Balloch, straddling the River Leven at Loch Lomond's southern end, is the loch's main population centre and transport hub. A Victorian resort once thronged by day trippers transferring between the train station and the steamer quay, it is now a 'gateway centre' for Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. Visitors still arrive in abundance. On its edge, the overblown Loch Lomond Shores complex provides family-friendly attractions, boat trips, eating establishments and lots of retail.
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