What's On In Aberfoyle

Keep up to date with what's going on in Aberfoyle over the next month and click here to find out what's on in all of Stirling!

Summer Family Nature Club: Mini Beast Hunt

Summer Family Nature Club: Mini Beast Hunt

13th July 2018 - 14th July 2018
Join the RSPB and Forestry Commission Scotland for a fun filled morning all about Mini Beasts at The Forest Lodge, Aberfoyle.
Kinlochard Family Highland Gathering

Kinlochard Family Highland Gathering

15th July 2018
Aberfoyle
Want a great family day out? Then come along to the Kinlochard Gathering taking place this year on the 15th July!
Summer Family Nature Club: Build your own Bird Box

Summer Family Nature Club: Build your own Bird Box

20th July 2018 - 21st July 2018
Build and decorate your own bird box and provide a beautiful home for next years chicks in this workshop at The Forest Lodge Visitor Centre.
Summer Family Nature Club: Aquatic Adventures

Summer Family Nature Club: Aquatic Adventures

27th July 2018 - 28th July 2018
Join the RSPB and Forestry Commission Scotland for a fun filled morning and see what aquatic beasties can you find in the stream while having a paddle and doing some stream dipping?

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Battlefest at Bannockburn!
Join us at the Battle of Bannockburn over our Anniversary Weekend, 23rd and 24th June 2018, for Battlefest at Bannockburn!
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