To access Laughing Jack Lagoon, head East from Derwent Bridge for a total of 20 kilometres and then turn right on the C602. Travel a further 9 kilometres where you will find the dam wall and 1 only small campsite located on the left-hand side of the road. If you head further along this road, you will find other camping sites around Laughing Jack Lagoon. Please note this is a pretty camping location, however, the track is a bit rough and more suited to a 4WD. To camp at Laughing Jack Lagoon, you must be fully self-sufficient - there are no facilities at the campsite. Please note the campground Laughing Jack Lagoon is popular with fishermen during the period Aug–May, being the trout fishing season for this lake. Laughing Jack Lagoon is signposted from the A10 highway. It is a popular trout fishing location for both locals and visitors alike. Campers can stay for up to 7 days; it is recommended that you bring a portable toilet, drinking water, gas/fuel stoves, food, and firewood. See also: Camping Lake King William, Camping Bronte Lagoon, Camping Lake Gairdner, Camping Butlers Gorge, Camping Tungatinah Power Station, Lake Binney Camping, Camping Little Pine Lagoon, Woods Lake Camping, Camping Lake Augusta
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