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Riverside Caravan Park, Robinvale

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Riverside Drive, 1 km N of the Post Office, near the bridge crossing the Murray where the big windmill is. Ph: 03 5026 4646. Family Parks member. Pets at manager's discretion, on leash at all times.

Report By: Greybeard and Silvertop(129)
Date of Stay: March 2021 Rating: 3.5
Very nice riverside sites, with the peace and tranquility spoiled by the power boats, some moored at the park. Night lighting was very poor with a long walk to the amenities from many sites. Do stop at the Robinvale Winery and taste some great wines.

Report By: straflo(201)
Date of Stay: October 2020 Rating: 2
A popular park, right on the Murray River, we were very disappointed. I can only comment on what we experienced. I waited for 15 minutes for the manager to come to the office: "I'm in the park, Give me a ring. "He did not answer and I continued to wait. He was in town. We paid $136.00/ 4 nights, grassed drive through site with some shady trees. We were told that because of COVID caravanners could not use the main amenities block but had to use the older block, which was very rundown. Two showers with no drying area or hanging space were of a very poor standard. With no external door, the over night insects were in profusion. There was no night lighting except for one in the toilet blocks. We were given a list of rules, but they were not policed eg:disposal of grey water, camp fires only on concrete slabs. The town is rundown but lots of work is being undertaken. The local Info Centre was unhelpful. The lady said that because the bridge was closed due to COVID there was nothing to do in the town. I'm glad I can read booklets and maps. I can say that I have been to Robinvale, but never again.

Report By: pam(1)
Date of Stay: April 2019 Rating: 4
Awesome. We paid $39 per night during the Easter break. The Camp site is situated on the River Murray which is a beautiful place to be. In spite of the fact the campsite was packed, we had a somewhat large grassy space to place our van and car which was a bonus. We took are chair and drink down to the river front, about 10 metres away to soak up the atmosphere. We could walk to shops to collect provisions within 10 minutes so this was very convenient. We highly recommend this campsite. The staff were very friendly and helpful and you could even buy petrol outside the office which made life with a van easier.

Report By: Ozduck(3)
Date of Stay: July 2017 Rating: 4
Very nice large park. Stayed right on bank of the Murray. Quiet park, amenities clean, dump point, pet friendly, no ensuite sites, lots of returning vanners. Good for days or even weeks. Price was $34 a nite, but pay 6 stay 7. Firewood and firepit available. Close to shops. Managers friendly and helpful. Good walking tracks nearby. Good phone reception. Good TV reception.