19 reviews with the most recent first, showing page 1 of 4.
Would give this park a 10 but no cutlery, pans, washing up equipment. We were in amongst the locals but this has to be the quitest park we have been in.
Would highly recommend it and would stay again.
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Stayed here one night for an event in town :
Got a cabin with double bed and bunk for 3 people :
Entered the cabin at night no lightbulb in first room ( Kitchen) :
Went to make cup of tea : Teaspoons sticky :
Obviously not washed with dishwash :
In morning went to have shower no hot water :
Checked hot water cylinder : TURNED OFF
Office staff took note but didnt offer much of an apology and no offer of discount :
Management / Owners need to start to put checks in place / upgrading the cabins to this century would help :
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I would stay here again. We tried to plan out our trip and locations and this one ended up being a last minute decision to get out of the mountains before some bad weather came in. The owners were nice and friendly and found a place for us. I suppose some of the areas could be muddy in wet season but most of these were marked off. The site is somewhat dark at night but beautiful big trees during the day. Bathroom was a little cold (windows were open) but the shower was excellent.
Nice campsite. No free wifi. Toilets and other facilities were clean. Some of the showers only gave extremely hot or freezing cold water.
Brand new washrooms and showers were wonderful! Large kitchen and common area.
This caravan park was nice. The amenities block was average, but they were doing renovations at the time (Sept 2016). Reasonably priced powered sites. Lots of ducks that loved a feed. Not far out of town.