Peaceful Bay Caravan Park, campsite manager, Aircamper since September 2018
This listing has been verified by the campsite manager and was last updated March 2022.
This is a very busy park and has many nightly rates, see the website to keep up ! We paid $39 per night powered. The camp has what you need but showers at back of park could really do with being knoc... Read more
May 2021. Price per night $28 powered. We were not given any other option but that was a fair price. The facilities are a bit old school but clean and worked well. Shower was hot with low pressure but we're still great. Camp kitchen was down and functional but in winter is a bit breezy so have some warm clothing. The location is amazing. So many places that let your feel you are not packed in and close to other campers. When it's busy it will not be as good as we had it. There is not great deal of offers to see in the area of you don't have a 4wd but it's excellent of your just want a bit of rest time. We enjoyed our time here an would do it again. We were in a tent but you could Park anything here.
Nice and quiet place, close to a wonderful (and windy!) beach. All convenience as expected.
Great welcome. People helpful. Shady sites. A fairly big park. A little outdated in shower toilet facilities but clean. Would stay again.
Peaceful Bay Road,
- Listing type
- Caravan Park
- Next to car
Ampol Bow Bridge4.97 km
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