Camping at Narawntapu National Park, formerly known as the Asbestos Ranges, is a popular activity in Tasmania noting that there are several different camping options to choose from in the park Being Springlawn, Koybaa , The Horseyards and Bakers Point. As it is a National Park, dogs are strictly prohibited and you must have a valid National Parks Pass. There is an onsite information centre and rangers patrol the area on a regular basis. As well as being a popular camping area, visitors travel to Narawntapu for bushwalking, to spot wildlife including wombats and Forester Kangaroo, to go fishing and to simply relax. Each camping area t Narawntapu is different in its own right. The Horseyards, as the name indicates, allows you to camp with your horse and where you can go horseriding. Springlawn is suited to caravans, campervans and motorhomes and is immediately near the Visitor Centre and has excellent facilities and powered sites. Koybaa is more of a bush style camping but is also immediately next to the beach and where you can fish – the facilities are more basic but still OK. This is the only section of the camping areas at Narwntapu that allows generators. Bakers Point is more suited to family style camping. A self-registration system operates at the Narawntapu National Park campground for campers arriving after hours and is located at Springlawn Visitor Centre. Campgrounds have hybrid septic, chemical toilets; a number of campsites within each campground have picnic tables. Be careful of snakes that are common in the area during warmer summer months.