Sat 18th – What a lovely peaceful spot. No whiz bang vans, no talking, no trucks or cars on the road just the occasional moo from a cow. Heavenly.
Adel’s Grove is in a lovely setting lots of trees, the water is a jade green and looks very inviting.
There are two sections to camp in, both non powered. One is called the Grove and is right on the water, very shady sites, no generators and no defined sites.
The second area is for people who wish to use their generators, from 8am to 8pm. Sites are numbered and are separated by trees and rock boarders. Most sites are a reasonable size, we got put on a site that’s a wee bit short for us. They seem to do that with camping trailers, thinking you don’t need as much room.
The amenities that are close to us are very very old. One shower doesn’t drain properly and runs all out all over the floor. The other amenities seems to be newer and much nicer.
The longer you stay the nicer Adel’s Grove is, so much to explore.
We did a run into the national park, a quick walk to a look out with amazing views, red cliffs and jade coloured water, looks amazing, we are going to go for a paddle down it tomorrow.