Frank Potts Reserve

14 Ratings

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Alex K. 1 month ago
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Is the camping ground free ?

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Jake R. 5 months ago
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Power site?

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I just visited to campsite and I don’t remember if there is powered sites. Nice little spot though by Zell D.

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How much to stay? by Jake R.

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For 4 nights? by Jake R.

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The app says it’s free to stay. by Mike W.

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Any showers and if so are they warm water? by Jake R.

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No showers just toilets by Brad p.

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No power. One toilet with basin inside is only water by Erica D.

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14 Reviews

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Michelle C.
2 days ago

Perfect for access to Langhorne Creek Strathalbyn Currency Creek Milang and Goolwa. Short walk to pub for dinner, drive to Oasis for breakfast and Rusticano, Meechi brewing company and Lake Breeze winery all in close proximity. Basic Toilet facilities, clean with hand washing basin only. Fire ban at all times. $5 a night honour system. Set just off the main Wellington Rd. There is road noise but generally quite at night. Don't forget the Areogard... Mosquitoes love this place as much as we did.

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Brooke B.
1 month ago

Such a nice quiet place right in the middle of the wine region of SA. There is a winery right across the street, it’s close distance to Adelaide and a bunch of cute sea towns. It was super clean with about 22 sites that are marked. It’s 5$ a night in an honor system and it has one toilet that is cleaned every morning by a nice guy. The road is right next to the campground but there was minimal noise. There is a 72 hour limit here and we used all 72. Great spots for all types of caravans and tents. I would highly recommend this place!

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Kate A.
1 month ago

Meant to stop over for 1 night but ended up staying all 3. Just off the road so can get pretty loud with road noise however traffic is sparse. 22 sites, peak season, didn’t struggle for somewhere to set up. Shady and level grassy sites. $5 honestly fee per night. One toilet no showers or drinking water that we were aware of. Pretty and safe site nonetheless.

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Erica D.
2 months ago
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Guest A.
3 months ago

Location

1519 Langhorne Creek Road,
Langhorne Creek,
South Australia

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Listing type
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Caravans
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Closest

Caltex Strathalbyn

8.31 km

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