The beautiful Clare Valley is one of South Australia’s top tourist attractions. With fantastic wineries, superb scenery, quaint historic villages, and plenty of fascinating things to see and do, it’s no surprise the Clare Valley remains a South Australian favourite. Although there’s many great hotels and B&Bs in the area, Clare Valley camping is the best way to experience what Clare has to offer. So, let’s have a look at the top caravan parks in Clare and the Clare Valley.
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Clare Valley Caravan Parks
1. Discovery Parks – Clare
Best known of the Clare Valley caravan parks is Discovery Parks – Clare, located on the Riesling Trail just south of Clare itself. This large and spacious caravan park is one of the biggest and best-equipped in the Valley, with accommodation options including powered and unpowered sites (with pets welcome!), plus cabins in a variety of sizes, from couples to larger families. Clare Valley Discovery Park also features a swimming pool, Wi-Fi, kids’ playground and jumping pillow, plus a handy bike rental service for cycling the Riesling Trail.
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2. Clare Valley Cabins
One of the great attractions about Clare caravan parks is staying in a tranquil area, surrounded by beautiful scenery, and rolling vineyards. And one of the best places to do that is at Clare Valley Cabins, tucked away in a secluded area of Stanley Flat. With easy access to wineries and the Clare Valley’s best attractions, it’s an excellent place to stay. There’s a range of luxury 2-bedroom cabins on site, each fully equipped for a relaxing escape – including a log fireplace, perfect for those cold nights. Or, you could go for the White Hut Chapel, a fully renovated 1860s sandstone chapel. Facilities on site include a playground, games shed, and rental bikes, plus well-behaved pets are also welcome.
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3. Riverton Caravan Park
A little to the south of the Clare Valley itself is Riverton Caravan Park, located in the quaint and peaceful village of Riverton. This quiet, spacious caravan park Clare Valley has a range of pet friendly powered and unpowered sites, along with a selection of cabins as well. Facilities include a kids’ playground, outdoor exercise machines, free entry to the public swimming pool next door, and of course there’s the adjacent golf course and sports oval for the more actively inclined!
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4. Leasingham Village Cabins
Leasingham Village Cabins is located right in the heart of the Clare Valley, surrounded by rolling vineyards and cellar doors. With easy access to all of Clare Valley’s outstanding wineries, Leasingham Village Cabins is among the best Clare Valley caravan parks. There’s plenty of cabins on site in a variety of sizes, to suit couples or large families, plus there’s lots of powered and unpowered sites too. Pets are welcome, and there’s an excellent communal BBQ area for relaxing and making new friends.
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5. Burra Caravan Park
The cute and historic village of Burra is one of the Clare Valley’s highlights. For the best experience, it’s hard to beat a stay at Burra Caravan Park, located in the centre of town on the banks of Burra Creek. One of the nicest caravan parks Clare Valley region, it has both powered and unpowered sites available at very reasonable prices, plus you’ll also find a fully equipped camp kitchen, Wi-Fi, and a modern amenities block.
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6. Auburn Community Caravan Park
For those on a budget, smaller community-run caravan parks can be great places to stay in the pricier areas, and the Auburn Community Caravan Park is no different. It’s located in Auburn, at the southern end of the Clare Valley, and offers a no-frills caravan park Clare experience at a competitive price. The park itself has a small number of powered sites in a quiet, leafy park, with easy access to both the Riesling Trail and the adjacent sports oval. Pets are welcome, while all facilities like showers, toilets and laundry are included. If you’re after a more cost-effective option without all the bells and whistles, Auburn Community Caravan Park is a great choice.