I loved this place! Swam in the creek and the place is nestled with bush and just three other campers there. We took a walk to the gorge creek route that is signed and it was beautiful!
Sign said we couldn’t camp. I think there had been rain a few days before that may have flooded the road a bit.
Modest area that is grassy, secluded, and a very short drive from boulders. Just had long drops, but they were clean. Wasn't too busy when I was there, only 4 other cars. Zero sandflies, had a great time reading with the car open to the air.
May have difficulty accessing area during heavy rain. Light rain otherwise seemed fine.
Nice spot, easy to get to and peaceful with lots of birdsong. I can image it filling up over holidays times but I went midweek in dry weather and it was great! Would avoid in wet weather if you're tenting.
Nice idyllic place. Way to the campsite was ok with our big camper. Trotters gorge walk really good and with beautiful outlook!
Unfortunately no dustbins.
Small camp, but pretty and quiet with a creekside walking track at one end. Drop toilet and a couple of picnic tables. Closed during heavy rain due to flooding.
Nice quiet place in the forest with wet grounds. Not accessible after heavy rain. Only facilities are clean long drops.
Peaceful campground, resident chickens add character! Good but basic toilet. Some beautiful walks nearby. We came in with a big camper and were a little deterred by the description but no fording required and roads in fine condition. $6 each DOC honesty box. Beats camping beside the highway!
Basic DOC campsite. Toilets ok.
But not so many spaces if you arrive late.
Near a stream and at the start of walks.
Nice, quiet location - had fighting possums in the trees! This ground gets quite wet after rain so you need to look around for a dryish tent site. Vans should find it OK. Too many people leave their litter laying around - clean up around your site & help everyone out.
C P Lawrence
Good situation but wet, sloping ground.