Berri Riverside Caravan Park- South Australia

June 14, 2016 2 Comments
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Located across the road of the Murray River is the lovely well maintained Berri Riverside Caravan Park in South Australia. We stayed here one night on our way to Ayres Rock in the Northern Territory. We payed $30 for an unpowered camping site, whilst at the time we thought the price was a bit steep, after reviewing all the facilities in the park the $30 a night is well worth it.

The park is very well maintained and spacious. It has everything you need even if you’re booking a cabin or caravan/camping site.  The park has plenty for the kids, basketball, volleyball, jumping pillow, playground and pool. For the adults there 2 camp kitchens, BBQs and a function hall that serves well for chatting with other campers.

The park is opposite the boat ramp so if you’re a keen fisherman or lover of water activities the caravan park is an ideal location for you.

 

Our camping site offered a tent pad surrounded by shady trees and green grass. We utilised both camp kitchens, the one closest to our site at the back of the park had 2 Fridges, Microwave, Kettle, Full Size Oven and plenty of undercover shade.

The bigger camp kitchen was pretty amazing. Fitted out with all new modern facilities including chef ovens, microwaves, fridges, kettles and toasters. The kitchen was fully enclosed and offered 8 tables and plenty of chairs. There was also heat strips to keep the room warm during the winter months.  There were also many power points in the kitchen, if you need to charge any laptops or phones it was an ideal spot. A caravan park that offers dishwashing liquid and cloths for free in a camp kitchen is pretty good to us!

We were impressed with our stay here in Berri, we have now stayed at 2 Caravan Parks in the Riverland area and have not been disappointed by either of them. Berri Riverside & Renmark Riverside are excellent parks and recommend giving them a try. For details on our stay at Renmark Riverside see here.

 

Our set up for the night.

Our set up for the night.

loveyourtravels

loveyourtravels is joint travel blog by engaged couple Stacey and Wayne. The blog is to encourage others to get out there and see their own backyard. Even if its day trips, weekends, holidays or full time travel we do it all. We love to share our travel experiences, thoughts and costs. Planning our Wedding in March 2019 then taking off immediately after to Road Trip and Work Australia.

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    Ralph Kiko

    March 29, 2017

    Thank you for this review. Glad I found your article since I have been looking for first hand accounts of those who stayed in this caravan park. The free cleaning products is a definite plus point. I do have to ask, how is the safety and security in the park? Is it well-lighted even at sundown?

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      loveyourtravels@hotmail.com

      April 2, 2017

      Hey Ralph, Thanks for your reply!
      We had no issues with security, it has pin entry and exit.We did have to take a torch with when walking to the toilet at night. However there was still lights around the park. We just like having extra light. We do follow their facebook page and i think they are having some further works done to the park too!

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