Visitors heading to Scotland's top tourist stop to enjoy the warm weather are being urged to 'find another place' if car parks are full.

Thousands of people are expected to head to Loch Lomond this week as the weather reaches up to 25 degrees.

The recent plea from national park bosses comes after some vehicles were seen blocking access, making it difficult for emergency services to access the national park.

Loch Lomond and The Trossachs yesterday tweeted: "Car parks across the National Park are especially busy today.

"If a car park is full, please find another place to visit and don’t block access.

"Blocking access is not only frustrating for others, but could also mean emergency services may not be able to get through."

It was also reported by Traffic Scotland on social media that people were stuck in standstill traffic for up to an hour as people were heading home from enjoying the bank holiday.