The Princetown Recreation Reserve is located six kilometres east of the 12 Apostles, adjacent to the Gellibrand River.
Offering powered and unpowered sites at very affordable prices, the Reserve does not require booking - just come and enjoy.
The busiest times are the Christmas / New Year period and Easter and Public Holidays. There is always ample space every other time of the year.
The Princetown Recreation Reserve and Camping is pet friendly and camp fires are allowed in approved fire bins.
The Princetown Recreation Reserve and Camping is the perfect central base for sightseeing along the Great Ocean Road. The 12 Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge, Melba Gully, Port Campbell and Otway National Parks, The Otway Fly, G.O.R.G.E Chocolates and The Great Ocean Walk are all within a few kilometres of the Reserve.
Fishing, hiking and canoeing are just a few of the activities that are enjoyed by people who camp at the Princetown Recreation Reserve.
Great Ocean Walkers can park their cars at the Princetown Recreation Reserve for a small fee of $5 per night with a maximum payment of $20.
Mobs of kangaroos are spotted grazing within the reserve and its surrounds most times of the year.
Powered and Unpowered
Powered sites are situated around the first quarter fence line of the oval. Unpowered sites cover the majority of the reserve and offer grassed, shady and open camping.
Map pins are available via the tab key in a list after the map.
You can pan the map with the keyboard arrows.