Double Mouth Campsite
Situated within the Double Mouth Nature Reserve, this campsite is 5km west of Morgan Bay. The 30 sites, each with a magnificent sea view, are terraced in two concentric semicircles. Each site has a grassed surface with adequate shade and the grassed centre of the concentric rings provides a safe environment for children to play in.
This pristine coastal nature reserve boasts one of SA’s most picturesque campsites and lies only 4km away from Morgan Bay. Here two rivers meet in a pristine estuary, which carves a single course through forested dunes to the sea.
Bead Beach (Treasure Beach) is the site of a 16th century Portuguese shipwreck, where Carnelian Beads, Money Cowries and shards of broken Ming Porcelain can be found.
The coastal reserves are located between the Great Kei River in the north-east and the Tylomnqa Rivers in the south-west.
- 30 x Grassed and shaded sites , each with sea views, a braai facility , tap and power point.
- The Ablutions are getting on but are functional with hot water.
- Off road caravans are recommended, and the gravel access road gets slippery during the rainy season