Things To Do In Loch Lomond


In addition to loch cruises on the Celtic Warrior and Loch Lomond seaplane trips, Cameron House offers a range of activities to try during your stay. Enjoy some well-spent family time exploring Loch Lomond and The Trossachs by bike or by foot, or take part in one of the high adrenaline activities offered by our friends at CanYouExperience Loch Lomond. Browse the selection of activities available at Cameron House below. 

Pony Trekking

Explore Scotland's National Park on horseback with Loch Lomond Pony Trekking. Loch Lomond Pony Trekking is located just 5 minutes from Cameron House and is a truly fantastic experience.

The sure footed and well-mannered ponies, Chrissie, Petra, Bailey and Glen, along with experienced ride leaders will take you on a leisurely trek through the tranquil Scottish countryside onto the more rugged terrain of the surrounding moorland that overlooks The Trossachs National Park.

Ideal for individuals and small groups, and for riders of all abilities, you'll experience unforgettable views of the landscape of Loch Lomond, whatever the season.

To find out more and reserve your pony trekking experience, simply call our resort team on 01389 310 777.

CanYouExperience Loch Lomond

In partnership with CanYouExperience Loch Lomond, Cameron House are pleased to offer a range of exciting outdoor activities, guaranteed to get your heart beating faster!

There’s a range of land and water based activities on offer including hiking, canoeing, bushcraft, mountain biking, kayaking and paddle boarding, to name but a few. For something a little more relaxed, hire a Segway and enjoy a guided Segway Safari through the many routes and tracks in and around Loch Lomond.

For those who want to experience an adrenaline filled activity without having to leave the hotel grounds, archery provides the solution. Perfect your aim within the Walled Gardens of Cameron House with CanYouExperience’s highly experienced archery instructors.

To find out more about the activities at Cameron House and the surrounding area download more information here or  please call 01389 310 777.

Hawk Walk

The Hawk Walk at Cameron House lets you truly admire one of Scotland's most majestic and fierce predators. This unique falconry experience will teach you how to handle a bird of prey, including how to correctly call and cast off the bird. Once you’ve mastered the basics of calling and casting off, you’ll be taken into the grounds of the hotel and allowed to put the theory you’ve learned into practice, with your own bird of prey.

For families looking for an unforgettable falconry experience, the Family Fun package offers an introduction to three types of birds of prey including owls, hawks, eagles and falcons. Suitable for children aged 7 years and over, each person on the Family Fun package will learn how to hold and fly three different types of birds.

To find out more and reserve your Hawk Walk experience, simply call our resort team on 01389 310 777.

Clay Pigeon Shooting

For novice shooters, Cameron House and the banks of Loch Lomond offers the ideal backdrop to learn, with our clay pigeon shooting. Our expert guides will guide you and have you improving your aim in no time. As the activity session progresses, you’ll feel more confident in handling the rifle and pulling the trigger.

To find out more and reserve your clay pigeon shooting experience, simply call our resort team on 01389 310 777.


Perfectly situated on the southern corner of Loch Lomond, Cameron House is a great spot for any keen angler to cast their reel and be rewarded with the spoils of these fresh Scottish waters.

There are many types of fish to be found in Loch Lomond including brown trout and pike however a more experienced fisher could be lucky enough to land themselves some Atlantic salmon, Eurasian perch and roach.

Fishing on the loch and nearby River Leven requires a permit which costs between £10 and £15 and can be purchased from tackle shops in and around Loch Lomond. Speak to a member of our staff to find out more.