The Old School House camping area

Camping fee Dogs allowed Drinking water Information No rubbish disposal Picnic area Picnic shelter Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Cycling Walking trails

On the Heysen Trail, this historic building in the north of the reserve sleeps 8 and has tent spaces close by. You’ll find it 9 km east of Williamstown, from Springton Rd. Book ahead, as access is via a gate.


How to book: Forestry SA Mt Crawford Forest (08) 8521 1700.

This campsite is located in Mount Crawford Forest

This sprawl of forest reserve an hour’s drive north-east of Adelaide is a favourite escape for walkers, mountain-bikers and horseriders. Both the Heysen and Mawson trails weave through these forests and there are numerous camping locations to choose from, including more secluded hideaways. As well as the reserve’s natural assets, it’s also on the doorstep of the famed wine regions of the Eden and Barossa valleys. If you’re horseriding, you’ll need a permit, and there is now a camp that caters for horses at Starkeys Reserve.

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