You’ve got to be really careful where you park.
When you park at Blm Campground, there are restrictions and the blM has a strict camping policy.
This is because it is a National Park.
The park’s rules are: No vehicle, equipment or animals within the park are allowed to be parked.
It is prohibited to have any kind of camping or campfire equipment or fuel or water in any of the areas.
It will be your responsibility to remove any and all equipment, fuel or fluids from your vehicle before entering the park.
No camping or camping fire is permitted at any of our campsites.
There are no tents allowed, tents are required and tents must be placed at least 5 metres from the nearest road.
A tent can be a very small tent.
It can be one person or a family.
A vehicle is allowed to park on the ground level.
There is no provision for any kind or type of camping equipment, or fuel, water, or camping gear.
It may be very limited to the size of your vehicle, but you are not allowed to carry any kind and type of equipment or materials in your vehicle.
Any person who is not wearing a helmet is also not allowed into the park and will be fined.
It’s not just the blMs rules.
You will be issued a camping permit, which is valid for the duration of your stay.
There will be an additional fee to cover the cost of the permit.
When your stay is over, you will be required to return the camping permit.
A camping permit is valid only for the length of your trip.
It must be returned when you depart the park to avoid a penalty charge.
It should be returned to the campground within 14 days.
This does not include the time you spend at the campfire, where it can be left unattended.
The camping permit cannot be used as payment for a hotel or hotel accommodation.
You must also comply with all regulations, rules and restrictions imposed on the park including camping restrictions, road closures and camping equipment.
You may be asked to leave the park by the National Park Service (NPS).
If you are in Queensland, you can contact the Queensland Department of Environment and Heritage Services.
Blm Park is open from sunrise to sunset.
If you have any questions, please contact the Blm Recreation Team on 1800 868 868 or email [email protected]
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