Drymen (Scottish Gaelic: Druiminn) is a village of 850 inhabitants in the municipality of Stirling in Scotland. It lies west of the Campsie Fells, overlooking the Ben Goyne the east and Loch Lomond in the west. Queen Elizabeth Forest Park extends to the village. The entire area is part of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, the first national park in Scotland. Often stay walkers of the West Highland Way in Drymen. There are a few pubs and a supermarket. The pub The Clachan in Drymen indicates to be the oldest pub in Scotland and have family connections up to Rob Roy MacGregor. The majority of the population commutes to work in Glasgow, the rest mainly works in agriculture. Every year in early summer takes place agricultural show in the fields on the River Endrick.