Alice Springs caravan parks

Alice Springs caravan parks

5 Best Alice Springs caravan parks

There’s one thing Alice Springs does well when it comes to accommodation: caravan parks. In Alice Springs, you can choose from eight different caravan parks.

Around Alice Springs, you’ll find 4 Star caravan parks that have free activities for kids, dog-friendly parks, and bushland parks in a quiet, natural setting.

Here you will find reviews of all Alice Springs caravan parks, both by category and individually.

By using this Alice Springs caravan park guide, you can save time, frustration, and money by finding the right park for your needs.

Alice Springs Tourist Park 

It has long been a favorite among travellers to central Australia, the Alice Springs Tourist Park (formerly Stuart Park Caravan and Camping Tourist Park). Whether you are towing a van, bringing a tent, driving a campervan or looking for onsite accommodation, the park has something for you.

In Alice Springs Tourist Park, you’ll find beautiful shaded camping spots, along with well-appointed cabins. We provide all the services you need, including a fully equipped kiosk, laundry, swimming pool, kids playground, and well-equipped camp kitchens.

Get a taste of the culture and experiences only central Australia can offer. An unforgettable experience is waking up to the sounds of the native birdlife and watching the amazing sunsets in the evening.

In addition to being the closest tourist park to the town centre, Alice Springs Township offers many attractions and convenience.

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Alice Springs Heritage Caravan Park 

Heritage Caravan Park is located approximately 5km south of Alice town center. You can unwind after a long day’s driving at our peaceful location, nestled at the base of the MacDonnell Ranges. We have a variety of shady grassed caravan sites and self-contained cabins on our 10 acre property.

The ever-popular bush camping area spreads over 5 acres and is abundant with lemon scented gum trees. Small contained fires are permitted in this area. As a genuine pet-friendly park, the Heritage Caravan Park also offers pet-friendly accommodation, an off-leash dog run, and a K9000 dog wash.

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MacDonnell Range Holiday Park 

Five minutes from Alice Springs, on sealed Palm Place, you’ll find grassy powered and non-powered sites. If you’re traveling in a caravan, they’re large enough to accommodate an annex or fold-out canvas camper trailer.

With five styles of cabins, campers with young families can opt for air-conditioned comfort for up to six people.

Travelers in motorhomes and early risers who want to stay together can easily use the drive-through sites. Campers and caravanners can mix and mingle at six newly renovated camp kitchens, with new laundries and toilet facilities.

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G’Day Mate 

The Wintersun Cabin and Caravan Park is just 2km from the centre of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory, making it an ideal base for a Red Centre holiday. Just 400m from shops, this dog-free park offers a shaded swimming pool, bathrooms, dishwashing area, camp kitchen and laundry. Cabin accommodation is available in sparkling clean 1-2-bedroom cabins with kitchens, bathrooms and linens, all with reverse cycle air conditioning. There are also shady caravan sites, some grassy and some concrete. Tours and activities can be arranged by the friendly staff of the office, who are well versed in the area.

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Temple Bar Caravan Park

Alice Springs’ Temple Bar Caravan Park is located on Ilparpa Road. For caravans, campers, and motorhomes, there are 28 powered and 4 unpowered sites. There are 16 caravans available for rent on site. There is a great value in the park, and the scenery is breathtaking. There is a dry creek bed nearby where pets can be exercised. There are limited facilities in this park.

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