Found this caravan park and loved the rustic charm. Very treed and quiet. Loved being able to have an open fire too, which is not the usual in caravan parks. Close to the lake and some very pretty spots to sit and enjoy the amazing sunset. The amenities were extremely clean and the shower water was hot-very important. Camp kitchen spotless. Price for powered site was very reasonable. Ray who checked us in was very chatty and helpful- we will definitely be back.
My father passed away and we had to cancel our trip , which included coming here. Because of the nature of the cancellation all other places gave us a full refund apart from the Loch Sport Caravan Park. The manager was quite rude and abrupt. Would NOT recommend.
Pre-Christmas, this was a quiet visit for 2 nights, staying in a cabin. The location, near the waters of the east Gippsland lakes and adjacent to Victoria's Ninety Mile Beach, was pleasant, with a sense of being well away from unwelcome commercial kitsch. The cabin's basics were good, but with insufficient space for a family of more than 3 (despite offering sleeping room for up to 5). Some "small essentials" (for food preparation, dish washing, insect repellent, etc) were lacking. Also, the local plague of mosquitos inside the cabin and around the town generally (said to be due to inadequate Council spraying) made an otherwise enjoyable visit rather disappointing.
Quiet and peaceful location. The owners are very friendly and welcoming and it is a very quick walk to the beautiful lake Victoria. Just need to watch out for kangaroos as there are many.. They have powered and unpowered sites for you to choose
Park is fairly old along with the facilities but is clean and maintained ok. Is in a magic spot on Lake Victoria (would fill up in peak times). Beautiful spot in Gippsland, somewhat isolated but that is its beauty. Small Supermarket in town, Bakery, Fish and chips and coffee shop that's pretty much it. Looks as though the property boom is catching up with the place as new homes are sprouting up everywhere. Quaint old fishing village for not much longer perhaps. Worth a visit for a few days at least but as I said avoid the peak season (probably).