- Posted by Push Adventures
- On January 22, 2016
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- accessible, big 4, camping, caravan park, disability, Renmark, Riverland, South australia, travel
Renmark was to be our first camping trip with a toddler and I was really excited about the experience, growing up with lots of family camping trips it’s something I want to share with my family. So with some great friends in tow we booked a weekend at the Renmark Riverfront Caravan Park and had a fantastic weekend that came and went way too fast.
We booked a powered camping site close to the accessible facilities and the pool! Setting up the tents with toddlers running around was slightly exhausting, but thanks to some friendly holiday makers and some ducks, they were able to entertain the boys while we got the tents up.
Setting up camping sites is something that we really want to incorporate into our business, as camping is not something that people would necessarily consider as an accessible holiday. Therefore we will be working closely with caravan park owners and local tourism offices to develop a strategy to assist people with limited mobility that want to go camping to be able to do so.
Entertainment was a plenty at this caravan park, from all the water sports to playgrounds, to indoor toddler and games rooms, there really was something for everyone. Even the budding masterchef that was missing their home kitchen wouldn’t feel forgotten in the impressive camp kitchen.
The caravan park is just a short stroll from the town along a sealed path. This path takes you all the way to the Renmark club, cafes and shops.
There’s lots to like about this place and you barely need to leave the caravan park, we’ll definitely be heading back soon.