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Three Lochs Forest Drive

Offsite parking - no services

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Aberfoyle, Stirling, Scotland, United Kingdom

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Open from Jan to Dec

A number of 'wild' camp locations along the forest drive. March to September they need to be booked with the NPA as it's a restricted camping area.
Max vehicle length 8m.
In season permit £3, £2 to access the drive itself.

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Max unit length 8.0m

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Review by: shadowhood
Visit date: Apr 2019
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
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7.75
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Booked online and stayed in location E. Great view of Loch Drunkie, however the allocated MH parking spot would never have taken our 7m van. Fine for 6m or less van though. So we parked in the standard parking bay about 10 yards further up. Ranger came around to check on permit and never said anything so stayed there. No services, however a great spot and worth £3 (plus £2 for the drive itself).
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Review by: southerner14
Visit date: Sep 2018
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
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4.25
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Stayed here in the first of two laybys for motor homes (L) each having space for two motorhomes. Not much of a view but sheltered from the wind and a short walk gave view over the loch. The road is closed at 4pm so quiet after this time. Basic toilet facilities but too far to walk to and because of the one way system not practical to drive (although they were building new facilities for a campsite at the time). Rangers do the rounds to check permits and that you are parked in the right place.
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