The Limestone Coast is a stunning region in South Australia, covering some 150km of the south-east corner of South Australia, and stretching approximately 150km inland. Ideally located on the Adelaide to Melbourne stretch, this area covers some sixty Conservation and National Parks, as well as over 150,000 hectares of forest. With plenty to do, let’s look at some of the best Limestone Coast caravan parks to stay in while you explore.
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The BEST Caravan Parks By The Coast
1. Robe Holiday Park
Tucked away off the main road and nestled in between Lake Fellmongery and The Pub Lake, Robe Holiday Park is just minutes from the beaches, including Outlet Beach, Town Beach and the popular Long beach. With powered sites and cabins, this Robe caravan park is well set up for those travelling in their van, or those road tripping in the car. The park has laundry facilities as well as amenities blocks and gas bottle refills. With a jumping pillow for the kids, camp kitchen and two communal fires, you’ll get plenty of opportunities to meet other travellers.
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2. Discovery Parks - Robe
The Discovery Park in Robe has plenty of features and amenities, including an activity room, BBQ, bouncing pillow, camp kitchen, and playground. With powered and unpowered sites, as well as studio cabins, this is a great dog-friendly, family-friendly stop on your Limestone Coast road trip. Located just outside of Long Beach, the Discovery Park in Robe is a great place to base your travels from.
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3. Sea Vu Caravan Park
The Sea Vu is one of the most popular Robe caravan parks – and with direct access to the beaches of Guichen Bay, when you pull up, it’s not hard to see why. Sea Vu has three styles of van sites – powered waterfront, powered ocean view and powered sites close to home. The waterfront sites have some pretty spectacular views that you’ll love watching while you sip your morning coffee in the sun.
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4. Lakeside Tourist Park
Nestled on the shores of Lake Fellmongery, Lakeside Tourist Park offers a quiet spot with green grassy sites, perfect for pulling up your van or popping up the tent, as well as a range of cabins. This Robe campsite is the perfect place to stay when you want somewhere to relax after a long day of exploring. Kick your legs back and enjoy looking out over the lake to end the day.
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5. Kingston Foreshore Caravan Park
A stop at this Kingston caravan park will have you feeling like you’ve travelled back in time. Set across the road from the beach, with its sandy verges and plentiful places to stop for a fish, you won’t want to move once you’ve stopped at the Kingstone Foreshore Caravan Park. With powered sites, unpowered sites and cabins, as well as laundry, camp kitchen and fire pit, meet some new friends and enjoy the atmosphere of this beachside village.
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6. Kingston RV Park
When it comes to Kingston Caravan Parks, the RV Park is budget-friendly and perfect for those traveling in all types of vans, from motor homes through to campervans and 4×4 campers. At just $15 for a 72-hour stay (price correct as of June 2022), and right on the beachfront, you can’t get much better. There are no facilities, so you do need to be fully self-reliant, however a stay at the Kingston RV Park is a great way to meet new friends.
No bookings are required. Just turn up and pay for your site at the ticket machine.
7. Beachport Caravan Park
Sitting on the beachfront, and looking out over Rivoli Bay, the Beachport Caravan Park has plenty of facilities, and room, for everyone. With a camp kitchen, playground and fires allowed in the cooler months, pets are welcome at Beachport. With powered sites and a range of cabins, enjoy a night under the stars, or sleep more comfortably in a cabin. If you feel like a hit of golf while in town, the 9-hole course is located right next to the caravan park, and is perfect for beginners.
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8. Beachport Southern Ocean Tourist Park
Located just minutes beaches, the Southern Ocean Tourist Park covers 22 acres with a huge 300 grassed powered and unpowered sites. This Beachport Caravan Park is disability-friendly with modern disabled amenities, as well as being child-friendly and pet friendly (but only in the off-peak season). Enjoy everything Beachport has to offer from this wonderful location.
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9. Port MacDonnell Foreshore Tourist Park
Located on Woolwash Beach, the Port MacDonnell Foreshore Tourist Park is a 7-acre park with 120 sheltered, grassed powered sites, as well as four cabins and two onsite caravans. Enjoy swimming, surfing, and diving at the nearby beach, or talk a walk or bike ride alone on the trails leading out of the park and up to the lighthouse. The caravan park is a great little detour out of Mount Gambier, and the perfect place to stop on the Limestone Coast.
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10. Southend Sands Caravan Park
Southend Sands Caravan Park is a quiet little park just metres from the beach. The camp kitchen atmosphere is certainly a favourite amongst visitors, and while it doesn’t have all the modern facilities, it is a great park to pull up in your van or pitch a tent. Southend Sands is the park of your youth – stop the van, pull out the chair and simply enjoy the relaxing environment.
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11. Wrights Bay Caravan Park and Campground
Located on Wrights Bay between Robe and Cape Jaffa, the Wrights Bay Caravan Park and Campground is sure to be a hit. Close by you’ll find 4WD tracks along the beach and over 40 cellar doors and gourmet food producers. The park can get busy during school holidays, so if you are traveling over these periods, it is well worth booking a site in advance. These are all unpowered sites, and new amenities have recently been installed.
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12. Cape Jaffa Caravan Park
If you’re looking for Cape Jaffa accommodation, the Cape Jaffa Caravan Park is the place to stop. With a range of powered and unpowered sites, as well as cabins, the park has plenty of facilities including fishing gear and bait, gas swap point, boat ramp passes, fuel and more. Take part in some rock lobster fishing, bush walking or explore the Mt Benson Wine region.
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The BEST Caravan Parks Inland
13. Limestone Coast Tourist Park
Photo courtesy of Jessica at @weekendroaming of Umpherston Sinkhole which is closest to the Limestone Coast Tourist Park
Located just off the Jubilee Highway E/Princes Highway, the Limestone Coast Tourist Park is perfect for those looking for something close to the attractions around Mt Gambier, but still within a quiet and relaxing setting. Each powered site comes with an ensuite with drinkable water, power, and enough room for motorhomes, vans, and tents. This Mt Gambier caravan park is pet friendly in all powered sites. For those looking for a room, there are a range of units available.
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14. Pine Country Caravan Park
Located not far from Blue Lake, the Pine Country Caravan Park offers a range of camping options. Including ensuite-powered sites, powered sites, unpowered sites, cabins, and glamping. This Mount Gambier holiday park has a range of facilities including a camp kitchen, office, kids play area with jump zone and cubby houses, and an off-lead dog paddock to give your four-legged friend room to run.
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15. Blue Lake Holiday Park
Nestled between Blue Lake and Valley Lake, Mount Gambier’s Blue Lake Holiday Park sits on 27 acres of landscaped gardens with accommodation to suit all. For the camping road trippers, there are ensuite powered sites, powered sites, dog-friendly powered sites, and unpowered sites. For those travelling by car, you’ll find a range of cabins suitable for the whole family. With facilities to keep everyone busy, this holiday park is a great stop in Mt Gambier.
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16. Kalganyi Holiday Park
Located on the northern end of Mt Gambier on the Riddoch Highway, the Kalganyi Holiday Park is an affordable option with a range of accommodation styles. For campers, there’s the ensuite powered sites or the normal powered sites, while those wanting a bit more can choose from a range of cabins, holiday units or motel style units. Pet friendly for camping sites, Kalganyi offers open space to breathe, solar heated pool playground, rec room plus a fully enclosed camp kitchen – no more cooking outside on those cold nights!
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17. Mount Gambier Central Caravan Park
Centrally located in town, the Mount Gambier Central Caravan Park is perfect for those looking to explore, while still staying within walking distance of facilities. Take a walk up to the Cave Garden, spend some time exploring Mount Gambier and then head back to your powered or unpowered site and meet some of your fellow travellers. With a camp kitchen, family room, and laundry, your stay is sure to be comfortable.
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18. Millicent Hillview Caravan Park
Enjoy sunrise over the Mt Burr Ranges from the Millicent Hillview Caravan Park. With powered and unpowered sites surrounded by bushland, camping will feel like it did when you were a kid with a few modern amenities. The camp kitchen has undercover cooking facilities, there’s free NBN and a whole host of facilities. Pet friendly, if you’re looking for Millicent accommodation in a caravan park, the Millicent Hillview is a great spot.
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19. Millicent Lakeside Caravan Park
Just a short walk to the Millicent swimming lake, Millicent Lakeside Caravan Park offers a bush setting with plenty of facilities. With powered and unpowered sites, as well as cabins, there are a range of accommodation options to suit all travellers exploring the Limestone Coast. Millicent Lakeside Caravan Park is pet friendly for those camping.
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20. Coonawarra Bush Holiday Park
Everyone loves a good bush caravan park, and the Coonawarra Bush Camp is the perfect stop if travelling between South Australia and Victoria, or if you just need a good getaway. Along with the traditional powered and non-powered sites, those looking for the ‘sleep under the stars’ experience, book to stay in the hex bubble. If you have some time on your hands, you may like to swap your time for free rent and some cash to help around the park (minimum stay of a few months required).
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21. Padthaway Caravan Park
Located between Naracoorte and Keith, just of the Riddoch Highway, Padthaway Caravan Park is a great little stop on the Limestone Coast. With a garden setting for your van, take a stroll through the nearby conservation park, let the kids enjoy the playground, meet the animals and play a round of mini golf before exploring the nearby wineries.
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22. Naracoorte Holiday Park
Naracoorte Holiday Park, the Big 4 caravan park in Naracoorte is perfect for those doing a road trip around South Australia. Set in a quiet street near the Naracoorte Creek Walk, the holiday park offers a tiny train for the young ones, 18-hole mini-golf, giant chess, and disc golf. With 65 powered sites available, a camp kitchen, laundry block, and a dump point for caravans and motorhomes, the Big 4 Naracoorte is a quiet and relaxing place to stay.
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23. Bordertown Caravan Park
Located right in town, the Bordertown Caravan Park offers powered and unpowered sites as well as a range of cabins. Set amongst the trees, while there might not be all the high-end facilities, the park is clean, tidy and the staff are lovely. This is a great stop if passing through on the Dukes Highway.
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23. Keith Caravan Park
If you’re wanting somewhere to base yourself to explore the caves and wineries in the region, the Keith Caravan Park is the place to stay. With just a short walk to the main street, this caravan park is a quiet family-friendly park. With grassed and gravel powered sites as well as grassed camping sites, the Keith Caravan Park is a great place to pull out the swags and enjoy sleeping under the stars.