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Taylors Arm Reserve is a fantastic low-cost campground in the tiny country town of Taylors Arm, and home to The Pub With No Beer.
With easy access, this campground offers a quiet, peaceful setting, 6 level sites and plenty of space for rigs of all sizes. Taylors Arm Reserve is dog-friendly and has an amenities block with toilets. You can use the hot showers over at the pub for a small fee.
Taylors Arm was originally not on our itinerary to visit, however the coast area was so busy over the Christmas period that we decided to head inland to escape the crowds and we are glad we did! This is a ripper of a spot to pull up for a night or two, and even during the busy season, there were only 4 other campers here.
Please do not drive directly across the sports ground/oval – the sign at the entry to the reserve clearly shows the camping area around the edge of the oval on the left as you enter.
Taylors Arm is 27kms west of Macksville – an approximately 30-minute drive – on the Mid-North Coast of New South Wales.
Address: Taylors Arm Road, Lower Taylors Arm, NSW
Wikicamps link: https://au.wikicamps.co/site/67286/30767629
Cost: $5 – donation can be left in the box at toilet block
- 6 unpowered sites available
- Showers at the pub (small fee)
- Non-potable water
- Picnic tables
- Telstra phone reception
- TV reception
- Suitable for 2WD, caravans, camper trailers, motorhomes, buses and tents
The Pub With No Beer
Across the road from Taylors Arm Reserve is The Pub With No Beer. Predating 1903, this character-filled pub has walls lined with memorabilia, while visitors can also enjoy tasty meals from the bistro or one of the many beers on tap.