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Harry's Dog Friendly Parks - South Australia
Joined: 26 November 2005
Location: Tweed Heads Sth
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Topic: Harry's Dog Friendly Parks - South Australia
Posted: 27 June 2007 at 7:37am
New member [BigH] aka Harry has given me his list of Dog Friendly Caravan Parks that he has stayed at over several years.
Thanks to Harry.
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CARAVAN PARK DETAILS
(All take dogs)
BERRI RIVERSIDE CARAVAN PARK
BERRI SA 5343
08 – 8582 3723
Nice big park, lots of grassy sites, good amenities, however manager sometimes throws a wobbly about the size of dogs. Choc a bloc in holiday times so try and stay away then. Over the road from the Murray, plenty of places to walk the dog and heaps of wineries and vegies/fruit stalls. Stayed here in Jan 2004 and Mar 2005.
McLAREN VALE LAKESIDE CARAVAN PARK
Field Street, (PO Box 36)
McLARAN VALE SA 5171
08 – 8323 9255
Huge park, set in the middle of wineries just south of Adelaide. Plenty to see and do in the area. Amenities are pretty good, water is unfit for human beings, bore water and the tank water is just as bad, after we drained our tank we then had to buy water to drink and for coffee/tea. Another park that fills up at holiday time. We stayed here in Jan/Feb 2004.
GULFHAVEN CARAVAN PARK
PORT VICTORIA SA 5573
08 – 8834 2012
A little place on the west side of Yorke Peninsula, we used this as our base to see the whole of the peninsula. On the beach, good sites, amenities pretty clean and well kept. Our first taste of winds, make sure your annex/awning is well tied down or you will be up in the middle of the night fixing it. Water fit to drink again. We stayed here in Feb 2004.
FORESHORE CARAVAN PARK
WHYALLA SA 5600
08 – 8645 7474
A big park, with good grassy sites and pretty good amenities on Spencer Gulf. Very hot in February (47 degrees) when we arrived but cooled down to mid thirties during our stay. Not much to see and do here, unless you are into fishing, but we managed to stay occupied. Make sure you keep dog on lead on beach or you can get on the spot fine of $200 (somebody did). We stayed here in Feb 2004. Stayed here again in Mar 2005, far too windy and cold this time.
COFFIN BAY CARAVAN PARK
COFFIN BAY SA 5607
08 – 8685 4170
On the southwestern side of Eyre Peninsula. Good park, brand new amenity block near our site. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay here, tank water was good. Plenty of things to see and do in the local area and we used this as a base to sightsee around Port Lincoln (Make sure you have a look at Whalers Way). We stayed here in Feb 2004.
STREAKY BAY FORESHORE TOURIST PARK
82 Wells Street,
STREAKY BAY SA 5680
08 – 8625 2012
A very big park right on the beach. Very sandy/dusty in our area but we had a slab. Good amenities block, lots to see and do around the area, very dusty roads to see seals and sea-lions and etc. Another good park for the fisherman. We stayed here in Feb/Mar 2004.
CEDUNA SHELLY BEACH CARAVAN PARK
Lot 178 Decres Bay Road
CEDUNA SA 5690
08 – 8625 2012
A really good park with excellent amenities block arrangements. Climb up the sand dunes to get down to the beach to walk the dog. Excellent oysters for sale on other side of town. We stayed here in Mar 2004 and Mar 2005 when it was very blowy and sandy/dusty.
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