Inchlonaig Island, the most northerly of the larger islands in the Loch Lomond, is situated north of Inchconnachan.
Dominated by the yew trees, the island boasts tranquil and relaxing surroundings and is a common location for campers who are looking for a more quite campsite.
Reputedly it was Kind Robert the Bruce who planted the yew trees here in the early 14th century as he would have used the wood for making a longbow to supply the Royal archers in preparation for the Battle of Bannockburn.
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