/ NEWS: 'Yosemite' Style Facilities for Loch Lomond and the Trossachs

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UKH News - on 12 Nov 2012
Artist's impression of new facilities at Loch Lubnaig, 4 kbLoch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Authority today launched plans to transform some of the most popular sites in the Park into 'world class visitor destinations' by investing in new facilities at key sites that have suffered from the pressure of informal camping in recent years. Will this sanitised approach solve the problems, or simply displace them elsewhere?

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Toby S - on 13 Nov 2012
In reply to UKH News:

Not keen. Can't help feel that this would make visits to sites within the NP feel more sterile. Mentioned this on twitter earlier and I think this is more an attempt to attract the tourist pounds (not necessarily a bad thing) rather than preserving the environment. I'm much rather they tackled the current issues (I was reminded that Loch Lubnaig has it's own special wildlife on a Friday night!) rather than add kiosks and campsites.

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