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Millers Point Car­a­van Park, Simons Town

Millers Point Caravan Park Panorama

n 1825 Edmund Miller bought this land and cre­ated a whal­ing sta­tion here, hence the name Millers Point.The whal­ing
oper­a­tions were halted in the 1850’s and for almost 70 years the coast was only used by the occa­sional fish­er­man, until
the 1920’s when the Molteno fam­ily acquired the land.

Millers Point resort is sit­u­ated approx­i­mately 6 km south of Simon’s Town, in the direc­tion of Cape Point. This is a
fairly small camp ter­rain, with only 16 sites, and all are elec­tri­fied. Millers Point boasts with its own pri­vate and
very secluded beach, with large green lawns scat­tered with benches, where one can relax at and absorb the spec­tac­u­lar
views over False Bay.
One must not con­fuse Millers Point Resort with Millers Point pic­nic area, which is the next turn of past Millers Point
Resort. The pic­nic area is another jewel in the Cape Penin­su­las coast line, with braai spots and a tidal pool.

From July to Novem­ber this becomes a pop­u­lar whale watch­ing spot, where one can watch South­ern Right Whales breach quite close to shore.

Millers Point is an eas­ily acces­si­ble launch­ing point for wreck div­ing trips, where numer­ous boats have been scut­tled within 4 km of the launch­ing site, form­ing arti­fi­cial reefs.This is also a pop­u­lar site for water sports such as yacht­ing, sea kayak­ing, surf ski­ing and shore entry scuba diving.

Not far from Millers Point is the world famous Boul­ders African Pen­guin colony, the his­tor­i­cal town of Simon’s Town and Cape Point. In a very small area there is loads to do.

Millers Point Car­a­van Park, Simon’s Town
Con­tact Details
Tel no +27 (0)21 782 5503 G.P.S. 34.228348,18.469858
Cell no Email

+27 (0)21 7861142

Web site
Camp Details
Near­est Town Simon’s Town Max Per­sons 6/​site
Dis­tance from Town 6.5 km 7 mins Chalets/​Cottages No
Map View Map Elec­tric­ity Yes
Pets Car­a­vans Yes
Shop with basics No Brochure
Tips and things to do

These tips will prob­a­bly apply to many camp sites, but this is what we thought should not be forgotten

1. Fish­ing in the sea
2. Kayak­ing
3. Boul­ders pen­guin colony near by
4. Whale watch­ing
5. Scuba div­ing
6. Yacht­ing
7. Cape Point

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