Glen Cromie Reserve

Caravan Park

4.3 from 27 users


Glen Cromie Caravan Park is ideally located around 100 km's from Melbourne and easily accessed from the Monash Freeway it is the perfect place to relax and unwind. Set on 35 acres in a secluded valley with the Tarago River running gently through the park you can just sit and listen to the peaceful sounds of nature. Set in a valley the park is surrounded by majestic, towering gum trees and stunning tree ferns. The park also has its own bushland walking trails with stunning scenery with an abundance of bird and wildlife. On offer are a number of options for your stay, including tastefully renovated ensuite cabin accommodation (one of which is dog friendly - strict conditions apply), our large onsite caravan and flat grassed riverside and standard powered and unpowered sites. We offer standard park facilities including a fully equipped laundry, baby bathroom and a number of amenities blocks for your convenience. We also offer a well stocked kiosk to cover you immediate needs. Glen Cromie is also well known as a Day Park due to its idyllic location. A day visitor fee is applicable to all visitors. We also have 5 large Shelters available for hire, perfect for that family picnic, school, work or social group gathering. There are also a number of electric BBQ's placed around the park.

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Lat: -38.074463 Lng: 145.893715

User Reviews


Popped in for 2 nights after finding the free camping in the area was full. They were full at the time (sites that you wouldn't get bogged in) but setup a space for us to stay just outside the normal park area. Very accomodating, very lovely staff. I see people have scoffed at the price however $45 a night for my wife and I plus 4 kids is a bargain, also they were full at that price (supply vs demand) Other bigger parks may have flasher facility's and more of them, but they also aren't as beautiful, can't have it both ways. Will defiantly refer to friends and family. Optus coverage was all good there also.



Very friendly staff, went out of their way to help, tolerant of my ranting about traffic en-route. Sites are acceptable, but showing their age a little, but none the less functional. Site is a little slice of the deep bush with clear river and abundant wildlife. Suspension bridge out back over river leading to bushwalk. Popular place and I can see why. Edit: also discovered shower heads are detachable with hose. First time I have seen these at a campsite - extremely welcome. Also carry a torch if you take your time like me as auto lights turn off after time.


User 2063624

Went to visit my daughter that Glen Cromoc Park ,and was fronted with a charge of 4 dollars each,This is totally not no Max


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