Devil Cove Camping Area
Devils Cove is one of several scenic camping spots in the Fraser Camping Area, Collers Bay, Lake Eildon National Park Victoria Australia. Sites here must be pre-booked via the Parks Victoria website.
- Lakeside Camping Area
- Candlebark Camping Area
- Taylors Creek Camping
- Camping Mountaineer Inlet Lake Eildon
- Camping Coopers Point Lake Eildon
- Bush Camping O’Tooles Campsite
- Delatite Arm Reserve Camping
- Camping Jerusalem Creek
Visitors can walk the fairly easy and relaxing 3.5-kilometre walk around the bay to the Lakeside Campground. East of Devils Cove is Merlo Lookout which is named after an old homestead that once stood in the area but is now submerged in the lake. It makes a dramatic reappearance when water levels are low.
Lake Eildon is used for many recreational purposes including swimming, fishing, waterskiing, canoeing and kayaking. The tracks in the surrounding forest are popular with avid bushwalkers and mountain bike riders. No camping fees are levied at walk-in and other sites accessed without a vehicle.
Devil Cove Campground 1 is 11 metres wide by 9 metres deep. Lakeside Camping, Candlebark Campsite and Devil Cove make up the Fraser Camping Area. This camping area lake Eildon offers full amenities including flushing toilets, hot showers, free gas barbeques, shelters, picnic areas and boat launching facilities. All sites are unpowered, the max persons = 6
Devil Cove Campground number 2 and Devil Cove Campground Number 3 are 9 metres by 8 metre and 9 metres by 7 metres respectively.
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