Places

Campsites

Blackwood Mineral Springs Caravan Park

13 Ratings

Features

Popular

  • Icon for Pets Allowed
    Pets Allowed
  • Icon for Toilets
    Toilets
  • Icon for Drinking Water
    Drinking Water
  • Icon for BBQ Areas
    BBQ Areas
  • Icon for Powered sites
    Powered sites
  • Icon for Showers
    Showers
  • Icon for Allows fires
    Allows fires

Verified listing

Photo of Manager

Manager, campsite manager, Anycamper since March 2019

This listing has been verified by the campsite manager and was last updated October 2023.


 


13 Reviews

Photo of Simon K.
Simon K.
5 years ago

I have stayed here about for times and have loved it every time. Brad and Jenny who run the park wold have to be nicest managers of any park that i have been too. The facilities are dated but would be one of the cleanest. There are rivers on either side of the campsite for a dip but these are always flowing. #eccreview.

Photo of Stephen E.
Stephen E.
5 years ago

Out of the way and quiet, this small park is intimate and has a sociable atmosphere. Large open spaces for big group camps. Lots of bush walking tracks and historic points of interest (Blackwood township) close by. Single night stays a bonus.

Photo of Nigel V.
Nigel V.
5 years ago

We recently enjoyed a wonderful break in the Trentham and Blackwood region, staying at the Blackwood Caravan Park. The park is situated on the creek and access to a soda and mineral water spring is literally meters away from the campsite. The amenities are clean. The Camp Kitchen is rustic (complete with open fire place) and so very fitting for this quiet and cozy park. The staff are wonderfully friendly and helpful. Aside to a small playground for the kids (standard equipment) this is the perfect park for a relaxing, quiet getaway. Oh, and the Blackwood Pub, within walking distance is worth a visit too.


Top Questions

Photo of Kevin
Kevin 1 year ago
Question:

Can you drive your motor home caravan in?

Answer:
Photo of Wonhee P.
Wonhee P. 3 years ago
Question:

Is a camp-fire allowed?

Answer:

Yes it is allowed if it is in a pit off the ground by Liz W.

Answer:
Photo of Aaisha k.
Aaisha k. 4 years ago
Question:

Is it paid park?

Answer:


Location

41 Golden Point Road,
Blackwood,
Victoria,
3458,
AU

Map of Blackwood Mineral Springs Caravan Park
Get directions

Details

Listing type
Caravan Park
No. of sites
33
Caravans
Yes
Management
State Forest
Phone
Website
Visit

Average temperature

January
L 13°C
H 30°C
February
L 13°C
H 29°C
March
L 11°C
H 26°C
April
L 8°C
H 21°C
May
L 5°C
H 16°C
June
L 4°C
H 13°C
July
L 3°C
H 12°C
August
L 3°C
H 14°C
September
L 4°C
H 17°C
October
L 6°C
H 20°C
November
L 9°C
H 24°C
December
L 10°C
H 28°C
Source: Meteostat

Closest

Chargefox (fast)

37.46 km

BP East Ballan Travelstop

19.04 km

Canoeing

29.36 km

Hippo Beach

92.75 km

Related lists

  • Top 10 campsites that allow fires near Fleurieu Peninsula, SA

    They say life is better around the campfire. And we could not agree more.  Over the years due to increase fire risk it's become a challenge to find great campsites that allow you to have a fire by your tent.  Please be a responsible Aircamper and brush up on your fire safety knowledge. Bushwalking NSW has a great article that'll give you the rundown on how to light a fire responsibly. Below we've collected some hidden gems near Fleurieu Peninsula, SA that still allow you to sit back, toast your feet and incinerate some marshmallows while telling stories about camping when you were a kid.

  • Top 10 campsites with showers near Mount Franklin, VIC

    Camping. Showers? Yes you heard us you can get out to nature whilst staying fresh and clean! Here are our picks of campsites with showers near Mount Franklin, VIC.

  • Top 10 campsites with showers near Meerkats, VIC

    Camping. Showers? Yes you heard us you can get out to nature whilst staying fresh and clean! Here are our picks of campsites with showers near Meerkats, VIC.

  • The top 10 coldest campsites in SA for May

Nearby locations


Nearby campsites

Map attribution

© Mapbox © OpenStreetMap contributors