The Coonalpyn Caravan Park (also known as the Coonalpyn Soldiers Memorial Caravan Park) is a perfect spot for travellers to rest while on the busy Adelaide to Melbourne touring route.
Set amongst park like settings with ample shade the Coonalpyn Caravan Park offers a welcome rest for the weary traveller. During the warmer months travelers can cool down by taking advantage of the community swimming pool situated next door.
Within walking distance visitors can discover the spectacular silos (which were painted by renowned artist Guido van Helten in February 2017) and the Coonalpyn Arts Trail. Country hospitality is around the corner and at it’s best with good old fashioned service at the local hotel, bakery, coffee shop and quirky roadside waffle and jaffle shop.
The Caravan Park is also pet and RV friendly and offers discounts to CMCA Members wishing to utilize the unpowered sites.
Families travelling can keep the kids active and entertained in the neighboring park like surrounds which contains a playground with a ‘Hoopinator’, a BMX Track, seasonal swimming pool, BBQ
22 powered sites
20+ unpowered sites
CMCA Dollar Wise Park
Barbeque Carpark Children's Pool Dump point Family Family Friendly Free Wifi Outdoor Furniture Playground Swimming Pool
Powered site (2 people) $22.00
Extra person powered site $6.00
Un-powered site $16.00
un-powered site (2 people) $10.00
Extra person un-powered site $2.00
The Coonalpyn Caravan Park is a self service park visitors are asked to pay by cash and use the honesty box located near disabled toilets.