Ball park Caravan Park

NSW
Corowa
Dogs Allowed Seasonally
Located in the historic town of Corowa on the New South Wales/Victoria border, Ball Park Caravan Park is nestled on the banks of the Murray River and makes an ideal base for exploring the region. With accommodation options ranging from self-contained units to powered and unpowered campsites for caravans, camper trailers and tents, there’s river holiday accommodation to suit everyone.

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Three hours from Melbourne and 45 minutes from Albury, the town of Corowa sits on the border of New South Wales and Victoria along the Murray River. With its vibrant river culture, historic charm and ideal landscape for adventure sports and exploration, Corowa is a favourite destination for river holidays.
 
Ball Park Caravan Park offers a range of accommodation options to suit all kinds of holiday makers. Choose from powered and unpowered campsites ideal for the caravan, camper trailer or tent, including options with gravel or concrete slab.
 
For self-contained accommodation options, the park offers a selection of holiday unit and cabin accommodation to suit. All units provide a fully equipped kitchen, ensuite bathroom, and can sleep four or up to six people depending on configuration.
 
The park is nestled in a bend of the mighty Murray River, making it the ideal location to enjoy everything river holidays have to offer in a picturesque leafy setting. With direct river access including boat ramp and sandy beach, enjoying the water starts just steps from your accommodation.
 
The park is conveniently equipped and comfortable, with facilities that include two shower blocks, two family disabled bathrooms and guest laundry. After a day of enjoying the river with picnics and water sports, little campers can burn off any excess energy on the playground. The Corowa town centre is just a short walk away and has excellent restaurants and cafes, or grab supplies to cook up dinner in the camp kitchen or one of three sheltered BBQ areas.
 
Corowa is a charming town to discover and it’s well worth spending a few days exploring. Visit the Corowa Federation Museum to learn the part Corowa played in Australia’s federation in 1901, and enjoy the heritage walking trails which capture other historic buildings and sites. Kids will love the Corowa Apex miniature steam train, running the first Sunday of every month, and the town’s picturesque river scenery can be explored by boat, bike or on foot.
 
Add some high energy activities to your stay in Corowa with sky diving or gliding, or head out to explore the nearby Rutherglen wine region with a huge selection of cellar doors and gourmet experiences to enjoy. Corowa Whisky and Chocolate, housed in a 1920s flour mill, is a must visit.

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