Camping Myrtle Park Tasmania

This campground in Myrtle Park Tasmania is is located in a large area of open grassed and wooded area on the banks of the St Patricks River. It offers unpowered sites and good amenities, and is suitable for large caravans, motohomes and big rigs. There are barbecures onsite and takeaway food is available nearby. Myrtle Park is Located kilometres 35 kilometres from Launceston and 30 kilometres from Scottsdale. The campground Myrtle Park is very popular with locals. This attractive camping area is set alongside the St Patricks River in the small town of Targa, being app. half way between Launceston and Scottsdale on the Tasman Hwy (A3). All the family will enjoy the playground, ample grounds to run around in and a game of tennis. There is a small kiosk on site, but it is recommended you take your own food. Bookings are recommended for those wanting to reserve a site with a fireplace. Free hot showers, free electric barbecue. Fires are allowed in existing fire places or in firepots; firepots are available for hire from the onsite caretaker, however make sure you check local fire rules as bans may be in place. There are a total of 50 campsites at Myrtle Park.

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CAMPSITE DETAILS
  • COSTS
    ADULT
    CHILDREN
    FAMILY
  • charges apply
    From $10 p/nite

    NA
  • BOOKINGS
  • YES
  • AMENETIES
  • YES
  • maximum stay
  • 7 nights
  • Powered sites
  • Yes
  • RANGER ON SITE
  • YES
  • Contact No.
  • (03) 6399 3368
  • Fresh Water
  • Yes
  • Dogs Allowed
  • YES
  • National Park
  • NO

38250 Tasman Hwy, Targa TAS 7259

Mrytle Park campground is a great low cost camping area maintained by the council. Facilities are generally very good, are modern and clean and you generally find a good family atmosphere where the kids can run around and have a great time. There are excellent opportunities for swimming in the adjacent river however it isn't recommended during cooler months as the water can be very cool. If you are a fisherman, pack the fishing rod as there are good opportunities to catch a trout in the St Patrick's river. Kayakers will enjoy this campsite at Myrtle Park.

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