Best caravan parks in Robe, South Australia
Make unforgettable memories along the Limestone Coast when you holiday in Robe.
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Looking for somewhere to stay in Robe for a week of beachside bliss? Driving through town on your adventures along the Limestone Coast? Whatever the reason, you're covered with this selection of Robe's best campervan spots.
Best caravan parks in Robe
Discovery Parks is known around Australia for its high-class facilities and this branch is no different. Sitting just moments away from the stunning Long Beach, guests can enjoy a heated swimming pool, children's playground and free Wi-Fi during their stay.
- Types of sites available: Powered sites, unpowered sites, ensuite sites, cabins and tent sites.
- Any vehicle restrictions? No.
- Facilities: Games room, BBQ, bouncing pillow, camp kitchen, dump point, family bathroom, pedal cart hire, kids club, laundry room, adventure playground, indoor heated swimming pool and Wi-Fi.
- Nearby: Little Dip National Park, Long Beach, Lake Robe, Robe Town Brewery, Cape Dombey Obelisk, Chinese Monument, Guichen Bay, Lake Eliza.
Claiming to be the only caravan park in Robe that offers uninterrupted ocean views, you can enjoy the best of the seaside at Sea Vu Caravan Park. As well as ample amenities on site, you'll also be just a 5 minute walk away from the town centre.
- Types of sites available: Cabins, beach shacks and powered caravan sites
- Any vehicle restrictions? No
- Facilities: Kiosk, gas BBQs, camp kitchen, amenities block, family facilities, boat and trailer parking, kids playground, free Wi-Fi, coin operated laundry facilities, fish cleaning room, paddleboards to hire and a cray cooking area.
- Nearby: Robe Lakes, Little Dip National Park, Long Beach, Cape Dombey Obelisk, Town Beach, Robe Point, Robe Gaol Ruins, Robe Lighthouse, West Beach and Robe Jetty.
Popular with families and couples looking for a budget-stay, Robe Holiday Park offers up a range of amenities without the high price tag. Prices start from $32 a night for a powered site.
- Types of sites available: Powered sites, studio cabins and two-room cabins.
- Any vehicle restrictions? No.
- Facilities: Laundry room, shower and toilet block, gas bottle refills, camp kitchen, BBQ areas, jumping pillow and communal fire pit areas.
- Nearby: Dunn Lake, The Pub Lake, Conway Lake, Lake Battye, Outlet Beach, Long Beach, Little Dip National Park and Cape Dombey Obelisk.
If you'd rather a freshwater lake over a beachside spot, then the Lakeside Tourist Park might be for you. Sat on the banks of Lake Fellmongery, you can enjoy swimming, boating, fishing, or surfing while staying in this idyllic spot.
- Types of sites available: Powered site, unpowered site, cabins and villas.
- Any vehicle restrictions? No.
- Facilities: BBQ area, camp kitchen, children's playground, laundry facilities, lakeside spots, communal toilet and shower amenities.
- Nearby: Lake Fellmongery, Cape Dombey Obelisk, Town Beach, Little Dip National Park, Long Beach, Robe Lighthouse and Robe Jetty.
Which caravan parks in Robe have cabins?
Are there BIG4 caravan parks in Robe?
You won't find a BIG4 caravan park in Robe, but you will find two alternatives in the Limestone Coast area. These can be found about an hour's drive from Robe in the towns of Naracoorte and Mount Gambier.
Frequently asked questions
Where should I stay in Robe in a caravan park?
- Best for exploring lakes: Lake Fellmongery
- Best for beaches: Robe Esplanade
- Best for families: Robe Town Centre
- Best for peace and quiet: West Beach
How much does it cost to stay in a caravan park in Robe?
Overnight stays in Robe's caravan parks range from as little as $32 to as much as $150/night depending on the type of accommodation and quality of services that you're after. Prices will also vary depending on the time of year you choose to holiday.
During the low season, you'll find powered sites for as little as $32 at Robe Holiday Park, and two-bedroom cabins at Discovery Holiday Parks for $140. For the added luxury of an ocean view spot, you'll need to be prepared to pay between $38 and $50 a night at Sea Vu Caravan Park.
If you're heading off during peak season (usually around January, February and May time) you'll need to be prepared to pay at least $10-$15 more each night.
How long can I stay in a caravan park in Robe?
There are no long-term stay caravan parks in Robe, but most places will allow you to stay for a maximum of 28 days. During off-peak season some parks will let you stay longer.
What should I consider when choosing a caravan park in Robe?
It takes around ten minutes to drive from one side of Robe to the other, which means location isn't too important when it comes to picking the right caravan park for you.
Instead, it's important to look at the facilities a caravan park has and see if they match your travelling crew. If you're holidaying with children, make sure the park has enough entertainment to keep them busy, whether it's a jumping pillow, playground or games room. If you're travelling with your four-legged friends, make sure the caravan park is happy to accommodate them before booking your spot.
Where can I park a campervan overnight in Robe?
If you prefer accommodation with all of the comforts you get at home, then the best bet is to base yourself at one of Robe's well-equipped caravan parks. These come complete with toilet blocks, shower rooms and laundry facilities, along with entertainment and leisure facilities.
If you're happy getting back to basics, you can head a little further out of town to the Little Dip Conservation Park. In this area, you'll find a number of basic campsites with unpowered spots and a simple drop toilet. It's not completely illegal to sleep in your car on the side of the road in South Australia, but many councils don't allow it in their areas. Make sure you call ahead before you visit to avoid any nasty fines.
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