About Springbok Caravan Park
Springbok Caravan Park is located just outside of town on the road to the airport and has campsites that include water and electricity. There is a pool and laundry service available as well.
We offer 55 caravan sites, all with warm water in the ablutions and electricity at each stand. We have another seven self-catering units for people who want to have the camping experience but without the actual tents and caravans. There is a large swimming pool for the hot days in summer. Laundry services can be arranged on request. We are wheelchair friendly.
Springbok Caravan Park is situated in the small town of Springbok on the N7 between Cape Town and Namibia. Only an hour from the Namibian border, it is the perfect stopover on your trip. Whether you are coming to see the flowers or coming to explore Namaqualand, Springbok Caravan Park is the perfect place to stay.
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Things to do in and around Springbok
(5.7 km from Springbok)
Lying about 70 km north of Kamieskroon and 15 km southeast of Springbok, Goegap Nature Reserve is a fantastic place to kick off your flower trip. Bearing in mind that the best route to travel for a flower trip is north to south so that you see the...
(55.1 km from Springbok)
Padlopers, birds, butterflies and blomme Just 17km northwest of Kamieskroon is the Skilpad section of Namaqua National Park. Twitchers and butterfly afficionados love it and it's worth spending a few days here - even in ‘bad years’ the sandy plains...
(71.8 km from Springbok)
The grave of Charles James Darter, a sharpshooter born in Cape Town and part of the British Army. Darter was killed in an ambush in 1902. His grave is located just North of Kamieskroon on the N7, and is popularly referred to as the smallest piece of...
(99.4 km from Springbok)
Hondeklipbaai Lighthouse beams light flashes and a fog signal warning ships passing Port Nolloth along the West Coast that there is imminent danger. The new white and red tower was constructed in 2006 to replace the old stilt structure that...