The Coxs River Campsite is one of four campgrounds along the Six Foot Track, a 44km multi-day bushwalk in the Blue Mountains, NSW. The campground is grassy and pleasant, while the Coxs River is great spot to go for a swim after the hike in.
If walking from Katoomba on the Six Foot Track and taking 3 days (the most popular itinerary), you'd spend your first night at Coxs River Campsite and your second at Black Range Campsite.
Quick guide to camping at the Coxs River Campsite
Bookings and cost: The Coxs River Campsite is a free campsite and bookings aren't required
Getting there: The campsite sits on the Six Foot Track, 15.7km from the Explorers Tree, Katoomba, or 29km from the Jenolan Caves.
Facilities: Toilets and a water tank. You could drink the water from the Coxs River, but should boil or sterilise it first
Cooking: Campfires aren't allowed so bring a camp stove
Public transport: The nearest train station is Katoomba, near the start of the Six Foot Track.
Mobile phone service: None. But who needs a phone when camping anyway?
Best nearby pie: Bad news - this campsite's remote and there's no pie nearby. Better pack your own...
If you fancy a bit of luxury after your hike in, the Six Foot Track Eco Lodge is only a couple of hundred metres away and has been known to serve drinks to thirsty hikers.
We last visited Coxs River campsite on 25 April 2016.