Lake St Clair Tourist Park

Those adventurous types – who prefer sleeping out to sleeping in- can also enjoy the natural wilderness at Lake St Clair – up close and down to earth.

Bookings and More Info

Visit the Lake St Clair Tourist Park website to book campsites.

Camp Sites

Hikers have been visiting this area for decades, enjoying the day walks near the lake, or the famed Overland Track.  If you’re already carrying your own tent and sleeping gear, why not make a memorable camp nestled in the trees a stone’s throw from the water’s edge. There are powered and unpowered sites; and toilets and hot showers available in a shared amenities block nearby.

Campers booking unpowered sites should be aware that due to the Wilderness protection measures of the glacial moraine area, these sites have not been levelled, so uneven ground can be expected. For most campers it’s an understandable concession toward maintaining the wilderness in its natural state.

Powered sites are large enough to park a small or medium size caravan, but large caravans cannot be accommodated (sites are 9m in length).

Drumlin Bunkhouses

Bunkhouses at Lake St Clair Tourist Park provide basic sleeping accommodation in keeping with the style of the rustic timber huts of the Overland track, enjoyed mostly by backpackers and hikers whose modest accommodation requirements can be met with a simple bed and heated shelter.

Accommodating two or four guests in a twin or bunk-bedding layout, the huts have heating, and electric power and lighting.  Toilets and hot showers are available in a shared amenities block a short stroll away.

Bunkhouse guests also have access to a shared bunkhouse kitchen.  Here they might mingle with other hikers and share travel adventures or swap some great ideas for a day walk, whilst enjoying the comfort and warmth of the fireplace.

Bring your own sleeping bag or bedding for a bunkhouse stay, or we can provide bedding for a small additional charge.