This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair
A beautiful and serene location. Plenty of disabled parking (although the spaces don’t have loads of room at the sides of the vehicle for wheelchair transfer). We had no plans on arrival and were delighted to find that the path to RSPB was very accessible for a wheelchair (around 0.9 miles one way). Wide enough for all path users. Maybe it was just our good luck, but all other users of the path were super friendly and considerate. As was everyone at the loch side next to the visitor centre. Absolutely lovely wee jaunt out for the day and we’ll definitely be back to try out other paths (and maybe a water based activity).
Transport & Parking
The only issue we encountered was that someone in a wheelchair is unable to read the information, maps and history boards situated at the loch side. I think lowering the boards, simplifying them and making graphics (including font) easier to read would allow wheelchair users to engage more independently.
We didn’t use these facilities.
I telephoned the centre the day before and was given very clear and relevant information, and felt welcomed even before we arrived!