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Ormiston Gorge and Pound Review

Ormiston Gorge and Pound If you are into walking and exploring the the Ormiston Gorge and Pound is a place you will enjoy – but not during summer!! It will get very hot and you need plenty of drinking water. There are some great walking trails and if you happen to be there just after some major rains, it is even more spectacular. This has to be one of the most memorable places in the MacDonnell Ranges and one of our favorites. The Gorge is a relatively easy and fairly short walk from the car park. The cliffs rose up steeply and protrude above a cool, peaceful looking waterhole. There is a large sandy beach along one side of the water, with fascinating gum trees scattered around. The swimming hole is cold and refreshing, but not so cold that you can ‘t stay in for a good while. ...

Davis Mountains

Davis Mountains Texas Hwy TX 17. This is a nice picnic area pull off just outside of Davis Mountains. There is a bit of traffic on TX 17, and you are VERY close to the highway. Not for light sleepers. Texas allows overnight stays (36 hours if memory serves), but no “structures” are allowed (tents?). Of course, many of their picnic/rest areas have no toilets and this one was no exception. Accessible to most vehicle types. NOTE: This is a local party spot. The area is trashed. When we stayed there, three trucks pulled up and were apparently upset that we had parked in “their” party spot, honking their horns as they drove off. Flat: Yes FireRing: No Grill: Yes PicnicTable: Yes PitToilet: No FlushToilet: No PotableWater: No NonPotableWater: No RegistrationRequired: No

Meriwether Lewis Camp Site

Meriwether Lewis Camp Site Meriwether Lewis Camp Site: Milepost 385.9 on the Natchez Trace Parkway. This is a free 32-site NPS campground with a pioneer cemetery, picnic tables, ranger station, exhibits, restrooms, and trails. The site is wooded with RV pull throughs and back-ins, but there are no hookups or dump stations. Clay soil gets muddy when it rains. Maximum continuous stay is 14 days. Southwest from Columbia, TN, on US 412, then south on the Trace from US 412; or north on the Trace from TN 20 between Howenwald and Summertown, TN. As a courtesy, check in with the campground host. Other free camp sites are Jeff Busby at milepost 193.1 and Rocky Springs at milepost 54.8. More infomation at: Site Width (ft): 8 Site Length (ft): 30 Flat: Yes FireRing: Yes Grill...

Tolderol Game Reserve

Tolderol Game Reserve   Satellite Navigation Coordinate: -35.370297,139.136832 Location: Tolderol Road                   Tolderol                    SA Fees: Yes Access: Dirt Road Parking Area: Gravel Elevation: 2.5 meters Drive through sites: Yes Large Vans: Yes Power: No Toilets: No Dump Point: No Rubbish Bins: No Drinking Water: No Showers: No Shade: No Picnic tables: Yes Fixed Fire places: No Fixed BBQ’s: No Short Walks: Yes Fishing: No

Martins Bend Riverside Reserve Camping Area

Martins Bend Riverside Reserve Camping Area   Satellite Navigation Coordinate: -34.290599, 140.630289 Location: Riverview Drive                  Gurra Gurra                  SA Access: Dirt Road Parking Area: Gravel Drive through sites: No Large Vans: No Power: No Toilets: Yes Dump Point: No Drinking Water: Creek or River Water Showers: No Shade: Yes Picnic tables: Yes Fixed BBQ’s: Yes Pet Friendly: Yes Short Walks: Yes Fishing: Yes TV Reception: Yes Mobile Phone Reception: Mobile phone coverage is available depending on your carrier. Internet Access: Mobile

Rivershore Resort Bli Bli Review

Rivershore Resort is located at Bli Bli Just under 2 hour away from Brisbane and Just west from Maroochydore on the Sunshine Coast. With it being one of the newest caravan parks in the country you can imagine that this is a top class park and has definitely earned it’s title as a resort. With camp spots to suit every level of comfort and style Rivershore Resort has you covered and I would be surprised if you even left the Resort while you were on holiday. The Resort features what must be one of the best pool  areas in any caravan park in the country.  They thought about the design that is for sure.  The pool is extremely popular with everyone and surrounding it is the bar, restaurant and reception.  Parents can sit on deck and watch the kids play while having a cold drink or some foo...

Camping On Mt Tamborine

Camping On Mt Tamborine is a beautiful experience and the place to do it is oddly named Tamborine Caravan and Camping, it in the tourist area that is located just off Tamborine Mountain Road. The site itself contains several  activities including horse riding and Thunder egg mining. All of these activities are within walking distances of campers, along with tennis, basketball and volleyball courts. Tamborine Mountain Caravan and Camping Park is only minutes from Tamborine Mountain “Gallery Walk” with its many attractions, National Parks, craft shops and art galleries, cafes and restaurants and wineries.A freshwater creek is within walking distance of the caravan park and it has many swimming holes, a great place to cool down on a hot day. Open fires are allowed (in the designated areas), y...

Lake Macquarie Camping Review

There is so many options when it comes to finding the perfect Camp Spot at Lake Macquarie.  There is everything from Pet friendly to stunning water front Camping. Lake Macquarie Holiday Parks are located on the shores of the largest salt water lake in the Southern Hemisphere – between Sydney, Newcastle and the Hunter Valley Wine region. A haven for water lovers, Lake Macquarie Holiday Parks are in prime positions for boating, fishing, swimming and water sports. With plenty to see and do right on your doorstep, there is lots to love about Lake Macquarie. Join our forum and share some of your trips and tips. Some of the great places to stay are: Belmont Pines Lakeside Holiday Park is located on the shores of beautiful Lake Macquarie. Experience the breathtaking views and relaxing islan...

Camping At Barwon Heads Victoria

With a few options to camping at Barwon Heads (Victoria) offers such a relaxing atmosphere and at such places as Riverside Caravan park and Riverside camping area to name a couple you really are spoilt for choice and they all provide the opportunity for a bit of good old bush camping but right next to the water in Ocean Grove. With over 220 sites (all unpowered) located on the Barwon River side of the sand spit between Barwon Heads and Ocean Grove, no site is more than a minutes walk to the river beach or a couple of minutes to the ocean beach. Many of the sites are right on the river’s edge and many are shaded by native vegetation. Spectacular sunsets across the river estuary abound. To preserve the fragile coastal environment the Riverside camping area is only available for the six weeks...

Lane Poole Reserve Camping Review

Just 100 kilometres from Perth, the Reserve covers nearly 55,000 hectares, ranging from the steeply forested valley slopes and rock-rimmed pools of the Murray River near the Darling Scarp to the more open, undulating jarrah and wandoo woodlands further east. Tall blackbutt, jarrah and marri forest shades the river valley, and on either side of the river gravel roads lead to recreation areas. Popular camping spots include the site of the old jarrah mill at Nanga, burnt in the Dwellingup fires of 1961, and now sheltered by a grove of tall pines. See feature “A Town Like Nanga”. Nearby Nanga Brook flows down a trout ladder and into the Murray River. The Murray is the largest river in the Darling Plateau undammed for water supply. The river forms rapids, small waterfalls and deep s...

Mount William National Park Tasmania Review

Mt William features sparkling granite boulders covered with bright orange lichen, long sandy beaches and clear, blue seas. Located in Tasmania’s far north-east corner, the park is significant for the conservation of Tasmania’s coastal heathlands and dry sclerophyll plants and is a colourful place in spring and summer, when the park’s open grasslands are ablaze with fields of wildflowers in bloom. The Xanthorrhoea plant, with its grass-like skirt and tall flower spike, is common throughout the park. There’s an amazing diversity of animals here too, including rare Forester kangaroos, wombats, echidnas, Tasmanian devils, Bennetts wallabies and pademelons. Birds are particularly abundant, with honeyeaters, wrens, robins, finches and pardalotes found in the park. Yellow-...

Mitchell Falls Camping Review

First things first before i go on about the Mitchell Falls Camping Review, I want to say that the most popular camping area on the Mitchell Plateau is huge, yes huge! It is split into a “quiet area” and one that is suitable for generator use. As you can imagine the sites have plenty of room and thankfully every site is lucky enough to have a fireplace. There are toilets but no showers. Water is available from Mertens Creek. A drinking water collection point is located upstream, complete with steps and a bucket on a chain. Downstream, at the other end of the camping area, you can use the creek for swimming and bathing. Obviously no soap is allowed in the creek. There are sealed vault pit toilets and water is available from Mertens Creek. Water (collected at a point upstream) but...

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