Cadell Recreation & Camping Ground - SA RVFD
Cadell is located in the Riverland region of South Australia on the large southward bend on the Murray River. The town is named after Captain Francis Cadell a pioneer of steam-powered navigation on the Murray River. Today Cadell is a quiet rural town situated in the middle of a citrus and wine grape growing area.
Those wishing to visit Cadell and the surrounding country townships can find short term parking at Cadell Camping Ground. CMCA members are able to obtain an unpowered site for $12 per vehicle per night and non-members for $16 per vehicle per night. CMCA members must produce a valid membership card on arrival and permits must be obtained from the on-site caretaker. Here travellers are able to stay for a maximum of 14 days and guests will have access to a dump point bins and water and pets on a lead are welcome.
Offering camping sites overlooking the Cadell wetlands and orchards Cadell Recreation Ground is a short walk to the main street shop and licensed club. For people seeking a stay close nature the adjacent Wetland Trail threads to bird hides by the wetland lagoon then on to the Murray River. With modern amenities which cater for all abilities a pet friendly policy and a unique environment Cadell Recreation Ground is truly a one of those camping spots which really has it all.
Cadell Recreation & Camping Ground
81 Dalzell Rd Cadell
P 0497 799 284 (Caretaker)
$12pvpn unpwr CMCA members (must show member card) $16pvpn non-CMCA members
Extra charge for pwr and use of shwrtlt.
Dump point bins water pets on leads pwr sites 20 unpwr (14 days max) parking permit required from caretaker.