If you are looking for accommodation close to the city of Adelaide without worrying about parking or the general craziness of the city, then staying at Levi Adelaide Holiday Park is the answer!

Located in Vale Park, it is on the banks of the River Torrens, only 4kms from the city – perfect for when you have an event on in town but don’t want to have to drive all the way home with tired kids in the car. Book a cabin or camping site at Levi Adelaide Holiday Park and you’re set!

They have plenty of different cabin types to suit all group sizes, including a pet friendly option. They also have lots of powered camping sites (including ensuite sites!) set under shady trees. Kids will love exploring the grounds which has BBQs, a brand new camp kitchen and is quiet and small enough for the kids to ride their bikes around the park.

There is a swimming pool in the Park for those wanting a splash, along with a playground and a huge oval next door – so everyone can get active and burn some energy! We highly recommend taking a walk along the Linear Park Trail along the Torrens – there is an access gate from the park. You will truly feel like you are a million miles away.

Combining friendly staff, public transport on the doorstep and its gorgeous nature setting, Levi Adelaide Park is the perfect choice for a family stay-cation!

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