Loch Freuchie is located near Dunkeld, Perth and Kinross, Scotland. The loch stands in a pastoral area surrounded by green fields and patches of woodlands. It offers the setting for pleasant walks for about 4-5 hours, in open countryside. The terrain is slightly rough in places, so attention is needed.
A small shingle beach offers a great viewpoint for watching the birdlife on the loch. Along the shores of Loch Freuchie you will find several sites of ruined communities, something consisting of houses and a mill, the home to 10-15 families.
Close to the south west shore near to Glenquaich Lodge there is a crannog (a man-made island), which has been planted with conifers.
Loch Freuchie is a trout-fishing loch.