The price is ￥13,357 per night from Apr 21 to Apr 22￥13,357
Apr 21 - Apr 22
Nestled on the beach, this Ellis Beach campground is within 3 mi (5 km) of Wet Tropics of Queensland, Palm Cove Beach, and Clifton Beach. Macalister Range National ...
4.3/5Excellent! (50 reviews)
"It is absolutely stunning where the bungalows are situated. The view and access to the pristine unspoilt beach is better than any upscale resort. My only complaint was that the bunk bed mattresses for the kids were very hard. Everything else was easy and wonderful and we would stay again if we ever ..."
The price is ￥13,738 per night from Apr 28 to Apr 29￥13,738
Apr 28 - Apr 29
3.9/5Very Good! (655 reviews)
"Place is ok and with nearly all facilities, location is great short distance to the beach as well, the only thing I felt it was a bit below expectations was the breakfast service being only continental"
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Frequently asked questions
If you’re planning an RV adventure to Port Douglas, booking a spot in an RV park is an excellent way to experience all the area offers. Those who are fond of nature will enjoy the rainforest here. After you’ve found your spot at the RV park in Port Douglas, check out the coral reefs and beaches.
If you’d like to find some ways to explore Port Douglas while taking advantage of your travel budget, this destination has a lot to offer. Spots where you’ll find the natural beauty on display include Great Barrier Reef, Four Mile Beach, and Daintree Rainforest. Other popular places not to be missed include Macrossan Street.
Reserving a spot in an RV park is a convenient and budget-friendly choice if you’re traveling to Port Douglas. This kind of accommodation gives you a generous space to park your RV and spend the night where you’re close to nature. Lots of RV parks are near hiking spots and lakes, which makes it easy to enjoy nature.