we are going to tin can bay and see that there is 3 caravan parks does any one have any info as we have a small dog and woud like near the water
Margaret, I've only stayed in a cabin in Tin Can Bay Tourist Park. No complaints. Very quiet. It has no view of the water, but it's only a short walk away. Don't know about dogs.
Kingfisher Caravan Park is central to everything, right on the main road, quite close to the water, and pets okay on application. But, being central also means it can get noisy. I think you'd be okay out of school holidays though.
Ace Caravan Park doesn't get a very good rap. Apparently the manager is rude etc. But, it is very handy to the water. Don't know about dogs.
My sister now lives there, so I visit often and can highly recommend the area.
Beth, now living on the Redcliffe Peninsula, SEQ.
Beth54! Is he sometimes a little on the drunk side...Reason being that I had heard the Manager was Rude and likes the slops a little too much.....
I always leave my camping area cleaner than I found it.
jimbo wrote:Beth54! Is he sometimes a little on the drunk side...Reason being that I had heard the Manager was Rude and likes the slops a little too much.....
I don't know personally jimbo. Only what I read in some of the CP reviews. If it'd been just one report, I wouldn't have said anything, but there are several.
Close by is Poona, where there is a nice little caravan park right on the water front. Cant remember the name. Dog friendly
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