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Leen­tjiesklip, Langebaan

Beach entrance

Munic­i­pal Car­a­van and Camp­ing Park – Langebaan

We decided to do a get­away within the 120km radius from Cape Town! Unfor­tu­nately, one can­not book a site, so if you are going and wish to have a seafront plot, you have to arrive early … prefer­ably before mid­day on the Fri­day…. It was begin­ning of Feb and the park was 95% full … BUT we did go over a week­end when there was a “slight” heat wave and pretty much NO wind … 35 degrees …. If pos­si­ble arrive on the Thurs­day and stay till Sun­day! Just not a lux­ury we can all afford though!

The views are amaz­ing, and well worth mak­ing sure you are there to get one … Once you get there and you have paid you can drive around and pick any site you wish!

Each set of sites has direct access to the beach, you shouldn’t there­fore have peo­ple walk­ing through your camp­site for beach access.

Nice for kids, espe­cially ages 8 and up …. As the kids can spend all day up and down to the beach and you can keep an eye on them from your chair under your gazebo!

Ablu­tions are clean and we only waited once for a shower, there was hot water every time. Park has boom access and secu­rity both at the gate and also walk­ing around the site.

There is a shop on site, but we didn’t go in, the only thing I did see them adver­tis­ing was ice! The week­end we were there was quiet as far as camp sites go, not once did I wish some­one would turn boom boxes off nor pipe down at all …. It was good nor­mal com­mu­nity noises.

The fur­ther back in the camp site you go the more grass you have, and the plots are ter­raced so you have some sea view from most plots.

The seafront plots are a bit more sandy, and there are thorns … BUT I would wear my slops all week­end for the view!!

Each site has a built in ground level cir­cu­lar braai. Many campers had “wash­ing machine drums” and Webbers…

Each site has a tap and a hosepipe

Prices are very rea­son­able, how­ever, one has to pay cash. No EFT’s nor book­ings allowed.

Advice I would remem­ber when we next go:

Check weather espe­cially wind…

Leave early on Fri­day to secure seafront plot

Ground sheets…. I only had one I would take another one at least.

Addi­tional Gazebo we have one on our tent but I would take another one in case for the shade.. there are very few trees so one has to make your own shade…. Typ­i­cal West Coast.

There is a park for the kids on the Cape Town side… great if you have kids if not then drive to the right from the gate to be fur­ther away.

Over­all we had a stun­ning week­end, I would def­i­nitely go again. I would not like to be there over Dec /​Jan, I think like all the camp sites this would be very cramped. Also not end of Nov /​Dec when the Matrics are finishing.

beach front stands

Leen­tjiesklip, Langebaan
Con­tact Details
Tel no (022) 7722461 G.P.S. E 18° 233′‘S 33° 43
Cell no Email
Fax Web­site Click Here
Camp Details
Near­est Town Lange­baan Max Per­sons Six
Dis­tance from Town 2.9km Chalets/​Cottages Yes
Map View Map Elec­tric­ity Yes
Pets No Car­a­vans Yes
Shop with basics 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. Swim­ming
2. Fish­ing

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