Opening Times: Year round
Kiosk or Cafe:Yes
Camping is a great way to get in touch with nature and increase your fitness while you enjoy a range of activites.
Whether you want to rough it under the stars in the outback or enjoy the comforts of home, (glamping), there's a camp ground to suit you.
MID NORTH COAST
Myall Lakes National Park
No bookings can be made here, first in first served basis.
Boasting the state's largest coastal lake system offering 40 kms of stunning sandy beaches, giant sand dunes and amazing wildlife.
Mungo Brush campground has wheelchair access and good facilities including flush toilets, picnic tables and barbecues. If you are feeling adventurous, smaller campsites such as Broughton Island are accessible only by boat but worth the journey.
Cost: $10 per adult per night and $5 for children. Off peak rates may apply and vehicle entry fees to the park are $7.
Kangaroo Valley is a lush river region that falls within the boundaries of the Morton National Park, one of the three largest parks in the state.
Kangaroo Valley Tourist Park offers both powered and unpowered sites. In terms of natural attractions, the park is home to a wide variety of native animals and you can experience the river up close with a kayak or canoe ride.
Cost: Unpowered sites start at $10 per person per night, and cabins start at $35 per person per night.
Wollondilly River Station
This park has been voted by NRMA Open Road as one of the top camping spots in NSW. It offers an authentic camping experience, bush camping. Pitch your tent by the river and catch some fish for dinner, go for a swim, explore the waterways by canoe or participate in a camp-oven cooking demonstration.
Cost: $10 per adult per night, $5 for children.
Photo courtesy of Wollondilly River Station http://www.wollondillyriverstation.com
I do hope that has given you more inspiration to book your camping trip. Please let us know when you go and be sure to give us your reviews.