Sandbar Park has absolute frontage to Smiths Lake with a 500m walk to Celito Beach. Sandbar offers camping and caravan sites, ensuite and non-ensuite cabins. Bushland Park is a campers paradise with sites for caravans and camping and it's just a 800m walk to Celito Beach. CABINS Ensuite Cabins (sleeps 5) - (1 x D, 3 x bunks). Facilities include a fully equipped kitchen and Foxtel. Linen not provided. Cabins (sleeps 6) - (1 x D, 4 x bunk), a fully equipped kitchen and Foxtel. Linen and blankets not provided. Smiths Lake offers fun for all the family with safe swimming, kayaking and fishing. Other activities are bushwalking and a challenging game of golf.

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Ben Hare

a month ago

100% highly recommend Bushlands and Sandbar for a perfect place to camp and chill out. we can’t thank the park manager Evan enough for his hospitality. After getting yo know him and telling our story why we were there for our mates 1year passed away reunion. They offered to make us a trophy from the park to give us as a special moment to to celebrate each year. we gave them 24 hours to make a trophy and they came back the next day with a trophy made out of a wood stump with a club mounted through the middle all minuted on a piece of wood with plaque. This kind gesture will never be forgotten and it for us to use as a momento to bring back every year to celebrate our best mate who passed away in 5 months due to melanoma cancer. Evan and Scott both made us feel very welcome and would be obliging in anything we did. Golf - just call the number at the tee off and he says tee off and he comes out in his quad bike to take money as you go around, it’s so relaxed and the great Australia way is being kept alive. We’ll be coming back for years to come! It’s our new go to relaxed camping holiday on the mid north coast. Camping, surfing, golfing, beers around a camp fire with your best mates... this is living. Cheers again for your great spirit and kindness MUZZA WOULD GO - reunion 2020 onwards Cheers Benny

Andrew Wise

a month ago

Wouldn’t recommend the swamp camping area. The first one on your left driving in. The area near the reception looked better, but more sterile like a big 4 caravan park. We stayed in the swamp area, huge party central till 4am. You know it’s going to be when there are 5 or more signs saying 10pm noise cutoff. The sites are smaller than they tell you. You’ll fit 1-2 tents and a car. Lots of the sites are very uneven and have huge roots - particularly 89/96. Probably fine for a camper or van. When we stayed there was no hot water for the showers, no toilet paper.

David Newell

a month ago

Evan and Staff where very accommodating - They spoilt are group with a custom Trophy for annual golf game to honour are Late mate Murray O. Fun place to bring kids etc 4wd on the beaches, surfing, fishing etc all stone throw from campsite.

Alexandra Talbot

3 months ago

I love this place even more every time I go. Always a different fantastic experience, so much to do and see on the lake. The cabins are good for feeling in your surrounds, and we love sitting on the side where you can see the lake and bush. Can’t wait to come back!!

Mitchell Bailey

2 months ago

Was a good place to camp, very close to the beach