Lake St Clair Campground

Private Campground - New South Wales


Nestled in the foothills of Mt Royal National Park, 25km north of Singleton, picturesque Lake St Clair is about 16km long and has a storage capacity of 283 megalitres - almost half that of Sydney Harbour. For decades, Lake St Clair has been a recreational hot-spot offering year-round opportunities for adventure and of course, endless summertime fun.

Located on an easy 30 minute drive from Singleton along Bridgman Road, Lake St Clair is a water playground for locals and visitors- whether it’s to relax and unwind, or for adventurer’s looking to turn up the action.

During the warmer months, Lake St Clair is lined with boats stacked side by side vying for their slice of the waterfront. Utes, 4WDs and boats are filled with essentials - including portable shades, skis, BBQs and camp chairs to ensure a comfortable day out.

From dusk till dawn, skiers zig zag their way across the lake, dodging sailboats and fishermen trying their luck for Bass, Golden perch and Silver perch that Lake St Clair is famous for. Ski biscuits are a favourite for the kids.

Getting there: From Singleton travel north over the New England Highway Bridge. At the traffic lights approx 0.5km past the bridge turn right into Bridgman Road. Travel along Bridgman Road which flows onto Carrowbrook Road for 35km. A turn off to the left at 27km will lead to the dam wall at Glennies Creek, or continue for another 8km and you will reach the entry gates into Lake St Clair.

Lake St Clair boasts unspoilt provincial camping, including 11 powered camp sites and 38 hectares of unpowered camp space. There is a concrete boat ramp (accessible at all water levels), electric and wood-fired barbeques as well as toilets and shower block and camp kitchen.

Facilities include: 

  • 12 powered camp sites
  • 38 hectares of unpowered camping space
  • Concrete boat ramp (accessible all water levels)
  • Electric and wood fires barbecues
  • Toilets and shower blocks
  • Camp kitchen
  • Dogs are welcome providing they remain on a lead at all times. 

Visitor and camping fees apply. See Council's Fees and Charges Schedule on the website link provided.

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Powered Site (up to 2 adults & 3 children under the age of 16) $32.00
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Camping Site (up to 2 adults & 3 children under the age of 16) $24.00
Per Site, per night - from