Active holidays in Scotland

Active holidays in Scotland

At Largo Leisure, we know that not everybody wants to drop and flop during their holidays and for some, the only way to unwind and have fun is with a little action.

Those seeking active holidays in Scotland need look no further than Loch Tay, our stunning park in the Scottish Highlands and home to In Your Element, our onsite activity provider. From set-your-pulse-racing river tubing and gorge walking sessions to gentle paddleboarding, kayaking and sailing, there is something for everyone. If you prefer to remain on dry land, try your hand at archery, test your aim with axe-throwing or get to grips with golf. However you choose to get the blood flowing, our active holidays in Scotland guarantee plenty of laughs to be had and memories to be made. Following a fabulously fun day, enjoy a post-activity meal or drink at The Boathouse, perched right on the shores of Loch Tay.

Staying at Braidhaugh? Then don’t miss out on the action! Loch Tay is just under an hour away so pack a sense of adventure, hop in the car and join us.

Visit Loch Tay / In Your Element

Our Recommendations

As a locally run family of parks, we naturally have our own favourite walks, cycling trails and various things to do. If you choose to stay with us at Loch Tay be sure to find out more about the local area before you visit. Our pick of local walks can be found here with our top cycling trails listed here.

To discover all there is to do near Braidhaugh Holiday park, read our local attractions page

Staying nearer the coast? Then view our choice of things to do at Letham Feus and Sauchope Links

These are certainly not exclusive so please do share any new additions you feel have earned a spot on our list!

Our Sister Parks

Our three sister parks also hold their own when it comes to active holidays in Scotland. Each provide a variety of ways to take in the great outdoors from cycling to walking, mountain climbing to golf, horse-riding to fishing. View each park below or why not take the time to visit each of them and see first-hand why they are so special?