About Yellowwood Forest
Yellowwood Forest offers an unconventional camping experience for nature lovers and family holidays. This unique forest retreat on the bank of the Inchara River is 1km from Morgan bay beach. Its 30 camp sites, rustic self catering cabins and new luxury self catering Cob Cottage, all break with tradition in a variety of delightful ways.
Yellowwood is a peaceful place surrounded by enormous trees and lush riverine vegetation; a tranquil, bird watchers paradise. This Eco-friendly site is protected from the wind and sun. It has a gift shop, licensed tea garden restaurant, pizzeria and Dstv sport on the big screen. Wireless Internet and pre-paid vouchers are available and there’s firewood for sale.
There are bunnies, guinea pigs, birds and a magical playground with a tree house. The decks, ladders, bridge, swings, slides, trampolines, toys, bikes and carts will keep kids amused, so come hungry and make yourself at home.
The river has a small natural swimming hole with high rocks surrounding it from which to do bomb drops and forest trails to explore. Bring your bicycle! A short walk / ride away is the Morgan Bay dam for Bass fishing, swimming and canoeing.
Please note that the riverside campsites are situated next to the river. Be warned during unusual flood conditions, that we cannot accept responsibility for any natural disasters, acts of God, accidents or mishaps that may occur as a result of staying in this wild and beautiful place.
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