Discovery Parks - Clare

Caravan Park - South Australia


Stunning scenery all year round, internationally acclaimed wines, fresh produce - and for the kids, wide open spaces to explore. Gateway to the Eyre Peninsula and the South Australian outback, Clare is an hour and a half from Adelaide and our caravan park, Discovery Parks - Clare is just moments from the charming town centre.

Discover the 35 kilometre Riesling Trail, named after the region’s famed grape variety. Walk, ride or run past cellar doors, scenic landscapes, country vistas and rolling hills. At nearby Mintaro, try your hand at giant chess or get lost in Mintaro Maze. Eat, drink and be merry – then do it all again tomorrow.

Accommodation includes unpowered and powered sites and a range of cabins.

Park features

  • BBQ
  • Bouncing pillow
  • Camp kitchen
  • Dump point
  • Family bathroom
  • Hire equipment
  • Kiosk/Store
  • Laundry
  • Playground
  • Sports facilities
  • Swimming pool
  • WiFi
  • Dogs allowed
Stayed here for 4 nights. Our drive through site was quite adequate in size for our 38' RV and Suzuki Grand Vitara which we tow with an a-frame. However our site #12 was right alongside the main road into Clare. Hence the traffic noise was quite substantial during the day and early mornings. There are lots of large gum trees for shade and which have been checked and numbered by arborists which made us feel a bit more comfortable parking under them. The facilities although we are self contained were OK. The Tourism Info Centre is located just next door where you can also have wine tastings and they have Friday evening Happy Hours 5-7pm. Might try it out tonight. There is nil standard TV coverage in Clare. You can hire a TV cable from the office for a small donation which will the pick up all Adelaide stations clearly. We found our site and others a little difficult to maneuver around. Had to do a bit of tooing and froing to exit. Smaller vehicles were OK.

This charming park has wonderful helpful staff. They even carried my refilled gas bottle back to my site. We had two sites over two nights. The first was a drive through. It was fine but the ground was gravel. Our second night was described as a grass site. I guess it is in the right season. In April it was a little dusty but my dogs loved it. The park is adjacent to the best information centre I have ever visited but it is a good way out of town in either direction. TV and radio reception is terrible. The park provides coaxial cables on request. They helped but it was still intermittent.
Unpowered Site $30.00
Per Site, per night (2 Adults) - from

Powered Site $40.00
Per Site, per night (2 Adults) - from