Plan Your Visit

Packing and Planning

For our newer guests or groups who have not used our facilities previously, we have some helpful information documents available which may be useful to plan your activities programme and a suggested packing list that can easily be printed as a handout for parents and youths to use.

Outdoor Activities

In a rural area surrounded by countryside and farms, our guests are expected to both know and observe the Scottish Outdoor Access Code to ensure no nuisance or inconvenience is caused to the neighbours when using outdoor spaces for activities. Careful planning and considerations should be undertaken during lambing and deer stalking season, therefore it is essential to have a good knowledge of the Scottish Outdoor Access Code.

Water Activities & Sports

Safety and supervision are the key aspects to enjoying time on and in the water. Use of Canoes, Kayaks and rib can only be used with a suitably qualified instructor or party leader. We recommend and for local businesses to contact for instructor availability and costs.

Paddling, Swimming and Raft Building can be enjoyed at any point during your stay. For safety, Children and Youths must be under adult supervision at all times when in or around the water.


To make your stay easier, Asda and Sainsburys both offer delivery service to the centre. Delivery times must only be booked for a suitable time after your arrival. Our staff will not be able to accept deliveries on your behalf. The nearest shops are based in Killin, which includes but not limited to a Chemist, Post Office and mini-supermarket, or travel further afield to Aberfeldy for a wider range.