Nangar National Park is located on the Track West off Longs Corner Road. For two wheel drive access to camping site use the Cudel to Eugowra rd entrance. The horseshoe-shaped red silt-stone cliff-lines of the Nangar-Murga range are a landmark of the central west's rolling plains. The rocky slopes running down to Terrara Creek and rich forests form an important wildlife refuge in a landscape that has been largely cleared.
Camping is available at Terrara Creek 4.5 km into the park along Terrara Creek trail. Walks along the escarpment offer views out over patchwork farmland dotted with rocky remnants of natural bushland. Some areas of the park are accessible by 2WD during dry periods, but 4WD is recommended for reaching Mt Nangar lookout and in wet weather.
Best access is via the Eugowra-Orange road (turn off 10 km from Eugowra). The campground's central location makes it a good spot for exploring the park. It's ideal for bird watchers, bushwalkers and mountain bikers. You can also drive to Mount Nangar Lookout from the campground (4WD only).
Getting there: Approximately 15 kilometres east of Eugowra, turn off Escort Way onto a dirt road (you will notice a windmill and NPWS sign at this point). The entrance to the park is approximately 2.5 kilometres up this road. Terarra Creek campground is a further 4.5 kilometres from the park entrance.
Facilities: picnic tables, wood barbecues (bring your own firewood), non-flush toilets Campsite is accessible by unsealed roads usually fine for 2wd vehicle in the dry, but may not be passable after rain. On Escort Way, Terarra Creek campsite is about 4.5 kilometres from the park entrance. You can park a caravan, trailer, or a tent in this campground. There are a total of 5 campsites. A good central spot for exploring the park. You are not able to book these campsites - first come basis.