Located under an hour’s drive from Adelaide, Adelaide
Hills is a beautiful location to relax and unwind. With its iconic wineries,
historic villages and picturesque landscapes, it makes an ideal spot to take the
caravan for a weekend, or week, away. Whether you’re looking for a
family-friendly park or a hub to go wine-touring, choosing the perfect caravan
park can make your holiday one to remember.
Though there are tons of caravan parks dotted around Adelaide Hills, some stand above the rest. For the best caravan park in Adelaide look no further than this list of the top five Caravan Parks in Adelaide Hills.
1. Hahndorf Resort
Hahndorf Resort tops the list as the best caravan park in Adelaide Hills with its incredible location near the charming village of Hahndorf. It offers picturesque views over the hills and is in great proximity to the National Parks and beautiful walking trails. All the caravan sites have power outlets, water, grassy areas and also WiFi. They are pet-friendly so that you can bring your furry friends as well.
Sites from $43+ per night.
2. Brighton Caravan Park
This beach-side caravan park looks out over the Gulf St. Vincent. You can go for a swim, do some snorkelling or go fishing. This location offers access to coastal walking trails and is on a nature reserve where you can see native fauna and flora. There are many caravan sites available, all with access to BBQ areas and kitchen and amenity blocks. During the peak season they host kids programs and you can hire out kayaks and paddleboards as well.
Sites from $55+ per night.
3. Levi Park Caravan Park
For those who want an escape in closer proximity to the
city, Levi Park is a great option. It’s only 3.1 miles from the city centre of
Adelaide and located on the River Torrens. It offers city amenities, while
still allowing you to get out of the hustle and bustle and relax. It’s close to
the Adelaide Zoo and the Adelaide Oval, so makes an excellent option for
families wanting to take advantage of those facilities. The caravan sites are
all gravel based, with power outlets and water. They can accommodate caravans
of almost any size. Levi Park is also dog-friendly.
Sites from $50+ per night.
4. Discovery Parks – Barossa Valley
Located in the heart of the beautiful Barossa Valley,
this caravan park makes the perfect base from which to tour some of Adelaide Hills incredible wineries. Beyond that, there are many
fine-dining options, art galleries and walking trails at its doorstep. There
are over 218 caravan sites, a heated swimming pool, games room, rec hall and
even an outdoor entertainment area. You hire bicycles from the park, and
there’s a children’s play area for the kids.
Sites from $39+ per night.
5. Shiloh Hills Park Accommodation
If you’re keen to catch a glimpse of wild kangaroos and koalas, look no further than Shiloh Hills Park Accommodation. Located only 25-minute drive from Adelaide city centre, this pet-friendly caravan park is surrounded by serene forests near the small town of Ironbank. If you like exploring conservation parks, you’ll have your pick of many in the area. The caravan park has powered sites, a dumping point, potable water and a shared firepit where you could meet other campers.
Sites from $30+ per night. – Travel Feeder