The Rye foreshore camping reserve has a prime position along 2km of white sandy beaches and turquoise waters, with 174 sites.
Facilities include shower and toilet blocks, grassy areas shaded by large trees, kids’ play areas, barbecues, boat launching ramps close by and Rye village just over the road.
The Rye Foreshore reserve is managed by the Shire.
Foreshore camping is available from the last weekend of October just in time for the Melbourne Cup weekend to April. Camping outside these times is not permitted. The foreshore camping grounds offer both powered and non-powered sites for caravans and tents.
Most of the sites with water views are already pre-booked for the entire season. Very few if any site are available during peak season. The few sites available in off-peak are close to the highway, or sandy or not level. Not all sites have access to water taps. Despite what the description says there are very few large or shady trees. Sites are irregular shapes and sizes, and are not well marked. BBQs and playgrounds are several hundred metres away, in the public day-use areas. Prices are now too high for what you get, particularly in peak periods.
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