Warner Glen Campground, also known as Chapman Pool, is a Parks and Wildlife managed camping and day-use area set in beautiful jarrah forest beside the Chapman River in the Blackwood National Park. You will find a small beach that is particularly popular with the kids, where you can swim or launch a self-propelled boat, kayak or canoe. Paddling 200 m downstream brings you to the the wide and calm Blackwood River. You can throw a line in from your craft or along the riverbank (be sure to check the regulations with the Department of Fisheries beforehand), or explore the short (10 minute) walk trail.
The campsites have fireplaces and picnic tables and sites are well-spaced apart. Sites are best suited to smaller camper-vans or tenting and are less suitable for anyone towing a caravan or boat. There are drop toilets and a shared camp kitchen with a shelter and barbecues.
The camping area is divided into an area for group camping and an area with 9 individual campsites. Bring your own drinking water and firewood (when fires are permitted). Dogs are allowed but must be kept on a leash due to animal baits in the area. Fees apply for camping; make sure you bring exact change (check the website for up-to-date fees). Generators are not allowed. Bookings are not taken. Camp hosts are often on site in the high season.