Places to stay in Port Elliot - Port Elliot Holiday Park

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Staying in Port Elliot and having a taste of the beauty that it has to offer is a quite peaceful experience. It is the best place where you can take all members of your family. Everyone will surely enjoy the great activities and other outdoor adventures here. Getting your kids to enjoy camping and hiking can be fairly easy with the kind of ambience in Port Elliot.

Entertainment will never be short in this area of the Fleurieu Peninsula. This place does not just offer great attractions but the best cuisines as well. Fill your tummy with delicious food, your eyes with great sceneries and your mind with beautiful memories.

Coming down to Port Elliot every January was the highlight of my year as I got to go surfing all day everyday, meet great friends whose families also stayed in the caravan park and enjoy the adventures the region has to offer. This is when I fell in love with the Fleurieu Peninsula; my passion for surfing was developed and I have my greatest family memories.

The Port Elliot Holiday Park has a range of Cottages, Villas, Holiday Units or Holiday Cabins if you are looking for a great Port Elliot Holiday Accommodation option. Alternatively, if you are looking for places to stay in Port Elliot and camping is your preference, then the holiday park offers powered, unpowered, drive-through caravan sites, sites for the largest motor homes and all are lawned with many offering exclusive shade.

The Port Elliot Caravan Park also offers many great things for kids to do while in Port Elliot. On site, there is a giant jumping pillow for the kids, they can ride bikes around, there is a half court basketball area, a range of free DVD's for overnight hire and amazing open space to kick the footy, fly the kite or have a game of cricket. There is an adventure playground and a spinning pod (with plans for future expansion). And of course there is the Horseshoe Bay right there on the doorstep of the park; an endless resource of fun and entertainment.

Upon staying, there are a few must do's including of course our surf lessons in South Australia. But alternatively there is the riding on the encounter bikeway, visiting the iconic Port Elliot Bakery and lining up down the street to get your favourite pastry or whale watching from the cliffs during winter.

All in all, Port Elliot is a brilliant place to stay on the Fleurieu Peninsula. The town has great little shops, cool cafes like Funky Cafe Port Elliot, 2 pubs and more.

If you haven't stayed at Port Elliot Holiday Park and you are looking for somewhere to stay with the family or friends, then you must give it a try.
For more information check out http://portelliotholidaypark.com.au.

Happy travels!
Luke