Free State Forest Camp: Swans Crossing

Swans Creek Crossing

Popular with both the locals and visitors, this free camping ground is a NSW gem. At Swans Creek Crossing you will find a large open grassy area surrounded by native forest and hardwood plantations. This area is suitable for tents, caravans and campervans, however there is no power available. The nearby shallows of Upsalls Creek is a popular swimming hole and the camping ground itself is located in the Kerewong State Forest. Just a 20 minute drive from Kew (halfway between Taree and Kempsey) Swans Creek Crossing is a quiet and peaceful camping ground with sufficient facilities for a couple of nights stay. If you want to stretch your legs and explore, Longworths Tramway Heritage Walk is a short drive away and there is also a number of walking trails at the camp site.

Where: 16 km NW of Kendall
Toilets: Yes
Camp Fires: Yes
Pet friendly: Yes
Showers: No
Water: Yes
Power: No
Mobile Reception: No
Big Rig Access: Yes
Getting There: Turn North 4 km West of Kendall, off Kendall-Lome Road onto Upsalls Creek Road for 12 km (10 km on a dirt road).

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