Camping in Stirlingshire - A List of Stirlingshire Campsites
Falkirk is a town in Stirlingshire. The Falkirk Wheel is a rotating boat lift connecting the Forth and Clyde Canal with the Union Canal. The visitors centre has boat tours that include a passage on the wheel. The Antonine Wall is a stone and turf wall built by the Romans. It spanned 39 miles, but most of the wall has been destroyed over time. Some remains are still visible. Callendar House is a mansion with the grounds of Callendar park. The house has been restored and houses the main museum in Falkirk. Various events are held through the year in the grounds.
Bridge of Allan is a spa town and lies on Allan water. The Strathallan games have been held here since 1852. The games attract hundreds of pipe bands and highland dancers. The parish church is known for its internal fittings which were designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Campsites in Stirlingshire
Gartmore, Stirling, FK8 3SA
Pitches: 45 | Season: Touring March To October, Self-catering all year
Thornhill, Stirling, FK8 3QR
Pitches: 14 wigwams 60 camping/caravaning pitches | Season: Easter To October
Fintry, Glasgow, G63 0LP
Pitches: 40 (hard-standing & grass) | Season: 1st March to 30th November
Ardlui, Arrochar, G83 7EB
Pitches: 12 | Season: Open All Year
Balquhidder Station, Lochearnhead, FK19 8NX
Pitches: 50 | Season: March To January
Station Road, Stirling, FK8 3RR
Luib, Crianlarich, FK20 8QT
Pitches: 45 | Season: March To October
Gartocharn, Alexandria, G83 8NQ
Pitches: 32 | Season: March To January
Old Luss Road, Alexandria, G83 8QP
Pitches: 80 | Season: Open all Year (including Christmas & New Year)
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