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Spicer Park Caravan Park, Parkes

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Victoria St. Down the main street - turn into Victoria Street (east) and then into Albert St. Run by Parkes Shire Council. Ph: 02 6862 6162. Dogs allowed on leash.

Report By: lambo(75)
Date of Stay: April 2018 Rating: 4
quite a nice park and close to town
Very friendly staff, no complaints, staff helped us at the site, staff explained park layout and facilities. Very good value for money $24 for 2A, powered, peak season. Paid $22, reduced for seniors discount. Amenities are close to only some sites, were clean, condition is good, water pressure is good, there was adequate hot water, separate bathroom, dry change area, paper towels/dryer provided, exhaust fans/good ventilation, disabled facilities. Adequate number of tourist sites, some level sites, good night lighting, sites will accommodate large motorhomes and 5th wheelers, very few annex slabs, shade to some sites, ensuite sites available, adequate taps close by, adequate sullage close by. Basic laundry, no rec room, good camp kitchen, kiosk, car wash, dump point, van parking, no wireless internet available., you can use your mobile wireless carrier used was Telstra, reception quality was 5. Clean UC gas BBQs are free, congenial bbq area atmosphere, bbq area lighting, seating provided at bbq. Excellent playground, in good condition. No pool. Suitable for a week or more.
Liked:- great area and roomy park. staff were very friendly. excellent value for money. previous reporters complained about unlevel sites, but we had no problems and there were plenty of spare level sites. we did not hear from anyone in the park regards unlevel sites
Disliked:- at peak times (like the elvis festival) the amenities would struggle. only 3 toilet cubicles on the gents, and 5 shower cubicles.

Report By: Phillip & Cheryl(12)
Date of Stay: January 2016 Rating: 1
We chose this park because of unfavorable reports on the other CP in Parkes. It was nigh on impossible to find a level site, this meant the slide out on our motor home was thrown out of alignment which has caused us ongoing problems. I can't understand how you could build a caravan park on the slope of a hill. We would never return here.

Report By: GeeNEmm(138)
Date of Stay: December 2014 Rating: 3.5
We have stayed here before and completed the van levelling challenge, but obviously it wasn't bad enough to deter us from returning (to the same site). We chose the grassy area again, which required reversing into; however the other sites are packed gravel on the tiered hillside. Some shade available to some sites. At $26 2A P/N pwred we think this park is excellent value. Welcomed by the very jovial Anne-Marie who provided town info, a laugh and allowed us to select own site. The amenities are modernish, ample in cubicle size (especially the showers) and pristinely clean (as they were last time). Soap, hand towel, long shower curtains, fold down shelf in shower, good pressure, adequate hot water-really like these amenities. The amenities are situated mid park, however due to slope the park is set on could be a bit of an uphill return walk for those at the 'top' end of the park. Good laundry and dump point. No pool. Two camp kitchen areas now, the original smallish kitchen one and a new open air larger one with free BBQs, seating, and a huge satellite TV. Ah TV the only thing that let us down in the park this time. Anne-Marie advised on checkin that they had ongoing issues with getting required Council upgrade to get TV reception in the park. She advised some top sites may achieve a result, but we didn't get a cracker on the grassy knoll that we chose. Liked: Friendly reception, amenities, swipe card access to amenities-two cards issued with no deposit required; short drive to town shops. Disliked: no TV! This cost a point in our rating Extras: excellent variety of town shops; Coles/Woolies/ALDI and specialty stores; Info Centre very good, The Dish still free to visit.

Report By: P Lynch(29)
Date of Stay: August 2014 Rating: 4
Acc. Costs 2 nights - $47.50 Hosts – Justin and Ann-Marie Devlin – This was an unscheduled stop for us due to car problems and we found Justin and Ann-Marie to be a very accommodating, helpful and friendly couple. Park - Large Park with a variety of sites. Some with en-suites and slabs, some gravel drive thrus and others on large grass sites. All sites seemed spacious enough but not all were level. Blocks and levellers would be required on a lot of the sites. Access to both Reception Area and sites was very easy and assistance with parking was offered if required. Amenities were excellent with lots of hot water and good pressure. Two large covered BBQ (free) areas were very clean and well maintained. Internet and phone coverage was good (Telstra) but television coverage was not good for us. Laundry facilities are available, pets are allowed and there is a playground for young children. A footy oval is located right next to the Park. Features – Henry Parkes History, Elvis Presley Festival, Memorial Hill with spectacular views.