Looking for a place to camp this summer? Consider one of the best camping spots in South Australia.
If you’re making plans to go camping soon, here are some of the best camping spots in South Australia.
The weather will start getting warmer in the coming weeks, and before you know it, the school holidays will be upon you. Introduce them to the joys of camping with these excellent camping spots around South Australia:
Wilpena Pound, Flinders Ranges
Wilpena Pound in Flinders Ranges is a great camping spot for all types of campers. There are powered campsites for those who want a more comfortable stay, and unpowered sites for those who prefer roughing out the nights.
Here, you can witness some of the best sunsets and sunrises where you might even be inspired to make a significant change in your life.
Cable bay Campground, Innes National Park, Yorke Peninsula
Have you ever considered camping on the beach and what that could possibly feel like? Come to Cable Bay campground and find out for yourself! Located at the southernmost part of the Yorke Peninsula, it is surrounded by beaches.
Pitch your tent in the campground, and explore the immediate area without worrying about running into anyone during your short walk. Other areas you can check out during your stay include the remains of the Ethel, as well as the historic Inneston ghost town. A great place to explore and test your courage, if you dare.
Glamping, Limestone Coast
Glamping is when you go camping, but not roughing it out in the wild. Here, you will have luxuries of a regular home. That includes electricity, comfortable beds and chairs, and even an air conditioner. It’s perfect for those who want to get out of the house without having to do any actual camping.
Limestone Coast offers glamping on their campsite. You will be surrounded by 400-year-old red gum trees and stay in bell tents that come complete with amenities.
Pack your bags bring only the essentials. Here, you can teach your kids how to tie knots or just relax as you glam it up.