Caravans and camping in the Macedon Ranges
Planning on caravanning or camping in the Macedon Ranges? Here’s the low down on what you need to know.
Kyneton Mineral Springs Reserve
Kyneton offers free overnight parking for up to 48 hours for RVs and caravans at the Kyneton Mineral Springs Reserve located at 200 Burton Ave. Limited spaces are available and are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Visitors are requested to only park in marked, signposted bays. There is access to toilets and potable water. A fuel station is located directly across the road where you can get hot coffee. Camping in tents is not permitted.
Have a question? Give our Visitor Information Centres a call for advice.
Free RV parking (for up to two hours)
The following sites offer free parking for up to two hours for Recreational Vehicles, for easy access to shops and services.
Mollison Street, opposite showgrounds.
High Street at the Visitor Information Centre.
Margery Crescent, off High Street near the Visitor Information Centre.
Aitken Street, East Services Road.
Melbourne-Lancefield Road (service road opposite the Council Service Centre)
High Street, near The Crescent
Treetops Camp & Activity Centre
Treetops Camp & Activity Centre is in a natural bushland setting located on Royal Parade in Riddells Creek. It offers camping facilities for over 500 people, eight powered caravan sites and access to self-contained cabins.
How to book
Phone: 0487097268, 0484097947, or (03) 54286756.
Wombat State Forest
Firth Park is an old sawmill site in the northern section of Wombat State Forest. There is plenty of room for free camping in tents, but limited space for caravans and camper trailers.
Address: Firth Park – Firth Road, Trentham East
The site is managed by DELP.
Lerderderg Campground is 5km from O’Brien’s Crossing on Upper Chadwick Track and has picnic tables, toilets and fireplaces. Fires are permitted only in the fireplaces provided. No bookings or fees. Camping is on a first come basis. Dogs on leads are permitted.
This site is managed by Parks Victoria.
Please note: No camping is permitted at O’Briens Crossing.
Camping is permitted at the campground. Amblers Crossing is 4WD or walk-in access only. Due to terrain and track surface this area is accessible in dry weather only. Campers should be prepared for a basic bush camping experience and be self-sufficient with drinking water. Carry water or know how to make untreated water safe for drinking. Walk-in bush camping is permitted in the Conservation Zone, but solid fuel fires are prohibited. No bookings or fees apply. Camping is first come basis.
This site is managed by Parks Victoria