Wagga City Council says it will take action against people who are exploiting rubbish bins at Wilks Park to dispose of household and commercial waste.
North Wagga resident Rodney Dunlop told The Daily Advertiser that he had seen people travel to the park specifically to drop off rubbish, leaving the bins overflowing.
"It's deplorable and it's just not acceptable," he said.
"The bins are always overflowing, even when there are only eight vans camping in the park and it would not be possible for them to create that much rubbish.
"It's not a good look for campers and grey nomads to see when they first arrive. North Wagga is a proud place and it's not a good look for us either."
Mr Dunlop said the overflowing rubbish out of two skips also posed a risk of attracting pest animals.
In response to questions around Mr Dunlop's complaints, a Wagga Council spokesperson said signs and CCTV surveillance would be installed in the park.
"Council is aware of rubbish dumping issues at Wilks Park and is taking a number of measures to address this," the spokesperson said.
"Under the Environment Protection Act, it is illegal to dump commercial waste. Offenders may be prosecuted under the Act.
"Council is in the process of installing signage and CCTV monitoring in the area. Council rangers will also conduct patrols in the Wilks Park area.
"Householders are encouraged to use the residential bins provided at their premises. If this is inadequate for their requirements, residents should contact Council."