The park is located within a well-established and popular holiday area which offers all the best of Scotland. Essentially, there is something for all ages and interests in the area first made famous by Robert Burns, Scotland's national poet.

The park is situated just less than 8 miles North West of Aberfeldy and 17 miles West of the highly popular tourist town of Pitlochry. It is surrounded by areas of the Tay Forest Park and situated almost equidistant between the Cairngorms and the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Parks.

The park’s secluded location provides huge scenic advantage. It nestles at the foot of Dùn Coillich - set in a peaceful and picturesque glen location close to Glen Lyon - often described as the longest and loveliest glen in Scotland. This small site is fringed by an established deer park containing over 50 red deer and has a trickling burn running right through its heart. Dùn Coillich is home to over 70 species of birds, including golden eagles.

As well as the abundance of opportunities to relax, the park offers the opportunity to roam amongst the deer and low-lying hills or climb Schiehallion itself – accessible directly from the site. The area has an abundance of walking, fishing and cycling trails close by; and just 6 miles west of Aberfeldy is Loch Tay; the largest loch in Perthshire and a popular playground for sailing and water sports enthusiasts.