Date posted: 12 October 2012
Camping season is getting into full swing - and South Australia's national parks are the perfect place to pitch your tent.
If you want to revisit an old favourite, or you're venturing into national parks camping for the first time, Parks SA's Camping in South Australia's National Parks guide (3.8mb pdf) is a great place to start.
The guide highlights 20 fantastic South Australian camping spots across the state and gives a range of tips and information about how to have the best experience possible.
From the pristine coastal mallee of Lincoln National Park to the rolling expanses of the Flinders Ranges National Park, to the stunning wetlands of Murray River National Park, to the gorgeous wilderness of Flinders Chase National Park, South Australia has a comping experience for everyone.
The Camping in South Australia's National Parks guide even breaks down the camping experiences on offer according to the level of facilities you prefer.
From 'camping in comfort' to 'back to basics' it provides all the information you need to tailor your camping trip to your specific requirements.
Plus it includes information on fire safety and emergency contact numbers to keep you and your fellow campers safe and great advice on how to minimise your impact on the environment so that others will be able to enjoy the same incredible nature experiences in future.
So, if you're ready to pitch your tent then follow the link to our camping guide and start planning your trip.
Don't forget that you can also contact us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ParksSA if you have any other questions.