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Camp Grace

220 Caves Rd, Siesta Park WA 6280

Reviews

Star 4.5 (129 Google reviews)
Lochie Berthelsen 03 February 2024

Stayed 2 nights in one of the “beach front” camp spots. Had a powered site even though I didn’t need power, but still nice to have. My site in particular was almost in everyone’s walkway to the beach, so I felt like I had little privacy, especially staying with just a swag. The privacy issue wasn’t helped by the fact that I wasn’t allowed to have my car with me at the site. HAD to be parked elsewhere (15-20) metres away. My swag is seasoned so weather isn’t an issue for sleeping but not having my car with an awning meant that the rain I experienced on the first morning, nearly got all of my chairs and clothes left to dry, wet again. Facilities are well maintained. Toilet and shower block has a little bit of an odd set up, toilets and showers in the same spot. Meaning while having a shower I can smell someone’s toilet activities. But in saying that. Hot showers are available, which is lovely. There are 2 kitchens, one for campers. Containing a sink and benches. And one for people staying in the huts/ bunkhouses. Which contains ovens, stovetops, fridges for each bunk (labelled with the bunks number), many sinks, lots of plates etc. Washing machines are also available. Didn’t use so can’t comment on anything. Beach was lovely, with spots to moor tinnies, a volleyball net, and benches just before the sand to sit and eat on. Water was calm and clear, even saw 2 small stingrays. To sum it all up, Well kept, modern facilities Quiet area Lovely beach Not happy that I couldn’t have my car with me at the site especially because it has an awning to offer some shelter and privacy plus all of my food in the fridge etc.

Alec Mather 21 January 2024

We camp here every year. It’s beautiful, on the beach. Recently renovated common room And toilets have added more comfort to an already amazing place. And lastly, Jurien is the best! It’s not a hotel, but they have cabins if you prefer over camping or caravanning.

Aurélie Cloesen 05 December 2023

Green and very quiet. We arrived on a sunday at 4pm, texted the owner who was not in if we could plant our tent on a free spot just by the sea for the night and he said yes. All equipped kitchen, clean and pipping hot showers. 25$ one night for two The road gets very noisy in the morning.

William Boustead 19 November 2023

Arrived early and went to the office to see if we could book in. The sign on the door stated times so we didn’t knock, try the door or ring the contact number, as we walked away the caretaker came out ranting and raving in a very nasty manner accusing us of all sorts of things so I said I’d leave and come back later. He kept at it and I was just about to tell him to stick it when he became almost sociable, A very strange man. He never bothered us after that. It’s a lovely place but the renovated shower block is a disaster, the showers have no fall on the new floors and water runs everywhere so your standing in next doors “water”. After a couple of days they put rubber mats down but it’s stuffed, a real failure.

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