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Lakeside CampGround Purnong SA

its actually off the Purnong road from Mannum to Purnong Landing at Caurnamont.....turn right on dirt road to campground about 1klm theres an old shed on right.on a bend . opposite the second gateway on left ...

its not free but at $12 a night for 2 its good value....has toilets and showers near the big shed..they are besser block samon pinkish coloured


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Looks like a nice peaceful spot!
I have a mate that has just bought a shack at Purnong so might have to check this campground out when we go up there this easter. Will be interesting to see how busy it gets.....
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Last year I went there 4 times....including Xmas.....March was only time I went there......when there were more than 5 setups....most times on our own.........you will enjoy it......and theres no boats on the lake...but the Murray is just on other side.

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Nice to see the place with water, we use to go there a couple of years ago when living in Adelaide but back then there was no water in sight.
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Lakeside CampGround Purnong SA

its actually off the Purnong road from Mannum to Purnong Landing at Caurnamont.....turn right on dirt road to campground about 1klm theres an old shed on right.on a bend . opposite the second gateway on left ...

its not free but at $12 a night for 2 its good value....has toilets and showers near the big shed..they are besser block samon pinkish coloured


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The Family and I have just returned after 3 nights at this campground, it was Awesome ! Its owned by a Elderly Couple Linsey and Mareen, they charged us $15 per night. The Best Things about This Place is that It's Kid Friendly ! with No Speed Boats/Jet Skis Allowed and the Lagoon is Max 5 ft deep in the Middle, so take your Boogy Boards and Canoes, or Hire one of theirs for $15 per day or $10 Half. There is Nice Rain Water behind the Owners House across the road. The Grass is Nice and Green and a Few Tree to Park the Rigs Under. If you want to take the Speed Boat the Ramp is not far either. Its a bit Basic but Very Quiet. Can't wait to go back again !
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Have to agree a great place been their several times now. Stayed there from the 28th Dec to 1st Jan this year and had a ball. New Years eve they even put on a free sausage sizzle, music & a laser light show. Will be going back at least once probably mid year so we can have a camp fire.
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