Wild campers face first Scotland ban

In Scotland you can camp pretty much any where which is different from England & Wales. It seems that this freedom is now under threat thanks to vandals and the irresponsible who are causing problems around Loch Lomond.

A small minority of campers from nearby cities are vandalising property, leaving litter and cutting down trees despite years of failed attempts by the police to stop the reckless behaviour.

You can read the full article on the Guardian website by clicking on the link below.

Wild campers face first Scotland ban | Travel | guardian.co.uk

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