Overnighting at the wheel is £10 a night. I would give them a call to check first incase its seasonal or price rise etc.
You can stay at the Wheel - £10 a night - toilet and showers beside the canal - wheel lit up at night, the night security guard leaves the gate unlocked if any motorhomes are staying. Its just park in any car park if its not too busy - if busy they'll tell you which one. Stayed two nights in October and cycled to The Kelpies along the canal.
Edit to add all year round.
I can't imagine why anyone would think Stirling or Falkirk were awful places to live. They are both pleasant places and with incredibly easy access to some of Scotland's beauty spots. Each to their own I guess.she said its an awful place to live
We hope to stop at the wheel on our trip next month, whats the best way to get to the Kelpies from the wheel, no bikes.I just came homeless than an hour ago. We parked up last night and asked if there was any specific time we had to be off by today. Was told no anytime.
I have to say it was well worth the £10 considering there is free toilets/ showers and water...and you get 10% discount on the boat ride.
It's only 25min from home but took 13 yrs to let mum see it. It's a true saying..
You just don't know what you have on your doorstep!