To access the camping ground Granville Harbour, take the ferry at Corinna and head south along the road C249 for a distance of app. 15.5 kilometres. You will come across a junction to C252. Take this road for another 10 kilometres before taking the road marked to Granville Harbour (another 8.8 kms) Continue through the main stress of Granville Harbour and follow the track south along the coast - note, this track is rocky. You will find some good grassed camping spots amongst the tea trees. People travelling in 4 wheel drive can continue north along the coast to find a camping area on the beach Granville Harbour is much like the nearby beach and fishing area of Trial Harbour. Please note, there are no shops or facilities. This area is popular for swimming, camping, fishing, boating, bushwalking and 4 wheel driving (4WD). There is camping at Granville Harbour than at intervals along the Farm track as you head north. Most of these are extremely exposed to the incoming roaring 40s and you would want to pick your day. There is another campground at nearby Pieman Heads, that is located behind the dunes and offers protection from the wind. It is important to note that camping sports at Trial Harbour, Granville Harbour and Pieman Heads are not large and are first-come, best dressed. If all campsites are full, which is common over Christmas, Easter long weekends and some school holidays you have no choice but to head back to larger towns away from the coast. Granville Harbour is located some 30 kilometres along a sealed road which then turns onto a gravel road for a further 8 kilometres. Granville is a small fishing and holiday community. There are 13 unpowered campsites at Granville Harbour. See also: Camping Trial Harbour, Camping Julius River, Camping Pieman Heads, Camping Waratah, Camping Green Point, Camping Nelson Bay, Camping Manuka.