Location

Cashel Farm is located around 7 miles (or 15 minutes) along the B837 from the A811 turn-off at Drymen.  Click here for detailed instructions.

Satnav

Look out for brown tourist signs
Postcode: G63 0AW
Lat,Long: 56.120792;  -4.5916256

Ordnance Survey

E:00238985; N:00695032
Grid reference: NS 400 940

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Car parking

Our car park holds up to 40 cars. Parking is charged at £3 per day which can be paid using cash, card and contactless methods.

The fee for parking is an important source of income for Cashel Forest Trust as a charity. Without this vital income we would not be able to offer parking facilities or to maintain the path network and woodlands here.

If you are a regular visitor, you might consider becoming a Friend of Cashel. Membership entitles you to a number of benefits including free parking.

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Accessibility

Cashel Forest welcomes visitors to enjoy our native forest experience.  The car park and forest is open virtually all-year round, though the Visitor Centre and WC (wheelchair-friendly) are open only from Easter until the end of October.  All abilities users are welcome to come and utilise the car park and picnic area as well as the all-abilities Cashel Burn Trail. For adventurous walkers, there are other walks and trails which take you deeper into the heart of the Cashel Forest.

Local interest

Cashel is situated in the heart of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park and there are a range of other activities on offer within the area including: walking and hiking, cycling, camping, water activities, fishing, golf, climbing and more.

Further information is available here.

Things to do | Respect Protect Enjoy - Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park (lochlomond-trossachs.org)

Cashel is also only a few hundred yards from the West Highland Way – Scotland’s best loved long distance walking route – and offers a comfortable respite and break point along the way.

West Highland Way - Scotland's Best Loved Long Distance Walking Route

The nearby villages of Drymen and Balmaha provide a range of facilities and accommodation.

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