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Deep Creek Conservation Park Camp Sites
Deep Creek Conservation Park is located 13 km east of Cape Jervis on the south coast of the Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia. Approximately 1½ hours drive from Adelaide, 45 minutes from Victor Harbor and 30 minutes from Yankalilla and Normanville
Visitors to the park are provided with several recreational opportunities including bushwalking on an extensive network of trails, camping in five campgrounds
Camping fees for visitors entering the park by vehicle are based on a per vehicle rate and all fees are per night. Camping fees for those entering the park on foot or bicycle are based on a per person rate and are also per night.
The park has five campgrounds offering a range of facilities, views and access to walking trails. No barbeque facilities are provided within the park.
Entry and camping fees apply in Deep Creek Conservation Park.
All vehicles that enter the park must display a permit. A self-registration system applies. Visitors are required to have the correct fee as change is not available.
Park entry permits are required for all vehicles using the park either for the day, any part thereof, or camping.
SA Dept of Environment