Montagu Park campground is located close to the North-West Coast town of Smithton, and also is near Robbins Island Passage. The Montagu Park campground is app. 30kms drive from Smithton, through attractive rural agricultural land. This is a very popular campground, and is spacious, fairly flat, has good shade and also offers excellent fishing options and is perfect for families. A contractor appointed by the Circular Head Council is located as onsite caretaker to manage the Reserve. This caretaker has discretionary power to act on Council’s behalf to undertake the collection of fees and for the general management of the Montagu Park camping ground. The Caretaker collects camping fees from8:30am until 5.00 pm during the camping season. Camping fees are to be paid to the Caretaker upon request; alcohol is not to be consumed outside the immediate camping area. Unsociable behaviour and excessive noise is not tolerated, and offenders will be requested to immediately leave the camping area. The Montagu Park campground is suitable for all forms of camping from tents through to big rigs. All sites are unpowered. Camping is not permitted within 10 metres of shelters, toilets or barbecue areas. The long term occupation of any site is restricted to one family being immediate family members, ie. two adults and up to 3 children. Additional campers to the site will be required to pay the relevant fees. Pets are to be on a lead and under control at all times. Generators are permitted only between the hours of 7am to 11pm. It is important to note, camping is not permitted annually during the month of October to enable regular site maintenance to be carried out. There are a total of 46 sites catering for all types of camping – please note you need to bring your own firewood and water.