A reminder has been issued about the imminent introduction of new camping
restrictions beside Loch Lomond - as well as information on a new site where people can pitch their tents
The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Authority has imposed a ban on wild camping
along part of the eastern shore of mainland Britain's largest lake, which will come into effect on June 1st.
It covers a nine-mile stretch between Drymen and Rowardennan, with the aim being to reduce anti-social behaviour, a persistent blight on the shore in recent years.
However, director of Conservation and Visitor Experience Grant Moir noted this area includes the official sites at Cashel and Milarrochy, where people are still able to camp.
"There is also the new campsite at Sallochy being built by Forestry Commission Scotland for visitors to enjoy," he added.
Visitors to this area may include walkers on the West Highland Way, which passes along the shore, plus climbers aiming for the 3,195 ft high summit of Ben Lomond, the southernmost of Scotland's 283 Munros.