Jamestown Country Retreat Caravan Park - Jamestown SA

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Jamestown Country Retreat Caravan Park is located at Cnr 103 Ayr St - S & Bute St - E , Jamestown. Jamestown is 216km north of Adelaide. The Park offers 5 ensuite cabins which consist of 1 double bed, 1 single bed and 2 trundle beds all in one room. All linen is provided. They have reverse cycle airconditioning, cooking facilities, microwave, electric frypan, jug, toaster, refridgerator, coloured TV and outdoor setting. One cabin has disabled facilities.

We are now proud to say we have a new cabin with two bedrooms. First room has queen size bed, second room has 1 single 1 bunk bed, with ensuite all linen provided. Reverse cycle airconditioner (split system), lounge, colour TV, table & six chairs, full oven & hotplates, and outdoor setting. The cabin is non-smoking.

The Park also has shady 40 powered sites and 20 unpowered sites in the camping area and modern clean amenities. Behind the laundry we have a disabled facility. Facilities include Coin operated laundry, Information outlet, Swimming Pool adjacent, Shopping Centre 200metres, Bundaleer Forest 8kms.

The Park is accredited and has a rating of 3 stars. It is an ideal place to stop discover the Southern Fliders Ranges.
The resident Owner is Rod Doyle. Bookings can be made by telephoning the park and please tell the park that you found them on Caravan Park Photos.

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Contact and Location
Jamestown Country Retreat Caravan Park
Cnr 103 Ayr St - S & Bute St - E
Jamestown SA 5491
P: 08 8664 0077
F: 08 8664 0077
GPS:S33 12 19,E138 36 00
GPS:S33 12.3217,E138 36.0148

  1. Georgie  of  Corfe Tue March 15, 2022 at 4:29 PM

    The Park Jamestown is a hidden gem in the Southern Flinders Ranges. Sites are only $30/night for 2 people. The Park is incredibly clean and tidy, with friendly staff. Guests have access to luxury bath mats in the amenities which are collected daily and laundered. There is free wifi and a large central lawn area, perfect for groups to gather on under the gum trees. The camp kitchen is about the be demolished and replaced with a much larger and modern facility which will be perfect for caravan groups. If you are heading through this region, it is definitely worth a stop.
  2. John from Hunter Valley Tue August 18, 2015 at 8:20 PM

    An attractive looking park, sites are gravel and level but at $30 is expensive. Water pressure in the showers could be better
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