Ardkinglas Woodland Garden covers 25 acres of hillside, amongst one of Scotland's most beautiful landscapes, around the head of Loch Fyne. Visitors can follow a network of informal paths which rise from the tumbling waterfalls of the River Kinglas through richly varied areas of garden and woodland to the hillside above where there are spectacular views of Loch Fyne.
The Callander family established the mature conifer collection in around 1875. The Noble family acquired the garden in 1905, and Sir John Noble began the Rhododendron collection in the 1920's. Lord and Lady Glenkinglas continued to garden at Ardkinglas until the mid 1980s.
An exceptional collection of Rhododendrons, some of the largest conifers in Britain and many other interesting trees and shrubs.