Activities around Gart Caravan Park
The surrounding area is predominantly hilly with many interesting routes to choose from. Ben Ledi is a popular summit to climb with many others nearby. Rivers and glens – many with forestry walks and paths, provide access for low level, gently walking.
We strongly recommend you bring your bicycles and mountain bikes with you. There a tens of miles of roads and forest tracks suitable for cycling. Consider a day out with a good picnic, your map and compass, and your camera.
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The Gart is an ideal base providing easy access to numerous burns, rivers and lochs holding a variety of coarse and game fish including: Salmon, Sea Trout, Trout, Pike, Perch and Char.
FREE FISHING (excluding Sundays) To get you started, free fishing using any legitimate tackle, is available on a private stretch of the River Teith which flows along the Park boundary. Day and seasonal permits for other local waters can be obtained from the fishing tackle shop in Callander.
Callander is central to four visitor-friendly golf clubs within 30 minutes of the Park. Golf photo courtesy Donald Ford Images