Find camping and picnicking facilities at Spring Creek Sawmill and Samaria Well. There are also walk-in campsites at Wild Dog Falls Creek and Camphora. All sites have toilets and fireplaces, and all are free to use.
Creek water is available at most sites, but supply may be limited during drier periods. Make sure you bring your own drinking water.
Spring Creek Campsite is centrally located at the site of the Old Sawmill, and provides access to the Tramline and Summit Walking Tracks.
Wild Dog Creek Falls Walk-in Campsite is situated beside the Wild Dog Creek. This spot has easy access to the Falls Lookout and the Wileman Track.
Samaria Well Campsite can be found at the northern end of the park, and is situated beside Samaria Creek. This is an ideal camping site for the cooler times of the year, particularly in spring when the wildflowers are out.
Camphora Walk-in Campsite is centrally located along the Wileman Track and provides easy access to longer walks.
Things To Do
Rocky Point Lookout
Kiln Nature Walk
How to get there
Need to know
Sitting around a glowing campfire is one of the joys of camping, but with around ten percent of bushfires caused by escaped campfires, it’s essential to follow the rules and do the right thing.
Use this safety checklist before you light a campfire