Lasletts is a relatively large canoe campground on the northern side of the Glenelg River in the Lower Glenelg National Park.
When canoeing along the Glenelg River from west to east, Lasletts Canoe Camp isn’t too far past Sandy Waterholes and about 3-4 kilometres before Princess Margaret Rose Caves, you can even walk to the caves on a 5km trail that leaves from the campground.
Lasletts canoe camp is mostly grass with a few dirt patches that’s spread along the Glenelg River. There’s plenty of shade from the forest around the edges of the campground, most of which will get sun at some point in the day. The space in the middle of each grassy area will often cop sun all day with a bit of relief once it drops behind the cliff walls on the other side of the river.
As you enter Lasletts Campground from the jetty, there are two main areas with one being to the left and the other to the right. Both sections have fire pits and to the right, there’s a long picnic table a bit more shade than the area to the left.
There are well maintained and clean drop toilets at the back of the camping area. Next to the toilets is a large water tank and tap, handy for washing your hands, although it’s not suitable for drinking.