Lochearnhead Scout Station
This Camp has been a favourite with explorers for years
Within easy reach of the Station, there are a great many hills and mountains that provide opportunities for both novice hill walkers and experienced mountaineers of all ages. Alternatively, the views over Loch Earn give a tantalising glimpse of the water-based activities available. On the various lochs & rivers in the local area, activities include sailing, canoeing & kayaking, white-water rafting and fishing, which are all possible.
For those wanting to get out on two wheels, there is a Sustrans national cycle route running from Calendar all the way through to Killin. The route offers a variety of terrain & gradients from the forest at Strathyre, to the climb up Glen Ogle along the old railway line, all the time giving you superb views & thrills.
And for those wanting to do some rock climbing, why not try out the crags at Benny Beg near Crieff.
Meggernie Outdoor Centre
This Camp has also been a favourite with explorers for years
Camping at Meggernie is an incredible experience. With a number of naturally-sheltered and self-contained camping areas over 15 acres, each with its own unique character. Close by are the toilets and showers, a laundry, drying room and dishwashing/food preparation room and crystal clear drinking water provided by our treated borehole supply.