If climbing on deck and hitting the water is a big part of your ideal holiday, then you'll need a park within close proximity to a body of water.
As a boatie, it's likely you can list a number of parks with boat ramp access near a lake, river or ocean, within easy reach of your usual travelling route. Or perhaps you hold a memory from a holiday long ago, of an idyllic waterside camp that you've been draming of ever since. Either way, we want to hear from you.
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The best boat-friendly holiday park is... 1. BIG4 Forster - Tuncurry Great Lakes Holiday Park
BIG4 Forster - Tuncurry Great Lakes Holiday Park says: "BIG4 Forster Tuncurry Great Lakes Holiday Park offers a holiday experience the way they used to be. Our accommodation range and sites for tents and caravans has something to suit all tastes and budgets and we love to welcome families with kids to play and explore. Travellers with pets are most welcome and will be thrilled with our facilities and welcoming attitude. Stay with us to rest and relax and make the most our many activities including resort pool, playground, TV room and library. Our stunning waterfront location is complete with two boat ramps and ideal for fishing and water sport."
White Albatross Holiday Park says: "At White Albatross Holiday Park we offer absolute waterfrontage sites and cabins complete with boat ramp and lagoon boardwalk so that our guests can enjoy our many facilities in the park, paddle a variety of watercraft in the lagoon or use our boat ramp to explore the Nambucca River."
Echuca Holiday Park says: "Sitting beside the mighty Murray River, the Echuca Holiday Park is the ideal base for your boating holiday. Set across 12 acres and surrounded by 40 acres of bushland, there is plenty of room for you, your family and your boat!"
North Coast Holiday Park Forster Beach says: "Stand at your doorstep and listen to the ocean. Watch the last of the sun’s rays sink behind Wallace Lake, as a school of dolphins swim past. You won't need to start the car when staying at North Coast Holiday Parks Forster Beach; everything is at your door. Walk down to the main street to find great shopping, clubs and restaurants or head to the patrolled surf beach directly adjacent to the park, with the surf club and café and the ocean baths at the southern end. This is the perfect location for the keen fishermen, the marina with boat ramp is situated directly next door and there is boat parking in the park. Coastal walks will take you to natural vantage points to view exceptional coastal scenes and look out for the migrating whales."