CARRIETON CARAVAN PARK
Phone (08) 8658 9090
The Carrieton Caravan Park was established in 2000 with funds from the Carrieton Rodeo Club and The Cropping Project committee.
Formerly the Carrieton rural school, which closed in 1997, it has been converted into a community-owned business. It offers private accommodation, powered sites and camping in a rural school setting. The park has lots of facilities for travellers to enjoy as well as offering disabled access and a pet friendly environment.
Horseshoe Whim Cottage
Formerly the Principals resicdence, Horseshoe Whim is now a self-contained air-conditioned cottage that caters for up to 8 people. The cottage has a double bed, 2 singles, a bunk and a foldout bed. Linen included.
$115 per couple per night $20 per extra person (Children 6 and under $10)
The old school Library still has plenty of books to read and can cater for up to 6 people. Staying in the Library gives you access to a double bed, 2 trundles and a foldout bed. Linen included.
$50 per couple per night
$20 per extra person (Children 6 and under $10)
The old classroom is now a budget air-conditioned accommodation that sleeps up to ten people. With 5 bunks this is perfect for a group or large family. Linen included.
$25 per person (Children 6 and under $10)
Caravan and Camping
The lawned cricket oval has 15 powered sites and many non-powered sites with an expansive view of the Oladdie Hills to the east.
Powered sites - $25 per couple, $20 per single, $10 per child
Unpowered sites - $20 per couple, $15 per single, $10 per child
The Art Room
All guests at the caravan park can enjoy The Art Room which has been converted into a community shed. It features a cosy wood heater, basic kitchen facilities, lounge and TV area along with local information. During the winter months this can also be a place for visitors to roll out their swag for $10 per person per night.
Available to all guests this room can also cater for small groups of up to 25 people. It is great for school, clubs and family groups. It has a meeting room and kitchen as well as a freezer, fridge, microwave and a coffee machine.
CARAVAN PARK FACILITIES
- A well-kept ablution block with a separate disabled toilet and shower.
- Coin operated laundry
- Gas barbecues in an outdoor kitchen
- Well-lit grounds
- Lots of trees & lawn camping areas
- Dump Point
- Lawn Oval
- Second hand clothing and book store
- Campfires with wood
- Play areas for children
Day trips from Carrieton to Hawker, Wilpena, Wilmington, Melrose, Port Augusta, Orroroo, Peterborough and many places of interest. The Johnburg Loop Tour which travels through the Oladdie Hills following the postal route. It starts at the caravan park and there is a brochure available to guide you on your way.
The Carrieton Caravan park is known for its friendly atmosphere, the community feel, and the rural scenes. We look forward to welcoming your to Carrieton.
Carrieton Caravan Park (08) 8658 9090
Proudly established & owned by the Carrieton Progress Association.