Verified by us: I had such an incredible weekend with Anyone Can – I came away feeling empowered and excited for the next adventure!
Fancy an accessible canoeing and camping adventure? Come and join us on our annual Canoe Campout on Loch Lomond. The weekend is accessible for adventurous wheelchair users, the visually impaired, those with learning disabilities and really, anyone who likes an adventure and being outside whatever the weather!
We meet at Balloch where there are accessible toilets and an accessible train station to arrive by. From here we head off in our canoes that have stabilisers on them. This means that they are less wobbly and more likely to keep you dry. We can provide adaptive seating if required.
We Canoe for most of the day, reaching our island late afternoon where we set up camp. The island has accessible boardwalks and composting toilets. Additionally, we provide all the camping equipment.
Once camp is set up, we get some fires on the go ready to cook our 3-course dinner for the evening. Please note these are raised fires to avoid damaging the environment. Also, we bring all our own wood to minimise our impact on the island.
After a fun evening of cooking over the fire and socialising it’s time to climb into our sleeping bags. The following day we get ready to explore the other islands of Loch Lomond by canoe. Then, using our accessible support boat, we’ll return to Balloch. It’s the accessible canoeing and camping adventure of a lifetime!
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A wee note from Accessible Holidays Scotland: Verification was provided by a manual wheelchair user. Anyone Can have an extensive list of adaptive equipment to help make your adventure as comfortable as possible – everything from waterproofs, to transfer boards, and tents. They cater your dietary requirements (and the food was delicious!). You can read our blog about the adventure, and watch the video, here.