Urbenville Forest Park, Urbenville
This is a small free picnic and camping ground in the forest park on the town boundary. It is a medium size area with a combination of shaded and full sun sites. There is only a small old toilet block but it is an ideal spot to stay for a night or two and check out Urbenville. The old pub is worth a look.
Urbenville is a small village in the Northern Tablelands of New South Wales only 25km from the Queensland border. The towns iconic backdrop is Crown Mountain one of the many volcanic plugs found in the area. The Urbenville Forest Park is a leafy picnic and camping area located on the towns boundary. It is an ideal base to explore the natural attractions and history of the area.
Surrounding Urbenville you will find many waterfalls and swimming holes including the Tooloom Falls and Bean Creek Falls. Visitors can enjoy fishing canoeing and fossicking or exploring some of the interesting volcanic landforms close by.