Verbe Caravan Park History
Many years ago Verbe caravan park was known as the local inn wich was later revamped into the caravan park it is known as today. In late April 2021, previous owners Verencia and Piet Benade Sold the park (Verbe, derived from Verencia Benade’s name and surname). The park’s new owners, Phillip and Loraine Treeby moved to Kamieskroon in 2020 for the safety and tranquility a town such as this offers. They have already spent long nights and days upgrading the park and making it their pride. Both strive to further the development of the park for their guests to enjoy with them.
Why Stay with us?
At Verbe caravan park we guarantee personable, friendly service. Our caravan sites are equipped with electricity and water and we have gorgeous mountain views around the park. The 50 camping sites measure 10mx12m.We have separate bathrooms for men and ladies. Ladies bathrooms have 3 showers, 1 bathroom, 4 toilets and 4 hand wash basins. Men’s bathrooms have 4 showers, 4 toilets, 2 urinals and 4 hand wash basins. The ablution block is spotless and well maintained. We also have a communal kitchen and scullery with the basic necessities to make your stay comfortable. The town (Kamieskroon) has three places of retail (Agrimark, Foodzone and a liquor store) to make sure your needs are met. There is parking available for your car and open braai facilities. Make this your home base and enjoy our rural friendliness, explore the uniqueness of Namaqualand with daytrips within a 100km radius and experience our splendid sunrise and sunsets.The campsite pricing depends on the amount of visitors and nights, starting at R125 per night per adult.