Lake St Clair camping area

Camper trailer Camp kitchen Camping fee Caravan access Day use fee Disabled Dogs allowed Drinking water Gas/electric barbecue Hot showers Picnic area Picnic shelter Powered site Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Boat ramp Canoeing Fishing Lookout Sailing Scenic drives Swimming Waterskiing

Nestled in the foothills of Mt Royal National Park, 25 km north of Singleton, picturesque Lake St Clair is about 16 km long and has a storage capacity of 283 megalitres – almost half that of Sydney Harbour. It’s named for St Clair homestead, which was lost beneath the water upon the completion of Glennies Creek Dam in 1983. Ringed with vineyards and rolling green pastures, the lake provides myriad outdoor activities including fishing, boating, sailing and waterskiing. The camping area is on the lake’s eastern shores, on Bridgman Rd off the New England Hwy.

Contact information

Who to contact: (02) 6577 3370

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