We stayed here for two weeks. That should say something in itself. We arrived late, after reception had closed but they called us telling us that our key and park info would be in a lockbox next to reception and giving us the code. Painless.
Our cabin had all we needed, looked new and was spotlessly clean. The park is quiet overall and quite small. This is why management are precise about positioning vans, I'm sure. We weren't travelling with children and if we had been, would have moved to another park with large grassed areas in which they could run and play.
All the things that The M complains about are mentioned in park rules, supplied to all guests, as things NOT to do. Again, biking, scootering, making noise are things best done in a much larger park and Adelaide has a few of those.
The BBQ area is small, best suited to just one group, and situated between the more expensive cabins. It's an inappropriate add-on. I was woken one morning by a hyena (or someone who sounded like one) right outside my bedroom window.
The few times I spoke to reception staff, they were polite and friendly. The guy on the golf cart was likewise friendly.
In short, it's a well-equipped park, very well located near Adelaide's CBD. It's easy to get to shops and there's a pub on a nearby corner. Because of its small size, vans and cabins are close together and facilities for children virtually non-existent.
Would we stay here again? Definitely.
- Also Known As:
- Caravan Park Adelaide