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Campsites in Dunbartonshire

Dumbartonshire is a county in the central lowlands of Scotland. The county town is Dumbarton. The town lies on the north bank of the river Clyde. Dumbarton castle is situated on the top of Dumbarton rock and dominates the area. The castle is open to the public and visitors must climb the 557 steps to see the magnificent views form the white tower crag. The Royal Scottish pipe band competitions are held annually here and over a hundred bands enter from all over Europe. The championships is one of the biggest pipe band events in the world. Clydesbank is a town of the north bank of the river Clyde. A major industry was shipbuilding and the shipyard has built many well known ships in the past. The town suffered terribly in the blitz in 1941 and many homes and businesses were totally destroyed. Alexandria is a town on the river Leven. Alexandria is close to loch Lomond. It is a freshwater loch and the largest loch in Great Britain and contains many islands. It is a popular leisure destination and is a premier boating and watersport venue. The maid of the loch was the last paddle steamer built in Britain. It was built on the Clyde in 1953 and operated on the loch for 29 years. Balloch is at the foot of loch Lomond. It is a centre for tourism and the largest number of boats cruising loch Lomond leave from here. The Balloch country park and castle are situated at the southern tip of the loch. The castle grounds has a walled garden with many shrubs and trees. The castle is open to the public.
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