A stunning Caravan Park with a State Heritage Listed office (Old Stables)offering a variety of Accomodation styles,lush green lawn sites for Caravaners and those Camping. We are pet friendly (except Easter and Christmas period 24 December to 8 January approx the office can advise) We do have allocated Pet Friendly cabins but can only be booked with office direct . Pets must be advised on booking.Conditions do apply.
Beautifully situated on approximately 7 acres the park is generally sheltered from the sea breezes. Robe’s Lakeside Tourist Park in South Australia is nestled amongst trees on the shores of picturesque Lake Fellmongery. This pretty caravan park has heritage history and is a lovely quiet spot for a holiday – Lakeside Robe offers the perfect respite from a hectic lifestyle.
Lakeside caravan park is a short stroll to the beach and Robe SA town centre. Robe SA is known for its historic buildings, quality restaurants, quaint shops and art galleries. . A scenic coastal walk or drive delivers breathtaking views of Robe’s beaches and fishing boat harbour. Iconic Long Beach has 11 kilometers of magnificent beach. Enjoy sumptuous meals of local produce including crayfish and wine. Robe South Australia is the heritage centre of seafood, wine and coastal delights.
Many visitors return to Lakeside year after year to experience Robe’s simple pleasures of swimming, boating, fishing, diving or surfing. No visit is complete without indulging in our fresh local South Australian crayfish or shark. For others, the local Mount Benson wineries with their cellar door sales and tastings are a must. Visit nearby Cape Jaffa Wines, which are the first fully certified biodynamic vineyard on the Limestone Coast, quite an achievement & delicious wines as well! The famous Coonawarra SA wine region is also only an hour’s drive away. Watch the Robe Easter Classic Surfing competition at Stony Rise beach.
Come and admire our unique office in the heritage-listed stables and see our famous “pug & post” floor, all part of the historical Lakeside Robe’s South Australian experience.