The area has two Holiday Lodge Parks,
Leny Estate 1 mile
northwest, and Forest Holidays
Strathyre 4 miles northwest.
The image top right is of the large car park
next to the River Teith.
The image second top is of the River Teith
by the car park, a popular place for a walk or
for laying around in the sun.
At the riverside is Kessog's Hill, said to
be the spot where St Kessog preached to his
congregation. The hill is also thought to have
contained a small fortress in the 1100s.
The Main Street contains most of the Shops,
Cafes, and Hotels. In the centre of the Main
Street is the Memorial Square. Across the road
from the memorial is the Visitor Centre in the
former St Kessog's Church.
Next to the Visitor Centre is the Fudge
Shop, one of a number of interesting small
shops in the village.
The Dreadnought Hotel is one of a number of
Hotels in the Village, most with popular bar
Katrine is 9 miles west of Callander via
the scenic hill road that runs between
Callander and Aberfoyle.
Loch Katrine has Boat Trips and a Cycle Lane
alongside the Loch. There are a few trips,
including bike out and boat back.
This area is where Rob Roy the
1700s Scottish outlaw was born and lived.
The hill road then leads 6 miles from Loch
Katrine to Aberfoyle, another popular village
in the Trossachs area.