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Within easy reach of the park there are many things to see and do.  In Reception and the Laundry you will find information files on eating out, walking, events and attractions.

There is  plenty of good walking and cycling accessible from the park.  The clachan of Glendaruel is only 2 miles south and the single track West Glendaruel Road is quiet.  Visit the playpark, Kilmodan Church and view the Carved Stones in the Lapidarium.   On a Saturday support the  local Shinty team, Col-Glen, when they are playing their home games.

Head 5 miles north to visit Dunans Castle and Woodland Garden. View the ‘A’ listed Telford Bridge dating back to 1815.

The Cowal Way, from Loch Fyne to Loch Lomond passes the park.

The neighbouring village of Colintraive has an Award Winning Pub, The Scottish Sculpture Park  and ferry to Bute where Mount Stuart House and Gardens are well worth a visit.

On the way to Tighnabruaich, the centre of ‘Argyll’s Secret Coast’, there are spectacular views of the Kyles of Bute.  Further on there is the Kyles of Bute Golf Course, Portavadie with its Marina and a Ferry link across Loch Fyne to the fishing village of Tarbert.

Heading east visit the renowned Benmore Botanic Garden and enjoy great walks in the Argyll Forest Park18 miles away is the town of Dunoon, home to the world famous Cowal Highland Games

The Famous town of Inveraray, home to the Dukes of Argyll is 45 minutes drive around the head of Loch Fyne.  Enroute is Ardkinglas House and Gardens, the Loch Fyne Oyster Bar and Inveraray Castle.  In the town itself is the Jail Museum, Whisky Shop and the Famous George Hotel.

There are too many places to mention but have a look at some of these links to help plan your holiday.

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