Pumphouse Main Camp Area

Campground

3.4 from 12 users

Contact

Poatina Rd, Arthurs Lake, Tasmania

lindaj@email.com

Description

Arthurs Lake is Tasmania's most popular fishery destination, with more anglers than any other site. The lake is known for a great catch of wild brown trout (brown trout are the only species here) and large fish are frequently caught. Pumphouse Campground is managed by Bothwell Tourism Association and there is a caretaker on site.Sites are unpowered and suitable for caravans, motorhomes and big rigs. Toilet and coin operated shower facilites are available. Dogs are permitted.

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Location

Lat: -41.984955 Lng: 146.860774

User Reviews

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Greynomad

Is now open for the summer season. Friendly caretaker. Good fishing apparently!!!

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Tony N Jackie

Closed

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User 1872743

We stayed here as a stopover between Hobart and launceston. Was a great place lots of wildlife, clean amenities and friendly host. Would recommend

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User 1401217

Great place so relaxing caretaker and residents great split some wood for us for a fire and gave us a fish to us as we left for tea great place great people thank you

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User 1824677

Clean campgrounds. Great place to relax, with lovely locals and welcoming caretaker.

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mezza56

Unless you have a boat to fish not much here took kayaks there but not too appealing .

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User 812735

Great bush campground. Showers were great. Nice fireplaces. Lovely caretakers.

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WebbyAnne

We only stayed one night on our way to the west coast. The caretaker Onions is a great bloke and very friendly. Recommend if your looking for a place to chill for a while or get out and do some fishing.

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User 1338338

A nice spot, got a bit cold this week (980mts high). What lovely people the caretakers, Sylvia & Ian (aka: Onions) are. No phone signal, available a short walk to Flintstone. Camp is closed winter.

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ThevanvanVan

Good spots to camp. Toilet smells amazing (in a good way). Looked very clean for drop toilets. There are quite some long term campers.

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