Villages, Towns & Cities in and around the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.Aberfoyle | Arden | Ardlui-Inverarnan | Balloch | Balmaha | Balquhidder | Brig O Turk | Callander | Crianlarich | Doune | Drymen | Garelochhead | Gartmore | Helensburgh | Inchmurrin Island | Inveraray | Inverarnan | Inverbeg | Inversnaid | Killearn | Killin | Kinlochard | Lochearnhead | Lochgoilhead | Luss | Port Of Menteith | Rowardennan | St. Fillans | Stirling | Strathyre | Stronachlachar | Tarbet-Arrochar | Thornhill | Tyndrum
Aberfoyle (Gaelic) abar aphuill. “Confluence of the water”, or “mouth of the muddy pool.”
The small and peaceful village of Aberfoyle is an attractive village situated in the heart of the new National Park at the southern part of the Trossachs and the West Highland Fault. Aberfoyle is the key centre in Trossachs National Park and Queen Elizabeth Forest Park and attracts flocks of tourists every year for its beautiful surroundings and thriving Main Street with atmospheric pubs and restaurants.
Aberfoyle offers many outdoor activities for the visitor such as Go Ape which has the longest zip wire in the UK. For those who wish to take the route closer to the ground, Aberfoyle is a good base for walking and pony trekking. Aberfoyle is on the national cycle route 7 and the Rob Roy Way towards Pitlochry. Trossachs Discovery Centre is situated in the Main Street with maps and publications to get the most out of a visit to this wonderful little Village.
Additionally, the wildlife is second to none with Ospreys sightings at the David Marshall Lodge, which is the best place to start exploring the beautiful Loch Ard Forest and offers spectacular views of the stunning scenery.
A visit to the Trossachs would not be complete without stopping in Aberfoyle!
Below are a selection of Activity Providers in and around Aberfoyle.