NUMBER OF CAMPSITES: 20
THE VIBE: 8
Located in the Angahook-Lorne State Park in southern Victoria, Lake Elizabeth is located just a five minute drive from the small town of Forrest. Lake Elizabeth offers all the benefits of a camping ground nearby a lake, including swimming and fishing. Be sure to take the time to walk down to the lake which is quite spectacular.
The Lake Elizabeth camping ground is very easy to access. The camping ground is located approximately 7km from the main road in the town of Forrest. The turnoff is quite well signed. The road into the camping ground is a gravel road and should only be accessed in drier conditions and is not suitable for caravans and camper trailors. There is limited access to the actual camping area during winter. Cars also cannot be parked at the individual sites.
The camping ground offers around twenty individual campsites. All the campsites are very similar but the best spot is over the walk bridge, up the hill.
Given the location of the Lake Elizabeth campground, it
offers numerous activities. Activities available for campers include fishing, kayaking, canoeing and swimming in the lake, which is approximately a 20 minute walk away. The lake is not suitable for any other watercraft given the track down to the lake is quite narrow. The area is also very popular for the cycling trails and local brewery.
Best Time To Go
Given the campground is located near the lake, it is recommended that the campground is visited during the warmer months. A section of the road leading to the camping area is often closed in winter.