Image copyright LLTNP Image caption The new camping permit areas are shown in orange The park authority said it had provided more than 300 camping and motorhome places in the new zones. It said the by-laws cover less than 4% of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. The new by-laws, which were approved by the Scottish government last year, follow similar legislation introduced to east Lomondside in 2011. Those flouting the by-laws face being reported to the procurator fiscal and a potential fine of up to 500. Image caption Gordon Watson said enforcement was "very much a last resort" Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park chief executive Gordon Watson said: "Enforcement is very much a last resort if people are unwilling to comply or they are causing unacceptable damage or disturbance in the area. "If someone puts up a tent, they don't get a criminal record. "If they're putting up a tent in somewhere that isn't designated for camping, a ranger may approach them and say unfortunately this isn't a place you can camp, but here are all the places you can camp. "The presence of the by-law means that people know that there is a recourse if they refuse to comply. "Camping by-laws have been in force since 2011 in east Loch Lomond, I think in only one or two cases has there been a formal report in all that time." The camping places will be a mix of informal campsites and permit areas. Campers will also be required to bring their own firewood. Image copyright LLTNP Image caption The by-laws aim to combat antisocial behaviour in the area Mr Watson said: "Some of the loch shores that are very accessible from public roads are very popular for camping.
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