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over priced $29 for a powered site with no water and at amenities you need to pay for hot shower.
In camp kitchen no sink or hot water to wash up yet they expect you to keep bbq clean?No washing dishes facilities for campers anywhere...More
We camped only for one night but definitely will be back to stay longer.
The sites are very roomy with a fire pit. Plenty of fun for the kids the park was a favourite reasonably priced food and drink. The toilet blocks are very clean.
Awesome place to be if u love skiing camping n fishing highly recommended.... The park itself was so nice, dog friendly. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful. Water park kids loved every second and was a good laugh to watch.What a beautiful place with...More
2 Thank Shazz63
Response from LakeLyell, Manager at Lake LyellResponded March 6, 2018
Great to see you enjoyed your stay and we hope to see you again soon.
I just had a fabulous few days away at the Lake Lyell Recreation Park with my friends. We stayed in the Ski Lodge cabin, which was clean and tidy, and certainly big enough for the 5 of us.The staff at the Park were very friendly...More
What an awesome place. So close to Sydney but feels like you've left the hustle and bustle behind. This was our second time this year. Camped for 4 days at a cost of $78. Management are friendly and helpful. There are a few cabins and...More
Thank Jacqueline B
Response from LakeLyell, Manager at Lake LyellResponded October 4, 2017
Response from Rebecca E | Reviewed this property |
Hi, there is a swimming area, it does not have sand like a beach however it is not weedy either, it's quite stable and shallow. There were a few toddlers there on the day we were there, most had life jackets on just to be... More
Hi, there is a swimming area, it does not have sand like a beach however it is not weedy either, it's quite stable and shallow. There were a few toddlers there on the day we were there, most had life jackets on just to be safe too. Hope that helps.