HE calls it god's country but according to good-doer David Simpson, Glen Davis Campground has been neglected.
"No one's been looking after it so I've been working down at Glen Davis out of my own free-will," he said,
Mr Simpson visited the site to mow the whole campground with a push mower, cleaned the toilets and showers and made gardens.
"I did it for all the campers and I made the name 'Glen Davis' out of rocks with shale to make it more inviting for the campers and community," he said.
Mr Simpson said he has been thanked by tourists and there had been an influx of campers in the area with word getting out on social media.
"I've shared all of work to the Capertee Valley ads Facebook page and Camping Australia Wide.
"I feel better being able to do something for others and it gives me Aussie pride," he said.
Lithgow City Council's director infrastructure services Jonathon Edgecombe said the campground was a crown reserve and Council staff were responsible for its maintenance.
"We are maintaining it but it's a very remote area and our resources are thin, we don't get down there as often as we'd like to but we do make sure the bins are emptied," he said.
He said there had also been an unprecedented demand on Council assets post-Covid with people visiting the area to get away "from the concrete jungle of Sydney".
Mr Edgecombe said he appreciated the volunteered time of Mr Simpson.
"We appreciate the pride of the community and volunteers like David," he said.
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