Ariah Park Camping Ground - NSW RVFT

Private Campground - New South Wales

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Just 34 kilometres west of Temora, Ariah Park Camping Ground is situated in a quiet picturesque area adjacent to the golf course and recreation ground. The village is a short stroll away and offers 24 hour fuel, Cafe, Post Office / Rural Transaction Centre, pharmacy, supermarket and hardware store. Evening meals are available at Ariah Park Hotel, the Bowling and Recreation Club. 

There are 24 powered sites. Facilities include camp kitchen, free electric barbecue, stainless steel benchtops and sink, amenities block, tables and seating. Pet friendly. 

The Ariah Park Golf Club, Bowling Club and Tennis Club welcomes visiting players. There is a 25 metre swimming pool and toddler and baby pools. The village provides facilities for a range of sporting activities including tennis, netball, football, bowls, golf and swimming. 

Nearby attractions include Broken Dam walking trail with interpretive signs marking historic sites of the original Broken Dam Settlement, the recreational and picnic area of Lake Arbortree, bushwalking and birdwatching along the Mirrool Creek and National and State Forests within 30 minutes of the village.

CMCA User
 03/07/2018
Fabulous place to stay, $12 a night has Camp Kitchen, free washing machine. Power, Water beautiful clean showers and toilets I could go on and on. Beautiful Historic Town walking distance from Campground.

CMCA User
 06/08/2018
I have now stayed here three times and consider this is one of the best low cost destinations in my little black book of great places to stop for a night or two.

cmca.Coachmen
 05/10/2021
What a great place to stop for night, we arrived on a public holiday and only cafe open, rang caretaker and he met us in town, he was very friendly and knowledgeable of the area, we paid $15 pn for power and got keys to unlock for power and showers. $8pn unpowered site. The facilities were excellent, a washing machine available for use ( donation ), and camp kitchen had everything. The old buildings in town are wonderful, felt like I should be riding into town on my horse, they are well maintained, a credit to the people of Ariah Park. Should have stayed longer. Thank you

CMCA User
 20/10/2019
This is a quiet flat camping area next to the local sports oval. $8.00 for an upowered site and an easy stroll to the main street and pub. We picked a key to the showers up from the pub and spent what we saved on some beers. Good spot for a stopover

CMCA User
 05/07/2018
Spending the night at Ariah Park Recreation Ground NSW lovely little town. Great facilities lovely and clean beautiful camp kitchen and even a free washing machine if you need to use it, even clothes line.
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