Where to start!
Heading south towards Callander you will pass The cabin, based on the shore of Loch Lubnaig, here you can get permits for fishing on the shore and also on a boat (no boat hire). Loch Lubnaig has become a popular open water swimming destination (no equipment provided) if you fancy a wee plunge.
See website -http://www.thecabinatlochlubnaig.co.uk/activities
Strathyre Cabins can provide canoe hire and other activities for use on Loch Lubnaig -
Kilmahog is a village which provides the turnoff towards Aberfoyle and Loch Katrine. Along this road is Loch Venacher and Brig O Turk, both worth a stop off. See Loch Lomonds website for all activities -
Callander is a delight to walk around visiting the local shops, woollen mills and cafes. From here you can walk up to Brachlin falls, drive an army tank or visit leisure centre with swimming pool, soft play and climbingwall. Pop into the visitors centre for more information and more activities.
Heading west from callander will take you towards Loch Lomond where there is an abundance of activites, facilities and more spectacular scenery. Loch Lomond shores and Balloch Country park are both worth a visit.
Continuing south, just before Stirling we have Briarlands farm and Blair Drummond Safari park before entering Stirling to visit the Wallace monument, Stirling castle, cinema, leisure centre and much more.
Keep going and decide between Glasgow and Edinburgh and all inbetween!
2 miles north of us will take you to turn off for Balquhidder where you will find Rob Roys grave and the Rob Roy walking trail, Kirkton pass, Balquhidder Glen and Loch Voil. In the village there are the remains of a number of pre-historic sites including a stone circle, the Pudreag Stone, and a Neolithic burial chamber cairn to the east.
Fancy a land rover safari through Rob Roy Country? See website -http://hiddenglensafaris.co.uk/safaris.html
Continuing on A84 north will lead you through Lochearnhead, a village surrounding part of Loch Earn and overlooked by Ben Vorlich.
From Here head east toward Comrie where we have Auchingarrich wildlife park and Cultybraggan POW camp (https://www.visitscotland.com/info/see-do/cultybraggan-camp-21-p1189351) to name but a few, this will also take you towards Perthshire.
Continue North from Lochearnhead and you will be taken towards Killin, passed the old Viaduct. Killin, famous for The falls of Dochart is a spectacular place to visit and has cafes, pubs, aswell as many great walks. If not turning towards Killin you will remain on the road to the Highlands.