By public transport:
Stirling is the nearest train station. The bus station is next to the train station. From there, take the No. 59 bus to Blair Drummond. Camphill Blair Drummond is a 15-minute walk from the bus stop. Follow the signs to Cuthil Brae and the caravan park, and then follow directions below.
From Stirling, take the A84 towards Callander. Approximately ¾ of a mile past the entrance to the Safari Park on the right, turn right signposted to Blair Drummond Caravan Park and Cuthil Brae.
Pass the caravan park on the right and continue straight on, through the gate and over the cattle grid. Continue on the tarred road following the road round to the right at the junction with the gravel track until you come to the Camphill Blair Drummond sign.
Enter the gate, drive over the cattle grid and bear left to the main entrance.
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