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We went here to do the circuit walk. The signage isn’t great and we got a bit confused which way to go for some of it. No great views or anything. Wouldn’t recommend to make a special trip out here for scenery, but if you...More
Entering the volcanic crater takes one bck to a time when this countryside was born. The countryside is abound with pumice stone, volcanic rock. The camping ground is surrounded by steeply rising edges that reach to the sky. This is truly a haven of solitude,...More
The drive up to Mount Franklin gives every indication of the views that can be expected from the mountain peak. The camping area looks great and sits within the extinct volcano. There is a 1.7km circuit trail that takes you to the peak of the...More
Took a drive into the crater. Facinating to be able to be inside the crater. Ever all campers looked like they were enjoying the serenity of the area. Stunning views on the way up/down. Very easy to get to.
My husband and I were passing through the area, and since we love lookouts, we decided to try this out. The short drive into the reserve led into the caldera of the extinct volcano, which is now a good camping ground ideal for families. We...More
We drove into a large clearing camping area which we assumed was the crater, then had to climb up along the path to the ridge of the volcano and walk around its top but because of trees you had no views and had to use...More
This is the site of the historic Mt. Franklin volcano. It's a great place for camping without any modern facilities. It's quiet, cool in Summer and so very cold in Winter. There are many bush animals for the children to see and walks in the...More