Yorketown Caravan Park


With a choice of either cabin or powered sites and clean and tidy amenities, the park offers something for even the most discerning traveller.

The two bedroom cabins can cater for up to 6 people and are fully self contained.  Comfortable beds and reverse cycle heating and cooling means that you are able to relax and enjoy the serenity.

For those who don’t like the lawn, there are a number of neat and clean gravel sites available too.  There really is something for everyone.

The park is able to cater for those with larger rigs and also small tent and swag accommodation.

Prices are subject to change after June 30, 2023 as this Caravan Park is managed by the Yorke Peninsula Council and has to comply with Council’s fees and charges policy. Please note that it is likely that a slight price rise will apply to your booking and therefore the balance of your account could be higher than indicated on your present booking.

Enjoy the activities at Yorketown

Lots to see at Yorketown

In the early days, Yorketown was called ‘Weaners Flat’, because it was where the pastoralists separated the lambs from the ewes. Surrounded by around 200 salt lakes, the town has a history based initially on harvesting those lakes. Today, the crystal formations are a boon for photographers and the red pink to white of some of the lakes catches the eye.

Yorketown owed most of its prosperity in the early days to the salt industry which reached its peak during the First World War with 57,000 tonnes farmed in a year. Production ceased in the 1950s when the salt refinery closed in Edithburgh.  Follow the Yorke Peninsula Salt Lake Trail on one of 4 self-drive trails.

Yorketown’s Old Courthouse contains over 1000 photographs depicting early pioneer days and the Yorketown Historical Society has mapped out a town walk.

We offer a wide selection of facilities

On-site parking

Pet friendly parks

Children friendly Park

Local cafes and shops

Bathrooms and showers

Laundry room