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.
Look out for brown tourist signs
Postcode: G63 0AW
Lat,Long: 56.120792; -4.5916256
Grid reference: NS 400 940
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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.
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.
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.
The nearby villages of Drymen and Balmaha provide a range of facilities and accommodation.