Whether you are looking for adventure and activities or a quiet relaxing break, as a Family, Youth Organisation, Club or School, Craggan Outdoor Centre provides a prime location to enjoy it all. And did we mention the large garden area which leads down the private bay and jetty. Inside or out, you can enjoy breathtaking views in all directions.
A large bright open plan room, with dining area, relaxed seating space. Perfect for a breakout area, where you can make use of the indoor games, enjoy meals as you take in the views across Loch Tay or relax and wind down after a busy day in the outdoors.
- Games Cupboard
- Pool Table & Table Tennis
A full refurbishment of the kitchen area was undertaken during 2023 transforming it into a modern, larger, brighter, user-friendly space to enjoy preparing your meals in. The kitchen is fully stocked with all the essential items you require for a short or long stay.
- Dishwasher, Fridge & Freezer
- 6 Hob Cooker, Double Oven & Single Oven
- Instant Hot Water Dispenser
As you enter the ground floor on the left hand side an accessible bedroom is available, the main corridor to your right includes the 4 staff bedrooms, showers, toilets. The Dochart & Lawers Suite both have 2 large bedrooms and their own shower and toilet areas within each wing. With the Exception of the Accessible room, all rooms have bunk beds.
- Accessible Room – Suitable for Wheelchair Users Sleeps 1 & Carer if required
- Staff Rooms – Sleeps 2 Per room
- Dochart Suite – Dorm 1 sleeps 6, dorm 2 sleeps 4
- Lawers Suite – Dorm 1 Sleeps 6, Dorm 2 sleeps 4
During your stay , why not make the most of Loch Tay, and get out on the water. Craggan is fully stocked with the equipment you need to enjoy, Canoeing, Kayaking and Raft Building, but If this all sounds to energetic why not try a spot of fishing or swimming. For the more adventurous, there are a number of local businesses that offer Sailing, Powerboating, River Rafting and Canyoning and much more.
Walking & Cycling
The options here are endless. Experienced walkers have the opportunity to venture over to the North Shores you’ll find a couple Munro’s to bag, Beinn Ghlas & Ben Lawers, or for something less energetic why not try Drummond Hill, The Auchmore Circuit or Taymouth Castle and of course the area is also full of trails and paths to follow and lets not forget Killin to Ardtalnaig is a 12mile section of the Rob Roy Way.
Likewise, for mountain biking there are a multitude of off road trails on the doorstep, alternatively Glen Lyon & Drummond Hill are a favourites which are located not too far from away. If you prefer the less rigorous option, the Nation Cycle Route 7 will take you along the Lochs edge to Kenmore or Killin offering fantastic scenery all the way as you pass through quaint little hamlets.