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Campsites. Namibia.

The map shows the campsites that we used on our trips to Namibia in 2013 and 2014.

Below the map is information about them, listed in alphabetical order. You can click on the places on the map or scroll down the page.

Aba-Huab Community Campsite. August 2014.

Location: S20 32 56.4 E14 23 54.6

Cost: N$260 for 2 people, 1 night.

Ablutions: Very basic.  No hot water when we were there.  We used our bush shower.

Electric: Yes

Sites: There are several places to camp alongside a dry river bed plus more further back.

Other: This is a busy community campsite with lots of overland trucks because of its proximity to Twefelfontein Rock Art site. There’s a bar and restaurant.
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Ai-Ais Hot Springs Resort. May 2013.

Location: S27 55 04.8 E17 29 20.4.

Contact: Namibia Wildlife Resorts. www.nwr.com.na/nwr_camps.html
+264 61 285 7200.

Cost: N$125 pppn. Credit cards accepted.

Ablutions: Clean. There are 2 ablution blocks with hot water plus separate kitchen/washing areas.

Electric: Yes.

Sites: The campsite is next to the Fish River. Some sites have shade. Each site has a braai, cold water tap (drinking water) and electric point..

Other: There's an outside hot pool and an indoor one. The indoor one cost N$10 pppd for campers. When we were there there was a problem with baboons who were around early every morning tipping over the unsecured bins. The Fish River Canyon entrance gate is 70km from the resort.
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Amanzi River Camp. May 2013.

Location: S28 41 59.7 E17 31 59.3. Next to the Orange River and just 17km from the Noordoewer border post.

Contact: www.amanzitrails.co.za +264 63 297255

Cost: N$80 pppn plus N$40 per vehicle per night.

Ablutions: There's 1 ablution block. Clean. Hot showers.

Electric: Yes.

Sites: The campsite is beside the Orange River. There are a range of different sized sites. Ours was large with good shade right next to the river and has a boma, braai, cold water tap (drinking water) and sink.

Other: You can hire a canoe for the day for N$75. They also do 3 or 4 day canoe river trips.
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Bwabwata National Park. Nambwa Community Rest Camp. July 2013.

Location: S17.87499 E23.31760. 14km south of the B8 on the western side of the Kwando River.

Cost: Camp: N$ 110 pppn. Park fees: N$10 for Namibians, N$30 for SADAC residents & N$40 for others plus N$10 per vehicle.

Ablutions: 1 rustic block for 3 sites. Clean. Each block has 4 toilets and 4 showers plus a central area for washing. Hot water. (solar geyser and donkey boiler).

Electric: No.

Sites: There are 6 sites on an island along one of the main channels of the Kwando River. Each site has a fire base and a cold water tap - river water so it needs boiling before drinking.

Other: You'll need a 4x4 and low ratio as the track to the site is sandy (we let the tyres down to 1 bar). There's a platform in a large tree which overlooks the nearby swamps. We saw lechwe and impala every day and elephants on several occassions. You need to go to the Susuwe office to pay the Park fees before you drive to the campsite where you pay separately for camping.
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Camp Chobe. July 2013

Location: S17.89927 E24.72124. The entrance is a few km north of the Ngoma border post with Botswana.

Contact: www.campchobe.com +264 81 8000 762

Cost: N$120 pppn. Credit cards accepted.

Ablutions: Each site has its own ablutions with a shower and toilet and an outside sink. Clean. Hot water (donkey boiler).

Electric: No.

Sites: There are 3 sites by the Chobe River. Each site has a fire base and a covered area with a sink and cold water tap.

Other: This is a new camp which only opened in November 2012. There's a pool, bar and restaurant at the nearby lodge (within walking distance). The lodge offers boat trips.
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Cape Cross Lodge. August 2014.

Location:

Contact: www.capecross.org

Cost:

Ablutions: Clean.  Hot showers.

Electric: The generator is switched on during the evening.

Sites: Marked pitches with a bit of a windbreak.  There’s a sink (cold water),work surface and braai at each site.  No shade.

Other: This is a new campsite and was quite busy.  There’s a bar, restaurant and entertainments room.
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Etosha National Park.

There are 3 campsite inside the park and we spent a few days at each of them. It's expensive to stay at the rest camps but we prefer to stay there rather than having to drive into the park on a daily basis from the camps near the entrance gates.

This is the only park that we booked in advance (while we were in Windhoek) and we were able to change some of the dates/camps easily once in the Park as it was fairly quiet just before the South African school holidays in June. July to September are very busy in Etosha as they get lots of European travellers then.

Contact: Namibia Wildlife Resorts. www.nwr.com.na/nwr_camps.html and www.nwrnamibia.com +264 61 285 7200.

Etosha - Okaukuejo Rest Camp. August 2014.

Location: S19.18161 E15.91743

Cost: Camp: N$200 per site per night plus N$110 pppn. Park fees: N$30 for Namibians, N$60 for SADAC residents & N$80 for others plus N$10 per vehicle. Credit cards accepted.

Ablutions: Not many blocks considering the size of the campsite. Clean. Hot water.

Electric: Yes.

Sites: Most sites have a braai and a cold tap (drinking water) nearby. Some also have a table. Very few have any shade.

Other: This is the most popular campsite in the park and can get very full. You're given a site number when you book in on arrival but you should be able to change it if you see another site that you prefer. We liked the sites furthest from the ablutions (numbers 28 to 36) as you could see animals passing by next to the fence and they were away from the large safari trucks. In the dry season the waterhole has a constant procession of anmals visiting it and at night it's floodlit and you're almost guaranteed to see black rhino. In the evening black-backed jackal are always around so make sure that you don't leave anything out. There's a pool, bar, restaurant and shop.
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Etosha - Halali Rest Camp. August 2014.

Location: S19.03652 E16.47048

Cost: N$200 per site per night plus N$100 pppn. Park fees: N$30 for Namibians, N$60 for SADAC residents & N$80 for others plus N$10 per vehicle. Credit cards accepted.

Ablutions: Plenty of ablution blocks. Clean. Hot water. The best ablutions of the 3 sites in Etosha.

Electric: Yes.

Sites: Most have a braai and there are cold water taps (drinking water) nearby. Quite a few sites have shade.

Other: Thiis is the quietest of the 3 rest camps in Etosha. You can walk or drive to the watehole which is floodlit at night. The fresh water outlet is close to the seating area so elephants are often quite close. There's a pool, bar, restaurant and shop.
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Etosha - Namutoni Rest Camp. June 2013.

Location: S18.80538 E16.94191

Cost: N$200 per site per night plus N$110 pppn. Park fees: N$30 for Namibians, N$60 for SADAC residents & N$80 for others plus N$10 per vehicle. Credit cards accepted.

Ablutions: Clean. Hor water.

Electric: Yes

Sites: Grassy sites, most have a braai, table, a nearby cold water tap (drinking water) and many have good shade There's a pool, bar, restaurant and shop.

Other: This is the smallest and nicest of the Etosha Rest Camps. The watehole is rather overcrowded with reeds and often fairly quiet although we did see a black rhino early one evening. There's a pool, bar, restaurant and shop.
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Hakos Guest Farm. June 2013.

Location: S23.23812 E16.35671. Near the top of the Gamsberg Pass on the C26.

Contact: www.hakos-astrofarm.com/hakos_e.htm +264 62 572111

Cost: N$100 pppn. Credit cards accepted.

Ablutions: Clean. Hot showers ( gas geyser).

Electric: No.

Sites: There are 4 sites which each have a covered area for shade.

Other: At around 1800 metres this is one of the highest sites in Namibia so it can get cold and windy in the winter but the views are superb. The farm has an observatory and offers 'star' tours which cost N$360 for up to 4 people and then N$90 per person. There's a pool, bar and restaurant.
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Helmeringhausen Hotel. May 2014.

Location: S25 53 29.4 E16 49 24.5.

Contact: www.helmeringhausen.com +264 63 283307. The website only has info about the hotel but there is a campsite next to the hotel.

Cost: N$125pppn. Credit cards accepted.

Ablutions: Clean. Hot showers (donkey boiler).

Electric: No.

Sites: One large site and several smaller ones. We were the only people there so had the large site which has shade, a braai, table, sink and tap.

Other: A useful stopover point. The hotel serves drinks and meals. There's a general store across the road which has just about everthing, tins, packets, household goods etc etc - the only things there isn't much of is fresh food. You cannot book the campsite in advance.
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Kalizo Lodge. Sept 2013.

Location: 40km east of Katima on thebanks of the Zambezi.
S17 32 25.1 E24 33 59.8

Contact: www.kalizolodge.com

Cost: N$110pppn. Credit cards accepted.

Ablutions: Clean. Hot water.

Electric:. Yes.

Sites: Several sites, some are next to the river and some have shade.

Other: There's a pool and restaurant. The lodge came under new ownership in Dec 2012 and work to improve the lodge is being undertaken. Being on the Zambezi it is, of course, a fishing lodge but also offers birding boat trips. We did one of these and had excellent sightings of african skimmers and a colony of carmine bee-eaters.
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Klein-Aus Vista. May 2014.

Location: S26 39 22.3 E16 14 02.7. A few km to the West of Aus on the Luderitz road.

Contact: www.klein-aus-vista.com +264 63 258116

Cost: N$100pppn. Credit cards accepted.

Ablutions: There's 1 ablution block. Clean. Hot water (gas geyser).

Electric: No.

Sites: There are 10 sites each set under a shady tree. Each site has a windbreak, table, braai, and cold water tap (drinking water).

Other: There are several walks on the property. The morning view from the viewpoint is worth the walk. There's a bar and restaurant at the lodge which is about 2km away and free wi-fi internet access there. It's 20 km to Garub, the viewpoint for the wild horses and 120km to the ghost diamond mining town of Kolmanskop.
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Mariental - RIverside Camp. May 2014.

Location: S24 37 31.9 E17 57 15.7. On the outskirts of Mariental.

Contact: www.riverchalets.com +264 63 240515.

Cost: N$80 pppn.

Ablutions: Clean. Hot showers.

Electric: Yes.

Sites: There are currently just 2 sites each with its own toilet/shower and a covered area with a braai, sink hot and cold (drinking) water and a large worksurface.

Other: A useful stopover on the edge of Mariental where there are a couple of supermarkets (Spar and Shoprite) an internet cafe, garages and several other shops. They are in the process of building more camping sites.
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Mudumo National Park - Nakatwa Camp. July 2014.

Location: S18.18061 E23.45242. On the eastern bank of the Kwando River. The entrance is 43 km south of Kongola. The C49 is currently being upgraded to a tar road but it could be some time before it's ccompleted...

Cost: Park fees: N$10 for Namibians, N$30 for SADAC residents & N$40 for others plus N$10 per vehicle. Currently there's no charge for camping as the sites hace no facilities.

Ablutions: 1 long-drop toilet.

Electric: No.

Sites: There are 3 sites, all are next to the river. We stayed at site 3 which is easily the one with the best view of the river.

Other: You'll need a 4x4 and low ratio as the track to the site is sandy (we let the tyres down to 1 bar). We saw lots of elephants every day plus zebra, roan antelope, wildebeest, baboons, monkeys and warthog at the inlet close to the campsite. We collected water from the river for washing and boiled it for drinking
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Namib Naukluft Park Northern Section. August 2014.

We stopped at 2 campsites in the northern area of the Park: Ganub and Groot Tinkas. This part of the park is adminstered by a different section of the National Parks Board to the other National Parks. You need a permit to enter this section of the park. You have to pay for the permit and the camping either in Swakopmund or Windhoek as they do not take booking by phone.
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Namib Naukluft Park Northern Section. Ganub Camp. Aug 2014.

Location: S23 05 48.5 E15 30 46.0

Cost: N$360 for 4 people & 2 vehicles for 2 nights.

Ablutions: A long drop toilet.

Electric: No.

Sites: There are 3 sites by a dry river bed which share the long drop.  There’s some shade from large camelthorn trees.

Other: Other:  There’s a pumped waterhole a couple of km away where we saw oryx, springbok, giraffe, warthog and mountain zebra.
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Namib Naukluft Park Northern Section. Groot Tinkas Camp. Aug 2014.

Location: S22 51 14.7 E15 28 30.3

Cost: N$360 for 4 people & 2 vehicles for 2 nights.

Ablutions: A long drop toilet.

Electric: No.

Sites: There are 3 sites in a vlei which had a bit of water in when we were there.  No shade.

Other: The nearby Groot TInkas dam was completely dry and looked like it has been for a while. 
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Namib Naukluft Park Southern Section.

We stopped at 4 campsites in the southern area of the Park: Hammerstein Lodge, Naukluft Mountain Park, Sesriem Rest Camp and Tsauchab River Camp. Hammerstein and Tsauchab are private camps close to the Park.
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Namib Naukluft. Hammerstein Lodge. August 2014.

Location: S24 52 17.9 E16 10 43.3. On the C19 and 72km to the SE of Sesriem.

Contact: www.hammerstein.com.na +264 63 693 111

Cost: N$140pppn. Credit cards accepted.

Ablutions: There are a couple of shower/toilet rooms near the pool. Clean. Hot showers.

Electric: Yes.

Sites: There are just 3 sites, 2 of which are under large camelthorn trees. Each site has a large table, tap (drinking water) and electric point.

Other: There's a large lodge near the campsite which can have lots of overnight visitors but it's quiet at the campsite. You can go on a 'cat walk' for N$80 per person. They have 2 pairs of caracal, 2 cheetah and 1 leopard. You will go into an enclosure with one pair of caracals and also into the one with 2 very friendly cheetah. The leopard was alo hand reared but it is now considered too dangerous to go into it's enclosure but it came right next to the fence by us. There's a pool, bar and restaurant at the lodge and wi-fi costs N$30.
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Namib Naukluft. Naukluft Mountain Park. May 2013.

Location: S24.26556 E16.23923.

Contact: Namibia Wildlife Resorts. www.nwr.com.na/nwr_camps.html
+264 61 285 7200.

Cost: camping: N$100 pppn. Park fees: N$10 for Namibians, N$30 for SADAC residents & N$40 for others plus N$10 per vehicle.

Ablutions: There's 1 block at the 'old' campsite (numbers 1 to 10). Clean. Hot showers.

Electric: No.

Sites: There are 10 shady sites on 2 terraces next to the river which had water in it when we were there.

Other: There are plans to build another ablutions block for the 'new' campsite.
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Namib Naukluft. Sesriem Rest Camp. May 2013.

Location: S24.48520 E15.79946

Contact: Namibia Wildlife Resorts. www.nwr.com.na/nwr_camps.html
+264 61 285 7200.

Cost: camping: N$125 pppn. Park fees: N$30 for Namibians, N$60 for SADAC residents & N$80 for others plus N$10 per vehicle. Credit cards accepted.

Ablutions: There are several blocks around the campsite.Clean. Hot water.

Electric: Yes

Sites: Mostly large marked pitches with electric and a braai. Several are enclosed by a small wall.

Other: If you stay at Sesriem Rest camp you're allowed into the Park an hour before sunrise which gives you time to get to Sussulvlei (60km) for sunrise and you can stay in the Park until an hour after sunset. If you stay at other campsites you can only enter the gates at sunrise and have to leave by sunset.
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Namib Naukluft. Tsauchab River Camp. May 2013.

Location: S24.44391 E16.17014

Contact: www.tsauchab.com +264 63 293 416

Cost: N$135 per site plus N$80 pppn.

Ablutions: Each site has its own shower and toilet. Clean. Hot water (donkey boiler)

Electric: No.

Sites: There are several sites well spaced out in the bush. As it was quiet when we were there we had one of the larger sites (Bustard) which was a couple of kilometres from the main lodge. All sites have good shade from wild fig trees.

Other: The owners, Johan & Nicky, will make you very welcome. There's a bar and pool at the lodge and also lots of iron-art sculptures made by Johan from scraps of metal. There are several well-marked walking trails and you can drive to some natural springs.
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Otjiwa Game Ranch. June 2014.

Location: S20.76030 E16.79456

Contact: www.otjiwalodge.com +264 67 306 671

Cost: N$100 pppn. Credit cards accepted.

Ablutions: Rustic. Clean. Hot showers.

Electric: Yes.

Sites: There are 3 large sites (we stayed at one of these) which all have good shade and share an ablutions block. There are some other smaller sites as well with a separate ablutions block.

Other: A useful place to stop between Windhoek and Etosha. There's a bar, restaurant, pool and free wi-fi internet access at the lodge which is within walking distance of the campsite.
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Outjo. Buschfeld Park Lodge. August 2014.

Location: A few km north of Outjo.
S20 05 40.5 E16 07 37.3

Contact: +267 67 313 665. +264 81 148 2636

Cost: N$110pppn.

Ablutions: Clean. Hot water.

Electric: Yes.

Sites: There are 8 small grassed sites.  Some have a braai and a few have some shade.

Other: There’s a bar, restaurant and pool.  There’s a small waterhole nearby so small buck are sometimes at the site. 
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Rundu. n'Kwazi Lodge. Sept 2013.

Location: 11km east of Rundu.
S17 51 59.8 E19 54 26.6

Contact: www.nkwazilodge.com

Cost: N$60pppn.

Ablutions: Clean. Hot water.

Electric: Generator in the evening.

Sites: A few sites behind the lodge. Most have some shade.

Other: There's a pool.
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Rostock Ritz Desert Lodge. August 2014.

Location: S23 31 53.8 E15 48 36.4

Contact: www.rostock-ritz-desert-lodge.com

Cost: N$512 for 4 poeple for 1 night.

Ablutions: Hot water from a donkey boiler – light it yourself (wood is provided). 

Electric: No.

Sites: There are 4 sites at the foot of a hill overlooking open plains.  Each site has a small shade structure over a braai area, otherwise there’s no shade.

Other: On the hillside above the site is a communal are with a covered boma and an open area with a large fire pit with great views.  The Lodge is several km away and has a bar and restaurant. There are some hiking trails - a map is available at the Lodge.
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Roy's Rest Camp. June 2013.

Location: S19.23298 E18.49990

Contact:www.roysrestcamp.com +264 67 240302

Cost: N$95 pppn

Ablutions: Rustic. Clean. Hot water (donkey boiler).

Electric: No

Sites: There are 10 sites of varying sizes with a braai and water tap nearby. . Some have shade.

Other: A useful stopover on the way to/from the Caprivi. There's a bar, restaurant and pool. There are some short walking trails.
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Shamvura Camp. June 2013.

Location: S18.03429 E20.86098

Contact: www.shamvura.com +264 66 264 007 or +264 81 241 7473

Cost:

Ablutions: Rustic. Clean. 2 hot water showers/toilets. Outside washing up area (hot water - donkey boiler). There's a covered central boma attached to the ablutions.

Electric: There are electric points at the boma but you'll need a long lead.

Sites: 6 sites which are spaced out in the bush. All have an enclosed braai area and cold water tap.

Other: Mark & Charlie (and their menagerie) will make you very welcome. The lodge is on high ground next to the Okavango River and specialised in birding escursions. There's a bar, pool and wi-fi internet access.
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Swakopmund. Alte Brucke Holiday Resort. August 2014.

Location: At the southern end of Swakopmund.
S22 41 10.4 E14 31 34.2

Contact: www. altebrucke.com

Cost: N$580 for 4 people at 1 site, 1 night.

Ablutions: Each site has its own shower and toilet which can be locked.  Hot water from solar panel.

Electric: Yes.

Sites: Marked sites on grass.  Each site has its own ablutions, an outside sink, braai and a bench seat.

Other: Wi-fi is available (N$ 50 for 300mb) but you need to be in the reception area to get good internet access. Crime is a problem in Swakopmund.  We were advised at reception to lock all our valuables in our ablutions room. 
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Tirasberg. Namtib Boisphere Reserve. July 2014.

Location: S26 01 10.8 E16 14 51.2

Contact: www.namtib.net +264 63 683055

Cost: N$90pppn.

Ablutions: Spotless. Hot water from a donkey boiler - you light it yourself, wood is provided.

Electric: No.

Sites: There are several sites, the ones further from the ablutions are set under large camelthorn trees with a braai - we used one of these. There's a sink and tap at the ablutions.

Other: Superb views. You might see springbok and oryx passing by and also the herd of over 1000 sheep which the shepherds take out every day. We walked along the foot of the mountain behind the camp and up the valley into the gorge where there were still some rock pools.
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Windhoek. We've stayed a 3 campsites close to Windhoek.
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Windhoek. Arabbusch Travel Lodge.June 2013.

Location: S22.61143 E17.08616

Contact: www.arebbusch.com

Cost: N$80pppn (pensioners' rates!)

Ablutions: Clean. Hot water.

Electric: Yes

Sites: Most sites have shade from trees or an awning and a braai.

Other: There's a bar, restaurant, pool and free internet access at the lodge. The lodge is next to the main B1 road on the southern edge of Windhoek. It's handy for getting into Windhoek but the traffic noise is very noticable at night.
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Windhoek. Country Vinyard. August 2014.

Location: A few km from Windhoek on the airport road.
S22 35 16.0 E17 08 38.6

Contact: www.vineyardcountrystay.com +264 81 124 3620

Cost: N$110pppn.

Ablutions: The best!  Your own private shower, sink and toilet.  Plenty of hot water from solar panels.

Electric: Yes.

Sites: There are 8 marked sites on grass.  Each has its own ablutions, braai and outside sink. 

Other: Very convenient for Windhoek.  You do get noise from the road.
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Windhoek. Monteiro.July 2014.

Location: 11km south of Windhoek.
S22 42 02.0 E17 04 51.7

Contact: +264 88 617852. www.monteironamibia.com

Cost: N$100pppn

Ablutions: Clean.  Hot showers.

Electric: Yes.

Sites: Several of the sites have shade structures and most have windbreaks.  We were just able to raise our roof between the roof trusses but there was no room to put out the awning.  There are electric points and a tap at each site and some have a grassed area.

Other: There’s a pool. The site is quite close to the main B1 so you do get some traffic noise.
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