MILANG LAKESIDE CARAVAN PARK
'Life Is Good At The Lake'
Enjoy the tranquil surroundings of the Milang Lakeside Caravan Park on the beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula!
Milang Lakeside Caravan Park is situated on the shores of Lake Alexandrina, Australia's largest permanent fresh water lake system. Just a one-hour drive from Adelaide and 15 minutes from Goolwa, Milang is also a short drive to the premier wine-growing districts of Langhorne Creek and Currency Creek and with its abundant bird life, it is a birdwatchers paradise!
From the moment you arrive at our park we want you to relax. We are happy to park your van if you would like us to. We have lovely grassed, powered and unpowered sites as well as a range of cabins, some offering gorgeous lakeside views. We are proud of our immaculate and accessible amenities. We provide laundry facilities, a camp kitchen and a dump point for our guests.
The Milang Lakeside Caravan Park provides the following services:
- Ensuite Cabins
- Standard Cabins
- On-Site Vans
- Powered Sites (with sullage)
- Unpowered Sites
- Grassed Sites
- Large Rig Friendly Sites
- Pet Friendly (conditions may apply)
- Dump Point
- Fire Pits (in season)
- Camp Kitchen/BBQ
- LP Gas Refills
- Caravan Storage
Rates are based on 2 people per site per night.
|Powered Site||$30 – $32 ($180 per week)||Unpowered Site||$22 – $24 ($132 per week)||Ensuite Cabin||$85 – $90 ($510 per week)||Standard Cabin||$65 – $70 ($390 per week)||On Site Caravan||$55 – $60 ($330 per week)|
Extra guests: $8 per child (aged 15 and under) and $10 per adult.
Self-contained sites: $8
Linen hire is available.
Stay 6 nights and the 7th night is free.
Betty Clark & Bob Werrey
Phone: (08) 8537 0282
GPS: -35.4069444°, 138.9738889°
1 Woodrow Drive
NOTE: We, at the Milang Lakeside Caravan Park, respect your privacy and only collect your name and e-mail address when you contact us by e-mail. We do not sell, rent or otherwise share your personal information with any third party.
Milang is a town steeped in history from the by-gone days of the paddle steamer trade. Once a thriving river port, Milang is now more suited to those who want to just relax and enjoy the peace and tranquility of the area. It is the only town on the shores of Lake Alexandrina and a few buildings of the period remain along with the restored railway station and carriages.
There is an abundance of water sport activities such as sailing, power boating, windsurfing, kite sailing and fishing, or just relax next to the lake. Tennis and lawn bowls is also nearby.
Port Milang Historic Railway Museum has a number of coaches and wagons standing on the original tracks alongside the original station building. These contain an exhibition of photographs and memorabilia of the Port of Milang and its railway. More information here... http://milangrailway.org.au
For those seeking culinary delights there is a hotel with excellent dining, a country bakery and also a number of wineries in the area.
Yesterday's Power Rally is held annually in January, and collectors and enthusiasts from around Australia gather at the oval for a weekend of activities, showcasing machinery and equipment from days gone by, as well as the ever popular Tractor Pull.
Also held annually, in January on the Australia day long weekend, is one of the largest freshwater sailing classics in the world – the Milang-Goolwa Freshwater Classic, which attracts a yearly fleet of up to 250 boats of every shape and size between 14 and 40 feet long. The race in 1986 still holds the record for the largest fleet (584 yachts) to compete in a freshwater race in the southern hemisphere.