Stuart Park (Weeroona Bay Football Club) - SA RVFT

Private Campground - South Australia


Weeroona Bay Football Club is strictly self-contained caravans and motorhomes only.  No camper trailers, sliders, tents, etc allowed.

We have the following facilities available for guests available for a low rate:
- Non-powered sites
- Toilet 

Please contact Kay VanWeezep on 0458 600 036 for all self-contained accommodation enquiries.

There is a dump point nearby but it is not on site.

Maximum 7 day stay.

Great level gravel campsite. Each site individually numbered. Good for self contained vans and motor homes. There are a couple of handy clothesline’s. There is a single unisex toilet for those that need it. Dump point and potable water at the Showgrounds nearby.

Very handy place to stop in Whyalla, open area and flat! Friendly caretaker came round to collect the $10 night fee. Road traffic noise but quiet after 11pm.

We found this park very welcoming and enjoyed our stay. Whyalla has a new jetty, beautiful both day and night (illuminated). A much larger city than first thought. Sites within this park are spacious and level and well designed. Kay visits each night to collect fees.

Further to my earlier review and another day passing this place is even better than what I first wrote. The couple who look after the campers here live just across the road and she calls round just when you are about to leave with a bag of goodies for your morning tea on the road. I received two anzac biscuits 4 small slices of chocolate slice and another 4 small slices a pressed slice made with cereal. All nicely packaged etc. This is a common daily touch by this lady (Kay). What a wonderful gesture. I have decided to stay another day!

Lovely clean well organised low cost camp spot. Fabulous caretakers. A lovely surprise this morning Don delivered ANZAC biscuits complete with a sprig of rosemary. Highly recommend this spot

Stayed here on our way to WA. Large flat area with plenty of room to pick a spot. Is a little removed from the main town so need transport to get around.

Nice open flat hard packed gravel area - some shade. Clean amenities

Basically camped on a car park but there is a patch of green grass you could open onto if you're lucky. There's a clothes line in the middle of the grassy area. Friendly people at the club. Lovely lady comes around to collect your $10 each afternoon and she came back in the morning with a little bag of home baked treats enough to last us 3 morning teas.

Lovely place to stay, caretaker Kay is a gem. Bought home made biscuits around just before we left for our morning tea.

Stayed here overnight - only motorhome there - $10 no power but toilets and showers and shade. Sign says no caravans but there were 2 further over from where we were. I asked the caretaker and she said the prohibition was forced on them by local caravan parks but they did not enforce it as they only came around in the evening after everyone was setup. Facilities basic but clean. Shower only in ladies I think and a broken door on toilet which was to be fixed the next day according to caretaker. A very large open area available for even the biggest rigs. Keys for amenities are hung in a nearby tree with a big sign and you help yourself - bit different - why bother with locks at all?

Great place to set up, plenty of room for big rigs. Kay is a wonderful person to deal with, Whyalla is a bit of a surprise, good stop over.

A great place to stay and plenty of room for our 19 metre RV. Kay is a lovely caretaker and even came out in the rain to collect fee. Can't comment on amenities as had no reason to use them.

Still no showers. The key to the unisex toilet is on the tree between sites 2 and 3.

Plenty of space friendly and convenient. Cost $10. Good value. Quiet comfortable ??

Great camp stayed 2 nights there are no showers at the moment toilets only Kay was a wonderful Host
Unpowered Site $10.00
Unpowered per vehicle per night