off road cycling. Open from 1st of April to the 15th of October each year.

Facilities at Gart Caravan Park This well maintained family run park offers a peaceful and relaxing environment in which to enjoy the private facilities that we offer which includes a warm welcome in our spacious reception and visitor information centre on arrival. After check in simply select one of the generously spaced serviced pitches either on grass or hard standing of your choice situated around our centrally located modern heated shower and toilet facility.

Once settled you can then begin to enjoy the park to its full taking advantage of its open spaces, outdoor and undercover childrens' adventure play area and free Salmon and Trout fishing on our private stretch of the river Teith. We also provide Calor gas sales, public telephone, park wide WIFI, facilities for the disabled, laundry, chemical toilet disposal points and a dog walking area.

Electric hook-up with adjacent water and drainage
Generous spacing
All night lighting
Calor gas sales
Chemical toilet disposal points
Motor home drive over disposal points
Visitor information centre
Public telephones
Dogs welcome
Ask about the 'GartCard'
Modern heated shower and toilet facilities with all night lighting, often acclaimed as the best encountered in Scotland
Unlimited hot water
Separate wash-up area
Baby bath and changing area
Facilities for the disabled Laundry
The park is situated in the Trossachs region, an area of outstanding natural beauty where you find ‘Scotland in Miniature’. Mountains and glens, tumbling burns and highland rivers, glassy lochs and ancient castles. The Golden Eagle is still master of the sky and the great Red Stag is ‘Monarch of the Glen’. This is the landscape which inspired great poets and writers including Sir Walter Scott. it is certainly a landscape that will leave an indelible mark inyour memory.