Vioolsdrift Camping at The Growcery Camp offers private campsites with magnificent river and mountain views. These are unobstructed views of the Orange River and Richtersveld Mountains. These private campsites will range in size and location. They all come standard with grass, indigenous trees, and great locations. These Private Vioolsdrift camping sites are very popular, and we do suggest that you book well in advance. Our concept at The Growcery Camp is recycle, re-use and then upcycle. We urge all our visitors to make use of our well-signed waste and organic bins while visiting the camp. Take full advantage of our organic garden produce and fresh herbs.
Camping and caravanning are welcome, and the resort provides a relaxed environment. Children can explore the campground while more adventurous guests can enjoy some of the many activities on offer in the area.
Vioolsdrift Camping Private Sites at The Growcery Camp
Tamariskia Campsite – sleeps at least 16 people
Spekboom Campsite sleeps, four people
Indigo Campsite sleeps at least six people
Wit Karee Campsite sleeps at least 4 – 5 people
Sativa Campsite sleeps, 16 people
Fish Eagle Campsite sleeps, 16 people
4×4 Private campsite sleeps at least 4 – 5 people
Vioolsdrift Camping – The Growcery Facilities
Clean and neat Shared Ablutions
Restaurant and Bar area
Large natural swimming pool, the Orange River
Adventure tours and outdoor activities
Power supply at camping sites
BBQ and Braai facilities
Herb and vegetable gardens (seasonal)
Freshly prepared meals
Directions to Vioolsdrift Camping – The Growcery Camp.
Take the N7 from Springbok and drive north towards the Namibian Border.
Take the only turn off left, 30 meters in front of the South African border post.
Drive 50 meters and at the T- junction, Turn right and drive past the Police station on your left.
The road becomes gravel after 800 meters, continue on this gravel road for 22km.
Follow the signs of The Growcery and Umkulu for 22km till you reach The Growcery Camp.
The Growcery Campsites: -28°69’68.07″S ; 17°49’55.24″E
Take the gravel road at the SA border post and follow for 22km.