Facilities at Lake Boga Caravan Park and activities around Lake Boga and Swan Hill can be found right here.
Lake Boga has long been a favorite place for watersports such as skiing, kneeboarding, yachting and fishing. Our park is right on the banks so you won't have far to go.
Your furry friend is welcome to come on holidays with you when staying at Lake Boga Caravan Park. Some of our cabins and all of our sites are dog friendly.
Feel free to BYO your own kayak and paddle around Lake Boga. Or hire one of ours for just $10 per hour. It's one of the most popular activities to do around here.
Your kids will love bouncing around on our inflatable Kangaroo Jumper. It's right in front of the lake so you can admire the view as well as keep an eye on the kids.
Life is more fun on wheels! That's why we have Pedal Karts available for hire so your little ones can zoom around the park. Don't forget the helmets!
One of the best things about holidays is cooking outdoors. Our BBQ areas are conveniently located right by the waters edge so that preparing dinner won't be a chore, but an excellent opportunity to socialise and enjoy the view!
Bad weather? Don't worry, you can still enjoy the great view from the comfort of our fully-equipped Camp Kitchen through the big windows.
Amenities and Laundry
With fun activities come dirty clothes, but fear not... Washing up is a breeze in our Laundry Room. So you can get back to having fun!
During your stay you'll love relaxing on the shores of Lake Boga. Bring a picnic for a memorable lunch or dinner then relax into an afternoon nap.
The Commercial Hotel
The local watering hole is a great option for lunch or dinner with traditional pub meals such as burgers, steaks and parmies. Open 7 days at 91 Campbell Street, Swan Hill.
The Lake Boga Yacht club sails most Sundays and are renowned for their annual Easter Regatta with well in excess of 250 yachts competing. It's a thrilling site to see!
The Cannie Ridge Pump
The stream driven pump was originally installed in 1903 at Long Long, adjoining Lake Boga supplying drought-stricken farmlands.