Camping Beehive Point
We have just spent the Easter long weekend spent camping and swimming at this amazing hideaway – Beehive Point in Kangaroo Valley. You can off-road down to it or canoe in and camp. There is definitely no service here, so plan on being disconnected.
There are a few smaller campsites around a little inlet on the east side of Beehive Point. Beautifully wooded, with lots of shade; though the ground has a bit of a slope (probably highly dependent upon water level). There are several possible sites in this location, most of which would only house one tent; though it may be reasonable for a group to pitch separate tents and have a common area somewhere.
Setting up a solid campsite with a part of our annex for the first time was fantastic. Being so close to the water obviously opens up a host of fun activities, so bring your kayak’s and floaties. There is a beautiful rope swing on the opposite side of the river and plenty of cliff jumping options around, also.
The boys (and girls) certainly loved the swing with the boys finding all the highest and best places to jump from. Additionally, back-flipping off a pink flamingo is a must do. 😀
Hayden had a lot of independent time to himself in his own kayak, and didn’t he love it. It’s a joy to watch them play in nature and love being outdoors.
To get here: drive north out of Kangaroo Valley Village on the Moss Vale Road. Just after Hampden Bridge turn left onto Bendeela Road. This becomes Jack’s Corner Road at Bendeela Pondage and then turns into a dirt road. Continue on Jack’s Corner Road until the end. Go around a locked National Parks gate and follow the fire trail about 100m to the campsite. Another great way to access this spot is by canoe.