Lake Keepit's team has upped the ante of its land-based activities, with visitors now able to have a ride around on new pedal karts.
Reflections Holiday Parks has introduced a variety of new activities at its parks, including Lake Keepit, to offset the effects of the drought and lower dam levels.
The park has also recently refurbished its BMX track, providing another option for visitors.
Lake Keepit park manager Leith Smith said while the water activities were fun, there was still plenty of land-based activities that visitors could enjoy.
"With the karts it's a family outing, there's even double pedal cars. People can [also] use our other attractions like the BMX track, full-sized tennis courts, volleyball court, and more," Mr Smith said.
Mr Smith said the pedal karts were $5 per hour on top of the entry fee into the park, but those staying in the accommodation were able to use them for free.
Reflections Holiday Parks chief executive officer Steve Edmonds said parks like Lake Keepit were "important places for rest and recreation ... [so it was] vital that we challenge ourselves to find innovative solutions to create a range of visitor experiences".
"Our purpose is to ride out this tough time with creative ways to encourage communities back to our parks and to continue to upskill our current staff and give them opportunities to learn like those who live near big cities," Mr Edmonds said.
"Our inland parks throughout country NSW are staffed by warm-hearted people, including local farmers, who love rural country life and we will be seeking funding opportunities through the NSW government to continue to invest in our parks and our people."
Lake Keepit, along with Reflections' eight other parks, will also be holding a stargazing evening in November so visitors see the country night sky in all its glory.
Mr Smith said professional astronomists from Tamworth Regional Astronomy Club would be explaining the stars and constellations to visitors.
"We've got clear skies because of the drought so it's good to take advantage of it. I grew up in the country and I moved to the coast and cities, and you forget what it's like and when you come back you see how amazing the country sky actually is," the park manager said.
More information is yet to be released about the stargazing event, but Mr Edmonds said they would also involve "music and tales by the campfire".