What other say:
Fantastic bush camping with lots of private space yet still provided with fireplace, toilet and taps, birds and trees were lovely. Facilities in the main section were great, massive camp kitchen, handy showers and the best part was the splash pad, which as far as I am concerned, is not just for kids! Fun way to cool off at the end of a long day, well worth the $20 a night and they let you stay till 5 pm the next day too. Lake is massive and suits boating and fishing, even at only 25% capacity. Bring your skateboard and scooter for the little skate park, and tennis rackets for the tennis courts. Just make sure you wear shoes against the massive prickle bindi burr things. We also enjoyed watching the magpies attack the seagulls while we had our shady lakeside picnic. Be aware the little shop is only open around weekends so bring all the food you will be needing.
We did a bush camp next to the lake on a quiet Tuesday night. There were no other campers in sight, so it was very quiet.
The manager was very welcoming and helpful, especially in the morning when our campervan got bogged, following a night of rain.
He kindly got one of his staff to fetch a tractor and pull us free.
Note, large campervans and modest amounts of rain make bush camping more hazardous than you might think.
My family and I love this place, absolutely beautiful. There is a mini water park, Lake Keep It, clean amenities, glamping options, cabins, powered sites, non powered sites, dogs are allowed... what more could a park give you? 10/10 for me.
Wicked place friendly staff with a great spot to see the lake can't wait to go back and enjoy a boat ride round one day
Great spot! Would recommend to have a stay here.