The chalet style cabins are beautifully simple inside. They are all pine lined and have aged to that golden yellow which makes pine feel warm and homely. All cabins have kitchen facilities which include a small stove, microwave, fridge and utensils. The cabins are basically in two halves, one side has a double bed and the en-suite area, the other has the kitchenette, a lounge area and a set of bunks. In all cabins the couch folds out to a double bed as well, allowing those cabins two double beds and a set of bunks.
Fortunately the park has been laid out with the camper and not the banker in mind, ie the sites haven’t been squeezed in at all. All of the powered sites are within about 40 meters of the amenities block (which is never locked) and all have direct access to beautiful clean water. Many sites are also surrounded by low trees which can act as a wind break. There are about 42 powered sites available on the park, and most sites can handle any length van or mobile home with ease.
The unpowered sites are located on two individual areas of about 2 acres of well kept grassland which is protected by a range of native and pine trees. The unpowered sites are about 45 meters away from the amenities block. Campers have the opportunity to camp wherever they like within these areas which does almost ensure maximum privacy for those seeking it.
The park does offer an unserviced option for self contained vans which is based upon dump point usage and water. This option is open for groups of travelling vehicles with a minimum group size of three vehicle.