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Joshua S.
3 months ago

There is a fire pit at every camp site and was only $10 a night. Need to bring your own wood though as you aren’t allowed to use a chainsaw, but is a great place to camp.

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Jordan M.
4 months ago

Beautiful shaded spot with wide verity of campsites


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Brookman Rd,
Kuitpo,
South Australia

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