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Rivers-Edge Wilderness Campground

6 Ratings



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6 Reviews

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7 months ago

Huge sites! Firewood for sale on site, office has nice selection of emergency supplies, clean toilets, each site comes with fire pot. Due to large sites bring long extension cord so you have good choi... Read more

Photo of Sam
1 year ago

I love this campsite. Going back in February. I would say quite but we had a few cars go past with a noisy engine at 12 through to 2 in the morning.

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Megan S.
2 years ago
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Millie W.
3 years ago

Beautiful campsite run by super lovely and accommodating people. Really large grassy sites with fire pits just next to the river. Firewood available for purchase. Different choices to suit an array of... Read more

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Steve W.
3 years ago


1322 Lonnavale Rd,

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Listing type
State Forest


BP Huonville

13.84 km

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