National Park Gateway Centre, Loch Lomond Shores, Balloch, ☎ +44 845 345 4978 (email@example.com). A state-of-the-art interpretation centre exploring the nature, geology and social history of the National Parkedit
National Park Centre, Balmaha, In the pretty village of Balmaha, East Loch Lomond, ☎ +44 1389 722100. A stop-off point for walkers on the West Highland Way, local produce and top-up suppliesedit
National Park Centre, Luss, ☎ +44 1389 722120. Find out about Loch Lomond's islands, the conservation village of Luss, and local walks like the village paths and Luss Glenedit
The following communities are within the National Park boundaries:
The A82 road up the shore of Loch Lomond is used by the Citylink  914, 915 and 916 buses (4-6 per day depending on season) from Glasgow to Fort William and the Isle of Skye. In addition, the summer-only 977 bus from Glasgow to Oban uses this route, heading west at Tyndrum.
Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, (From Glasgow follow signs on M8 for Aberfoyle. From Stirling/Callander follow A81 to Aberfoyle via Dukes Pass), . edit
Breadalbane Folklore Centre, overlooks The Falls of Dochart at the western end of Killin (easily reached from Aberfeldy and Kenmore (via the A827 along the shores of Loch Tay), and from Crianlarich and Lochearnhead (via the A85 and A827)). April to OCtober 10AM - 5PM. discover the story of Scotland's 'High Country'Adult £2.75, Child (5-16) £1.80. edit
Kilchurn Castle has a four-storey tower and was built by Sir Colin Campbell in XVth century, 1st of Glenorchy. The ruins are some of the most picturesque in Scotland with spectacular views down Loch Awe. Location: North/east top of Loch Awe, 2.5m west of Dalmally via A85.
Hike the West Highland Way, . the West Highland Way walking path journeys through some of the finest scenery that Scotland has to offer. Traveling from Glasgow (Milngavie) to Fort William, it crosses the National Park and runs the length of the eastern shore of Loch Lomond.edit
Bike the West Loch Lomond Cycle Path, . This is a 16.5 mile route between Balloch and Tarbetedit
Briar Cottages, Lochearnhead (M9 Stirling J10, A84 to Lochearnhead, A85), ☎ 01567 830443, . Briar cottages are holiday cottages for 4 plus 1 pet in the village of Lochearnhead Perthshire.edit
Lake of Menteith Hotel (Lake Hotel), The Lake of Menteith Hotel Port of Menteith Perthshire Scotland FK8 3RA (From either Edinburgh or Glasgow follow the motorway to Stirling. At Stirling come off at junction 10 signposted for Callander and The Trossachs (A84). Take this road for approximately 4 miles and take a left fork to Aberfoyle and Port of Menteith etc (A873). Once on this road follow it through Thornhill towards Aberfoyle for approx 9 miles and you will reach The Port of Menteith. Once in the village take your first left onto the B8034 and we are approx 200 yds on the right.), ☎ 01877 385258, . In The Trossachs National Park yet easily accessible, being an hour from Glasgow and Edinburgh and twenty minutes from both Loch Lomond and the ancient City of Stirling. You drive through some remarkable Scottish scenery and upon reaching Port of Menteith, the Lake unfolds before you with the hotel nestling lakeside.edit
Macdonald Forest Hills Hotel and Resort, Kinlochard, The Trossachs, Aberfoyle, Stirlingshire, FK8 3TL (From Glasgow, take A81 north to junction with A821, turn left into Aberfoyle, left onto B829 to Kinlochard, hotel located right hand side of road overlooking Loch Ard), ☎ 0844 879 9057, . Located overlooking Loch Ard in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.edit