Enjoying a riverside setting amidst the great oaks of the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, Cobleland offers as much tranquility, or activity, as you could wish for. Proud recipient of a Gold David Bellamy Conservation Award in 2008, it goes without saying that Cobleland is a sympathetic part of the landscape in the dramatic countryside of Stirlingshire. It is a place where you can enjoy quiet strolls as well as serious orienteering, and where a morning on the perfect riverbank can be followed by a number of Ranger Activities, including an afternoon of geological discovery on the Highland Boundary Fault Trail that leads out from the parks own visitor centre.
Close to the peace and quiet of Cobleland, youll find Go Ape at Aberfoyle, where ages 10 and upwards can swing, climb and zip wire through the trees at heights of up to 150 feet. For those who prefer to keep their feet firmly on the ground, you will also find the ruined Augustine Priory of Inchmahome well worth the short boat trip to the centre of Scotlands only Lake.
Washing Facilities (surcharge)**Some facilities remain closed in low season, please check at the time of booking if there is an activity or facility which is key for your holiday.**
Playground, Cycle Hire, Fishing