Marion Bay Caravan Park is on the doorstep of the Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Park which boasts amazing beaches for walkers, swimmers, families, surfers and everyone in between.

There are great photography opportunities for the young budding photographer with animals and landscapes a plenty.

We recently stayed at Marion Bay Caravan Park and were so impressed by the friendly hosts, the stunning views and how kid friendly the Park is. We alternated our time on the beach right out the front of the Park (including an attempt at stand up paddle boarding!), enjoying the jumping pillow, playground and pedal karts and mostly just soaking up the views from the deck of our Villa.

Our kids are huge toasted marshmallow fans so were thrilled to learn that outside of fire ban season, they light up a fire pit each evening next to the camp kitchen. By the way, the camp kitchen is huge, well appointed and CLEAN!

We stayed in one of the villas right on the beachfront, however the other cabins and camping sites are all in great locations, spacious and well appointed. If you are travelling with kids, we highly recommend one of the beachfront villas, the views and layout of the villa are definitely worth it!

Keep reading to find out more about this ripper of a Park!

The Marion Bay Caravan Park has modern facilities with a large camp kitchen, WIFI, fish cleaning table, playground with jumping pillow, glass bottom kayaks, SUP boards and pedal kart hire.

There is a family friendly beach right out front where families can spend their days relaxing while watching the kids frolic in the water.

Marion Bay Caravan Park has an ‘everyone is welcome’ and family friendly feel as soon as you arrive, the hosts are extremely helpful and organise activities during school holidays and long weekends that are suitable for all ages, the kids club is FREE and weather suitable – even on a rainy day there is something to do/ learn. (Just make sure to register as spots fill fast!)

If you are keen to fish Marion Bay Caravan Park has got your fishing needs covered, they have a small tackle shop and bait for sale, and Marion Bay Caravan Park and Fishing Sister even run a fun Kids Fishing Comp over the Easter Long Weekend, an educational and fun weekend that gets the kids outside enjoying some sunshine with some cool prizes handed out at the end.

Marion Bay Caravan Park has powered sites for the families that like to camp and cabins are available if you would like a little luxury during your stay, it is a excellent place to stay and base yourself to explore the lower Yorke Peninsula and Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Park. Marion Bay is the lowest part or the Yorke Peninsula and is truly worth a visit to get lost in the beautiful scenery that the area has to offer.

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