Greenock Centenary Park

6 Ratings

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Philippa m. 2 months ago
Question:

Does this place get busy on a long weekend?

Answer:

I am local and the most I have ever seen there is 19 vans. Given that, it doesn't leave that much more room and a lot of sites aren't that level. An alternative would be the Showgrounds at Kapunda. I am not a great lover of caravan parks. by Ivor Carter

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6 Reviews

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Ivor Carter
1 month ago

Just an update. They have knocked down the old toilet block and built a new one but it's not quite finished yet. Very caring local council.

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Sixpence C.
9 months ago

We loved this spot! Quiet and clean. $5 honesty box donation per night. It has lots of spots for tents and caravans, toilets are clean, though no showers. Great playground for the kids. There is a pub down the road which people say is great, if you’re there on a long weekend you need to book! We were there on a long weekend and weren’t able to get a table. Other than that, not much in the way for evening dining with in walking distance. A couple places to do wine or beer tasting with in walking distance.

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Troy J.
1 year ago

Quiet camp spot, $5 donation. Toilets available. Next to sporting field. Right on doorstep to Barossa. Easy for a night stop over.

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Kate M.
1 year ago

Quiet & tidy campsite in walking distance of several wineries and a brewery. We had a vintage car club driving into the park while we were staying there.

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Ron H.
1 year ago

Cute little cricket ground with camping/caravan sites around the perimeter of the oval. Sites are not grassed nor any power. A few water taps are around these can be used to fill containers or tanks, they are not intended for direct connections. Toilets clean and tidy. No showers. Could get a little dusty of the winds pick up. Best for self contained vans and Camper trailers. For $5 a night this place is great value.


Location

10 Martin St,
off Murray St,
Greenock,
South Australia

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Closest

BP Nuriootpa

4.27 km

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