Check In: 14:00 | Check Out: 10:00
Not currently taking online bookings. Please call (03) 5437 3086 to make your booking.
Bridgewater Public Caravan Park is situated on the banks of the Loddon River, within walking distance to the town precinct. Our newly built caravan park, has an on-site manager who can help you get the most out of your stay by providing information about Bridgewater and the tourist attractions in and around the Loddon Valley Region. Many of the sites have views making this an ideal destination for families, groups and those just seeking a quiet break away.
The park is an ideal location to take advantage of the beautiful surrounds of the Loddon River and Bridgewater township.
Facilities at the park include: - 98 large caravan sites - 17 tent sites - 1 cabin - Shaded pool - Camp kitchen, incorporating cooking facilities, refrigerators, microwaves, covered eating area with long views of the Loddon River - Jumping pillow - Children’s playground (shaded) - BBQ’s - Two amenities blocks with laundry facilities - Controlled access to the park - Access to boat ramp (a permit and fee to launch a boat must be obtained from the caravan park office) - Foreshore and river views - Accessible viewing platform and river access - Walking path along the foreshore to the boat ramp, main street and swimming hole (older children and adults)
- Children Welcome
- Cycling Friendly
- Gas Cooktop and Oven
- Off Street Parking
Deposits: a deposit is at least the cost of the first night’s tariff and must be received by the park within 7 days of booking to confirm a guest’s reservation. Cancellations: when making a direct booking with a caravan park managed on behalf of Loddon Shire Council it is acknowledged and agreed that all reservations and deposits are accepted by park managers and are subject to the following cancellation policy guidelines. Any reservations through agents or other third parties may be subject to separate policies and it is recommended that park managers advise guests to check those conditions. Park managers should advise guests of the cancellation policy for the park at the time of reservation. Low-season cancellations: during the low season deposits will only be refunded if the park managers are notified of the cancellation prior to 9am on the day prior to the scheduled arrival. If notice of the cancellation is received after 9am on the day prior to the scheduled arrival the park manager may retain the full deposit paid. Peak-season cancellations: deposits for reservations made wholly or partially in peak seasons will only be refunded if the guest notifies the park manager of the cancellation at least 30 days prior to the scheduled arrival. If less time is provided than the required period of notice of cancellation the deposit will only be refunded if the site or cabin is able to be rebooked. Early departures: Council will not refund amounts paid should the guest cut short the reservation or holiday. Failure to notify of cancellation: if the park manager has not been notified of the cancellation or the guest does not arrive by 10am on the day after the scheduled arrival date the reservation may be cancelled by the park managers without refund of any paid deposit.