Located on the South-Eastern tip of South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula, is the perfect location to explore the wonders of the region.
A 2 and a half hour car trip from capital city Adelaide- it’s a great escape for a weekend away.
Talk a walk along the Salt Creek Bay and the tidal pool for an escape from everyday life.
You can also check out the mosaic rock art works on the mosaic walking trail!
The Troubridge Point lighthouse is another popular historic destination, and is a great spot to bring along the kids.
The Edithburgh Caravan Park is a great spot for a summer holiday winter retreat!
Offering executive spa cabins to pet friendly units- there is something for everybody.
Enjoy a day by the coast- whether fishing, boating or swimming- come back and relax with all the park’s great facilities.
You’ll be treated to modern amenity blocks, a camp kitchen, a laundry room and a BBQ area!
For the avid lover of fishing- there’s a fish cleaning station and boat washing facilities to keep you in check all through your trip!
There’s a large playground area, along with a jumping pillow, ½ basketball court, mega outdoor chess game to keep the kids entertained!
The park is pet-friendly, so you can bring your furry friends along.
Meet Sonya and Shane, who have owned the park for just over 15 months.
“We just love meeting different people- we’re very big on customer service here,” said Sonya.
One thing they love about running the park is listening to all the stories from the new people they meet.
“The families keep coming back and creating more memories, you have people who’ve stayed at the park for over 30 years now and keep returning because they love it,” she said.
Sonya and Shane pride themselves in their returning guests.
“Many guests return year after year ‘Making family and friends lifetime memories’ on the same site or cabin. Meeting wonderful people from all walks of life,”.
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