Just a short walk from The Oak Tree Inn is The Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Visitor Centre for Balmaha.
In the centre you will find a host of information about Balmaha and the surrounding area. Rangers are on hand to answer your questions and there is information about the geology, history and wildlife of the area.
Balmaha is on the Highland Boundary Fault Line which runs across Scotland from the Isle of Arran in the West to Stonehaven in the East, cutting across the country marking the change of the landscape from lowlands on one side to the highlands on the other. The centre tells the story of the Highland Boundary Fault and its impact on the landscapes that you see around Balmaha today.
The centre also caters well for children and they can draw, colour and have fun learning, before going out to enjoy the play park that is next to it, or maybe heading back to St Mocha for an ice cream.
Balmaha’s Visitor Centre is open weekends and during the week across the summer months. Check the Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park website for more information.