The Yorke Peninsula Council directly manage five caravan parks throughout the region, each with their own unique point of difference.
Whether you are into Sun, Surf, Sand or Shipwrecks, you will find something for everyone on the Yorke Peninsula, and there really is no better way to explore this area than by basing yourself at one of the beautiful caravan parks in the region.
With no roads in between, the only thing between the Black Point Caravan and Camping Ground and the water is the white sandy beach. Black Point boasts one of the most gorgeous stretches of coastline anywhere in South Australia. Black Point offers a travellers a safe beach with no rips, abundant fishing, and a spectacular spot to park and stay a while!
At the gateway to the stunning Innes National Park, make Marion Bay Caravan Park your base while you take the opportunity to explore the lower foot of the Peninsula. The Marion Bay Caravan Park puts you in the perfect position to access not only some of the Country’s most spectacular scenery, but also world renowned Surf Beaches and numerous historical locations throughout the region.
The Point Turton Caravan Park, located right at the all-weather boat ramp and jetty, provides visitors with the perfect spot to drop a line. With gorgeous shady camp sites and a variety of cabin accommodation to choose from, you will find everything you need to enjoy your stay.
The brilliantly appointed Port Vincent Caravan Park, offers the perfect location to explore the East Coast. Take a drive to view the Ardrossan lookout, try your luck fishing from the jetty or meander along the famous Black Point beach. The Port Vincent Caravan Park is right on the foreshore with the beach literally right outside your door making it the perfect spot to relax and enjoy.
The shady boutique Yorketown Caravan Park provides a warm friendly environment situated in a quiet area away from the hustle and bustle of the busier tourist sites. Nestled in the centre of the Peninsula, Yorketown offers some of the Peninsulas most hidden gems. From the remarkable Bublacowie Military Museum, the Wattle Point Wind Farm to the amazing playground in the heart of town.