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Mondays: 10am - 6pm
Wednesdays: 10am - 6pm
Fridays: 10am - 6pm
Sundays: 10am - 6pm
Tuesdays: 10am - 6pm
Thursdays: 10am - 6pm
Saturdays: 10am - 6pm
About Loch Lomond Shores
Loch Lomond Shores is a great day out with lots of things to see and do, including designer shopping, an aquarium, restaurants and cafes and outdoor activities - all with fantastic views across Loch Lomond.
You'll find a selection of stores located in the Retail Crescent at Loch Lomond Shores including:
• Jenners – A House of Fraser Store
• Catherine Kinloch of Pavers Shoes
• Loch Lomond Jewellers
• Ashtins Aromatics
• Misty Glen
• Loch Lomond News
• Edinburgh Woollen Mill & Ponden Home
• Leading Labels
• RSPB Shop For Nature
• Grape Tree
To reflect on our beautiful surroundings, and placement within Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park, our cafes and restaurants all use fresh locally sourced, or Scottish, food and drink products where possible.
You can eat at one of the following cafes or restaurants:
• Lomond Pirates Play Zone & Cafe
• The Kilted Skirlie Restaurant & Cocktail Bar
• Café Zest at Jenners
• Caffé at the Shores
• Beach Kiosk
On the first and third Sunday of every month we welcome the Loch Lomond Farmers’ Market to our beautiful area. With fresh and local produce piled high on every stall you really must come along.
Our producers vary dependant on the seasonal availability of their products, but at most Markets you will find fresh cheese, home-baked breads and cakes, seasonal vegetables, chutneys and oils, freshly baked pies, fresh meats and fabulous smoked fish.
The market kicks off at 10am and runs till around 4pm, but get in early as stock is limited to keep everything as fresh as possible.
Delights from every corner of Europe are on offer at our Continental Markets. Loch Lomond Shores transforms in to a bustling bazaar with professional market traders from across Europe including France, Germany, Spain, Turkey and Greece offering a true taste of the continent.
High quality, delicious products including Provence-style chicken and potatoes, Greek olives and dried fruits, Spanish paella, and firm favourite, German meats on the barbeque, are just some of the delicacies on offer.
Kids Explorer Backpacks – RSPB Shop for Nature
Go wild at Loch Lomond Shores and hire an Explorer Backpack from the RSPB Shop for Nature. The backpack is full of activity for kids to get outside and get close to nature with mini beasts, birds and the local wildlife.
It is £3 to hire an Explorer Backpack (free to RSPB members!), and all you have to do is visit the RSPB Shop for Nature on your next visit.
For full information and further details pop in store or call the team on 01389 752538.
Binocular Hire at the RSPB Shop for Nature
Why not try your hand at twitching… birdwatching that is. The RSPB Shop for Nature has come up with this amazing opportunity for customers to have a go a spotting wildlife by hiring out binoculars for half day sessions.
The in-store team can give you guidance on how to get the best from your binoculars and tell you what you should be looking out for.
The cost is £5 per half day hire (10am – 2pm or 1pm – 5pm), plus you can receive your hire fee back as a £5 discount is you purchase a pair of binoculars on the day of the hire. (Full terms & conditions in-store)
For full information visit the shop or call 01389 752538.
Our play-park recognises the high roads and the low roads of Scotland through its climbing and play areas. It has equipment that the kids will love including a secret garden hide-away and a lovely reading and learning area with toadstool seats.
The play park is open all day every day and we hope that you can come along and enjoy it.
Water bus services on Loch Lomond have rapidly established themselves as a great way to experience different locations around the loch. Linking west, east and south shore locations like Luss & Balmaha, Balloch & Balmaha and Tarbet with Inversnaid & Rowardennan.
Will it be a walk and lunch in Balmaha, strolling around Luss, hiking on the West Highland Way or exploring Balloch? Or will you be one of the many cyclists taking your bike on the boat as part of a journey around the National Park?
Services run each year between March and November.