Come and relax at the edge of the Grampians in Dadswells Bridge, Victoria. Our cosy cabins and comfortable campsites are the perfect family getaway. You can even bring your dog to our pet friendly caravan park.

Meet the owners

We are a young family who enjoy hiking and spending time in nature. We enjoy a chat around the campfire whilst hearing of travellers stories and adventures.


Our goals are to provide a welcoming and comfortable place for our guests to relax and unwind in.  We will continue to make significant improvements to the property and amenities, but be rest assured we will be keeping the parks beautiful bush setting and feel.

Steve and Jen Vines

History of the park

Cleve Krause built the caravan park in its present location during 1970 and 1971. The park originally commenced with 40 powered sites and a central ablutions block. During 1972 Cleve added the first two cabins and in subsequent years continued to add to the numbers until he had nine cabins in total. Since this time, two have been combined together.

The construction of the Weir enabled a concrete swimming pool to be constructed during the early years. It was first used for the summer of 1972. Today the park is best known for its scenic location, shady sites and peaceful atmosphere.

On the adjoining property, also previously owned by Cleve, an airstrip was built. The original intention was to make the park an air-o-tel.