Sitrusoewer River Camp
Kirkwood, Addo, Sunday River Valley - Accommodation
ESTABLISHMENT OVERVIEW:Sitrusoewer River Camp is situated on the scenic banks of the Sundays River in Kirkwood, only 50km from the Addo National Elephant Park and surrounded by citrus orchards.
We offer four basic self-catering chalets (each sleeping 4 persons - for a minimum of two nights). Chalets are rustically finished off with reeds and supplied with bedding, kettle, fridge, crockery and cutlery.
Camping sites with power points are also available. Communal ablutions and lapa with fridge, microwave, kettle, two plate stove, bar and braai area.
With easy access to the river it's an ideal spot for fishing, swimming and bird watching. Loads of outdoor fun for children with swings, seesaw, raft, canoes and paddle skis.
Sitrusoewer River Camp is the perfect setting for small self-catering functions. Day visitors are also welcome.
Facilities & Amenities includes:
Facilities available at Sitrusoewer River Camp, Kirkwood, Addo, Sunday River Valley
- Children Welcome
- Conference Facilities
- Disabled Friendly
- Gay Friendly
- Secure Parking
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Directions to Sitrusoewer River Camp
Map of Sitrusoewer River Camp in Kirkwood, Addo, Sunday River Valley+ OPEN FULL MAP
GPS Co-Ordinates: 25° 28' 56.1" E / 33° 23' 43.4" S
By Car / Driving
Driving to Sitrusoewer River Camp in Kirkwood, Addo, Sunday River Valley
|Departing: Port Elizabeth Airport|
|Address: 21 Boeing St, Port Elizabeth, 6011, South Africa|
|Distance: 86.6 km / Duration: 1 hour 10 mins|
|1.||Head northeast||0.4 km|
|2.||At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Allister Miller Dr
Go through 1 roundabout
|3.||Turn left onto Forest Hill N/B Rd||0.8 km|
|4.||Turn right onto Walmer Blvd/M9||0.6 km|
|5.||Turn left onto Settlers Hwy/M4 (signs for R75/Grahamstown/Uitenhage/City)||68 m|
|6.||Keep right to stay on Settlers Hwy/M4||6.0 km|
|7.||Take exit 751A to merge onto N2 toward M8/Kempston Road/Cape Town||2.6 km|
|8.||Take exit 748 for R75/Commercial Road toward Uitenhage/Ibhayi||0.5 km|
|9.||Turn right onto Uitenhage Rd/R75||13.4 km|
|10.||Keep left to continue on R75||41.6 km|
|11.||Turn right||11.6 km|
|12.||Turn left onto R336||2.5 km|
|13.||Continue onto Sonopstraat||0.8 km|
|14.||Turn right||2.7 km|
|15.||Turn left||0.8 km|
|16.||Turn right||0.6 km|
|17.||Turn left||0.1 km|
|18.||Turn right at the 2nd cross street
Destination will be on the left
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