Police closed a road in the Trossachs earlier after an overload of parked cars made the area unsafe for drivers.
Officers made the call to shut off the A821 at Duke’s Pass because of the volume of traffic in the area.
Drivers have been urged to avoid the area, with police asking people to use their judgement and not flock to beauty spots during the weekend.
Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park said the specific area affected stretched between Glen Finglas and Three Lochs Forest Drive.
A Police Scotland statement said: “We can confirm that the A821 at Duke’s Pass has been closed due to the volume of traffic in the area.
“A number of vehicles have been parked at the roadside, making it difficult to pass safely.
“Officers are currently managing traffic in the area and are liaising with the local authority. Drivers are urged to avoid the area at the present time.
“All drivers are urged to park considerately and safely at all times, ensuring that their vehicle does not cause an obstruction when left unattended or put other road users at risk.
“Police may require to uplift vehicles that are left in a dangerous position causing a risk to other road users.
“We recognise that people have made significant sacrifices recently but we would ask people to use their judgement and avoid places which are busy to prevent beauty spots such as this from becoming over-crowded.”
Traffic Scotland’s latest update said Duke’s Pass remained closed at 3.40pm.