Takkieskloof Caravan Park

Takkieskloof is the only one of the municipal campsites that’s not situated by the beach and therefor it’s one of a kind! Here you have the famous Sleeping Beauty mountain peak in the Langeberg Mountain watching over you while you prepare your meal over the fire. The next morning she will still be sleeping as you pack up your tent for another day of adventuring on the back roads. This is a popular stopover between the Klein Karoo in the north and the Garden Route. Intrepid travellers who seeks something off the national road, coming from the east (Mossel Bay), usually head to Herbertsdale and Van Wyksdorp via the Cloete’s Pass. From there to Ladismith and then over Garcia Pass to Riversdale. None of them are ever disappointed by this scenic drive, offering vast Karoo landscapes and rural tranquility. After your stay at Takkieskloof you can continue on with the back road to Heidelberg, or via Gysmanshoek Pass back to Route 62.

Contact
Takkieskloof Caravan Park
Telephone: +27 (0)28 713 7916
Email: takkieskloof@hessequa.gov.za
Address: Truter Street, Riversdale, 6670

· Swimming pool
· 6 people per site
· No bedding provided
Season: R190 camping / R665 chalet / R440 overnight room
Off Season: R160 camping / R530 chalet / R360 overnight room

*Season: 01 Dec – 10 Jan
**Camping rates are for 6 people per site + 1 vehicle (sites have electric points)

click on the follwing link for a campsite form

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