Looking for top-ranked, kid-friendly holiday parks in SA?
We’re featuring a trio of fun-filled BIG4 parks, voted by readers of the popular travel magazine and website, Holiday with Kids, among the best of the best.
Long admired as a standout holiday park for families in SA, BIG4 Renmark oozes appeal. It begins with a glorious positioning along the Murray River and continues with a raft of exciting and ever-evolving facilities. It’s all accompanied by a wide assortment of first-rate accommodation, including glamping.
In addition, the park has the following leisure equipment for hire:
While in the area…head to Possum Parade. This riverside precinct is home to a passel of possums that reliably visit the area for a feed at dusk. It’s free family entertainment!
This is the place for family breaks in Adelaide. The holiday vibe engulfs visitors as soon as they reach the Norfolk Island pine-dotted entrance. This spacious park has a prime position along a glittering stretch of coastline that allows the simplest beach access, and the wider West Beach precinct screams holiday fun (more below).
BIG4 West Beach is loaded with modern, family-friendly facilities that suit all ages. However, if guests feel a need to venture further, the park is conveniently an easy drive to the likes of Glenelg Beach and the CBD as well as other leading attractions in Adelaide and surrounds.
In addition, the wider West Beach Parks precinct has a feast of fun facilities that include:
While in the area…The Beachouse at Glenelg is armed with amusements aplenty.
Ranked: No.5 (equal)
Occupying a glorious elevated beachfront setting overlooking iconic Horseshoe Bay, this Fleurieu Peninsula holiday park is a top choice for memorable family breaks.
There’s plenty to keep kids entertained within the park’s boundaries, and the variable accommodation has widespread appeal. Direct beach access is a huge drawcard, and from here guests can also easily join the popular Encounter Bikeway that links the nearby towns of Goolwa and Victor Harbor.
While in the area…Jump on board the historical Cockle Train, which journeys between Goolwa and Victor Harbor and incorporates wonderful coastal views. Both towns have plenty to explore, which makes the train’s flexible departure times even more valuable.