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Keith Caravan Park, Keith

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Keith is between Bordertown and Tailem Bend, on the Dukes Hwy. 227 km SE of Adelaide, on Naracoorte Road, turn S off the highway near the middle of town (signposted). Council run park. Caretaker on call or honesty box. Ph: 08 8755 1851 or 08 0755 1957. Dogs allowed on leash.

Report By: U Boughta Jeep(52)
Date of Stay: May 2018 Rating: 3.5
This is a small park, informal in appearance with a lot of well spread white crushed rock forming a good base. Grassed sites are also available. It is very open in appearance and has minimal shade trees. The lay out appears haphazard but not unpleasant. You can choose your own site.
Friendly staff. Good value for money $30 for 2A PN, powered. Amenities are close to all sites, were clean, condition is good, water pressure is good, there was adequate hot water, soap provided, dry change area, paper towels/dryer provided. Adequate number of tourist sites, mostly level sites, good night lighting, sites will accommodate large motorhomes and 5th wheelers, no sites with annex slabs, very few sites are shaded, drive-through sites, adequate taps close by, adequate sullage close by. Basic laundry, you can use your mobile wireless carrier used was Vodaphone, reception quality was 3. Quiet, open & roomy park, inadequate shade, no permanent/annual vans. No playground. No pool. Suitable for few days.
Liked:- Easy access to sites.
Parking:- Drive in and park near the office.

Report By: H&A SA(22)
Date of Stay: April 2018 Rating: 2.5
We have stayed here six times now. It's a convenient, quiet over-nighter during the long Adelaide/Melbourne haul. Currently under expansion, installing good power, drainage and lighting to approximately a dozen new sites. Most of the earlier comments regarding this park are still relevant, however, there are a few current issues which detract from the park's good reputation. The camp kitchen, previously clean and serviceable, was dirty during our stay. BBQs grotty and no power to any of the appliances. The toilets, also, were not as clean as usual. And no-one called in to collect site fees. This suggests a problem with management - maybe illness or such - but it detracted from the experience. It might also have detracted from the park income if any of the other eight over-nighters were less honest than we were and skipped off without paying. But despite all this, we'll be back. As they say, "It's location, location, location."

Report By: straflo(162)
Date of Stay: November 2017 Rating: 3.5
This continues to be an excellent overnighter. Choose a site, grass or gravel, set up and pay when the manager comes, which she does several times a day. Or leave your money in the honesty box. Powered site is $30 per night. Amenities are spotlessly clean and checked on during the day. The outdoor camp kitchen/bbq area is well supplied and very clean. Night lighting is excellent. You can stay hooked up because town is just 200metres walk.

Report By: straflo(162)
Date of Stay: September 2015 Rating: 3
This is a beaut little caravan park with everything that grey nomads want. $28 2A. Clean showers and toilets with ample room and plenty of hot water. Level sites are mostly drive through so you can stay hitched and walk into town, where there are two bakeries and a couple of other eateries. Park is off the highway so noise is not a problem. A great stopover on the way to or from Adelaide.