Singleton Caracourt Caravan Park - Singleton NSW

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Singleton Caracourt Caravan Park is located over the Hunter River on the New England Hwy 1km northwest side of Singleton CBD. Caracourt is within easy walking distance of the shopping centres and restaurants. Caracourt is well laid out with sealed roads, kerbed and guttering and manicured lawns. Spacious powered sites and ensuite sites are also available. All are equipped with individual sullage and water. Unpowered tent sites are also available. The on-site accommodation consists of fully self contained en-suite cabins, complete with cooking facilities, television, DVD, A/C and refrigerator. Free BBQ located in Rotunda, close to playground area and shaded by large Jacaranda. Guess laundry equipped with modern washing machines and dryers. Pets are welcome and a large exercise area is located at the western end of the park. A public telephone is located at the front entrance. Bookings can be made by telephoning the park and please tell the park that you have seen their photos on Caravan Park Photos. Photos on this page were supplied by Singleton Caracourt Caravan Park on 24th June 2008. Editor's Note: This park is located on the New England Highway so traffic noise could be a problem.
Recent photos on this page were kindly supplied by the Management of the Caravan Park in February 2016.

REGION: > NSW > Hunter Valley > Upper Hunter Valley > Singleton

Contact and Location
Singleton Caracourt Caravan Park
Cnr New England Hwy - S & Bridgman Rd - W
Singleton NSW 2330
P: 02 6572 2886
F: 02 6572 2886
GPS:S32 33 25,E151 10 02
GPS:S32 33.4224,E151 10.049

  1. Fran  of  Caracourt caravan park Singleton NSW Mon February 6, 2017 at 7:19 PM

    17 I am reluctant to refer to this place as a caravan park as it is more like the Singleton rubbish tip. It is smelly, filthy, unwanted items litter the area.The two skip bins we were placed next to were overflowing and when queried I was told they were just emptied over Christmas - 6 weeks previously? The BBQs were disgusting. We were squeezed in next to a cabin whose aircon blew directly onto our door. It was 41 degrees. After setting up an argument with the most foul language began between permanents. Next the girls in blue arrived. Seems like this is a regular occurence. So RVers be warned, pass thru Singleton NSW. Stop at your own peril as we were told the two parks are on par with this one.
  2. Lesley Smith  of  Welbungin Sun October 18, 2015 at 3:54 PM

    This park is not a very well run one for over night parking only one unisex toilet and shower nothing for handicap not given a gate key office closed so had to ring to be able to re enter Web page is very misleading
  3. J Sanders  of  Tamworth NSW Thu May 7, 2015 at 12:19 AM

    On the way back home from Sydney we stayed here in a two bedroom cabin for one night (myself, wife, and two kids 2yo and 4yo) it was $100. The cabin was nice and clean and more spacious than what I expected it to be (from the outside seemed smaller). It had a nice little lounge room area and a kitchen with a table we could sit down and eat our take away dinner at.
  4. S. Henderson  of  Gympie Qld Sun March 15, 2015 at 11:21 PM

    The park is not managed by Heather Wadell anymore either.
  5. Julie and Kenn Brown  of  Port Macquarie Sun December 23, 2012 at 11:01 AM

    Stayed here for one night recently (Dec 2012). Manager was friendly, cost was expensive $35 for a powered site. Most residents were miners so it was quiet as they were either working or sleeping. Would only recommend it if you are self contained as the toilets were filthy in the block near us. My husband returned without using them they were so bad.
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