The caravan park is an ideal stopover on your journey between Cape Town and Namibia.
The town of Springbok is located a 5 minutes drive from the Kokerboom Motel, Conference centre and Caravan Park – offering the visitor the very best of both worlds. The calm serenity of the stunning landscape at the two star Kokerboom Motel, Conference centre and Caravan Park and should you wish to enjoy the village life, Springbok is just a 5 minute drive away.
The caravan Park comprises of 60 oversized sites equipped with electrical power and water supply. There are ablution facilities for “Him” and “Her” in addition to a laundry complete with washing machine and tumble dryer.
Full access to the Motel dining facilities, lounges and ladies bar are available to our caravan park guests.
Places to see and things to do when visiting one of our star graded establishments in Springbok. We’re centrally situated to enable scenic day trips to several interesting towns and villages.
Concordia – Originally a Rhenish mission station formed in 1852. Copper was mined there from 1853 until 1933.
Garies – The Nama people named this area Th’aries after the couch grass that grew along the banks of the stream and this was later changed to Garies
Hondeklip Bay / Hondeklipbaai – An excellent fishing and crayfishing destination.
Kamieskroon – A small village set amongst enormous granite mountains known as the Kamiesberg, Kamieskroon was originally a descendant of a former town, Bowesdorp.
Kleinzee / Koingnaas – Kleinzee is one of the sites where diamonds were first discovered.
Nababeep – beautiful flowers covering the little koppies in and around the town during the flower season
Pella – Figs, grapes and pomegranates grow at this mission station established in 1872.
Port Nolloth – Port Nolloth, a centre for both the crayfish industry and alluvial diamond mining. Port Nolloth is the only holiday resort on the Diamond Coast. The town’s main tourist attractions are clean beaches and excellent fishing.
Richterveld – Transfrontier National Park, accessable by 4×4 vehicles only, the Richtersveld is one of nature’s gifts not to be missed. Home to several animal, plant and fish species this park offers the outdoor enthusiast everything and more.
Steinkopf – Traditional dome-shaped reed huts made by the Nama people dot the landscape. There is also a date plantation in the area which is worth a visit.