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About Op-die-Plaas Kamp

Op-die-Plaas Kamp is situated on a beautiful working farm named Sandrivier, surrounded by the Klein Swartberg Mountain on one side and the Elandsberg on the other. Due to the altitude, summer months are not that hot, however winter can be very cold. Our farm is located 8 km from the famous Seweweekspoort, allowing an amazing drive through unspoilt nature and over more than 20 river crossings on a well-maintained gravel road.There is no electricity in the campsite, and warm water is with gas geysers. Camp under the blue gum trees or find a spot on the grass at the dam. Remember to bring your fishing gear, as we allow catch and release fishing. Gamkapoort Dam is only 32 km away and is a trip worth making. Activities on our farm include milking the cows, driving with the farmer to check on the sheep and cattle in the field, or swimming in the farm dam to pass the time. We have several routes to explore by foot or mountain bike, as well as a 4x4 route for the more adventurous. The surrounding towns are Ladismith, Calitzdorp and Laingsburg, where you can experience the rich tourism culture, ostriches, wine, cheese-making, and even a flood route.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: an hour
  • Minimum stay: 1 Days
  • Type: Camping and Caravanning
  • Sleeps: 150
  • Check-in: 1:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 7 Reviews


  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Pet Friendly*
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans


  • AA Recommended
* Please enquire for further details.

Op-die-Plaas Kamp Rooms

Reviews for Op-die-Plaas Kamp

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Marguerite Pretorius
02 May 2017

Enjoyed the fact that it was not too busy. We could explore anywhere, Enjoyed the freedom with our doggies. Loved the mountain biking and 4X4 trail.

Brian Faure, South Africa
04 November 2015

A truly awesome place to go visit! The owners were so friendly to us and made us feel very welcome. They helped us with a broken piece of equipment and even let us watch a rugby game at their house. There's plenty to do in the way of driving further into the mountains or hiking. The actual campsite is really beautiful and the facilities are top class too. 

Belinda Mac Donald, South Africa
12 January 2015

We found the camp site on this farm to be lovely, quiet and peaceful. The ablutions are clean and there is plenty of hot water. The drive from Laingsburg through the Klein Swartberg Pass is not to be missed!

Priscilla Beeton, South Africa
30 December 2014

OP die Plaas Camp was a wonderful venue. The first night we had the whole camp to ourselves. The owner even helped us pitch our tent. The owners also went out of their way to solve an ant problem around our tent.

Natascha Horak, South Africa
27 December 2014

We loved our 2-night stay at Op-die-Plaas Kamp! The owners of the farm have designated one part of it for camping, which is right next to a little lake with many local birds. Clean and nicely built ablution blocks with hot water (when the gas works properly).Friendly and helpful couple who offers to charge phones and has ice packs and wood ready if needed.We did have some difficulty finding the place as there are no signs on the mountain pass road for "Op-die-Plaas". You need to turn it at "Zandvliet". There are also no signs on the farm for the campsite, after calling and asking, we eventual...
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Op-die-Plaas Kamp is 9.9km from the centre of Seweweekspoort , the nearest airport 137.2km (George Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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