This is the place to visit whether if be for a couple of hours or couple of days free camping where you can take your jet ski, go water skiing or just enjoy relaxing by the lakeside. A place you can take your dog.
Greens Lake is a scenic place take time out from the hustle and bustle of city life. If you get in early you can pitch your tent or park up your van alongside the scenic lake….imagine waking up and looking out across the lovely lake.
About Greens Lake Recreation Reserve Campground
Greens Lake Recreation Reserve Campground is a very popular spot for water sport enthusiasts especially in summer or on long weekends. Whilst it attracts the crowds there is plenty of room for campers and day trippers.
Many bringing their dogs whom are welcome but must be kept on a leash. It’s a place for all ages to enjoy. From young kids who can float on the lake in their blow up inflatables to the big kids testing out their jet ski or testing out their skills at water skiing.
With an abundance of room for campers to find a spot so they are not right on top of other campers and for those wanting to camp with family and friends there is plenty of space. But as for all free camping grounds if it’s peak season or a long weekend/school holidays make sure you arrive early to secure your camping area to avoid disappointment.
Make sure you read the signs as to what areas camping is permitted, there are some areas where camping is prohibited.
7 Reasons I should visit Greens Lake Recreation Reserve Campground
- Boat ramp
- Great fishing spot
- Free camping
- Flushing toilets with showers
- Camp fires allowed – check the local fire restrictions
- Dogs allowed
- Picnic tables provided
Greens Lake Recreation Reserve Campground Location
- Greens Lake Rd, Corop Victoria 3559
- Approximately 180km, 2 hr 10 min from Melbourne CBD
- Approximately 50km, 37 min from Echuca
- Approximately 37km, 30 min from Tongala
Nearby Places we’ve explored
There are a number of places to explore nearby in rural Victoria. Below are some of the places we’ve explored. From silo art to historical towns or places to relax by the river there’s so much to see and do.
- Tongala Street Art
- Colbinabbin Silo Art
- Kyabram Water Tank Art
- Barmah National Park
- Balaclava Mines
- Waranga Dam
- Kirwans Bridge
Have you visited or camped in this beautiful free camping ground? We’d love to hear about your experience. If you have visited other free camping grounds that you think we’d enjoy please share with us your experiences.