Clare Caravan Park: Things to Know

Clare Caravan Park Things to See

Clare Caravan Park is located in the Clare Valley and is a one and a half hours drive north of Adelaide. It is set among vineyards, farms, and marshland. The Clare Valley is well known for its pioneering history, quality wines, and old town pubs. The many wineries in the Clare Valley are open for wine tasting and sales.

Clare Valley Park is set on 30 acres in the Clare Valley. The Park encompasses the McBride Flora and Fauna Reserve featuring flora and fauna unique to the region. Visitors may choose from accommodations ranging from bush-setting campsites to deluxe in suite cabins. Electricity is also available at many of the more rustic campsites. The Park includes modern amenities and is handicapped accessible. The Park also features a clean swimming pool, barbecues, and a kiosk. Clare Caravan Park is open year round and has office hours from 8 in the morning to 6 or 7 in the evening. The Park provides a bush setting for vacationers with ample gum trees providing shade and privacy. The Park is an Accredited Tourism Business in Australia and has an RAA rating of 4 stars.

The Clare Visitor Information Centre is on the Park boundary and will help vacationers select areas to visit during their stay in Clare Valley. Attractions in the area include the Bungaree Sheep Station, Reisling Trail, and Sevenhill Cellars (owned and operated by Jesuits since 1851).

The Valley also hosts the Clare Races on Easter and Oaks Day. The Clare Valley Gourmet Weekend is held in May featuring the local wines and fine food.

Lose yourself in this extraordinary living hedge maze, consisting of over 800 conifers, and enough twists and turns to stump the shrewdest of explorers. When you find your way out, check out the range of giant sized games and handmade goodies in the gift shop.


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