This free overnight road stop camping area at Campbell Town in Central Tasmania is a friendly attractive location next to the Elizabeth River and offers ample room for fully self-contained RVs. There are no facilities at the Campbell Town Caravan overnight free stop. However, it is only a very short walk to all services including toilets, an IGA supermarket, cafes, a newsagent, a Banjos Bakery, and a local hotel serving counter meals. This is a large grassed area that is capable of accommodating many caravans, campervans, motorhomes, and big rigs. Please note tent based camping is strictly prohibited; the area is monitored by the local council. All vehicles staying overnight at Campbell Town must be fully self-contained. There is a playground for the kids, a shelter, and a barbecue. If you have arrived off the Spirit of Tasmania and heading to Hobart, Campbell Town is a midpoint on your travel between Launceston and Hobart and is a great place to stop for a night or 2 to both relax but also explore the history of Campbell Town. The maximum stay is 2 nights. Campbell Town is a small town in Tasmania, Australia, on the Midland Highway connecting Launceston in the North and the state capital Hobart in the South. As at the 2006 census, the town had a population of less than 800 permanent residents.