Trossachs camping restrictions extended
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Trossachs first purpose-built 'wild' campsite established

Work has started on the first purpose-built wild campsite in the Trossachs after the national park extended a ban on people camping at the waters' edge.

Some walkers say the by-law goes against the spirit of the open access rights they fought so hard to secure. Problems with anti-social behaviour led to the law being applied along the side of Loch Lomond and it will be expanded across a much wider area.

BBC Scotland's rural affairs correspondent Kevin Keane reports from the park.

  • 01 Dec 2016