Frank Potts Reserve (Langhorne Creek) Campground

Last Updated Oct 2014

Frank Potts Reserve (Langhorne Creek) has toilets Frank Potts Reserve (Langhorne Creek) has water available There are picnic tables available at Frank Potts Reserve (Langhorne Creek) Pets allowed in Frank Potts Reserve (Langhorne Creek)

Free camping in shady roadside reserve, just outside Langhorne Creek.

The area is very well kept and only a short distance from town. Not a long way off the road, so can get some noise from passing trucks.

Friendly locals and lovely site. Do the right thing and shop in town as well as leaving the place as you found it.

Plenty of shade from mature gums, and grassy level sites.

Facilities and activities at Frank Potts Reserve (Langhorne Creek)

Number of sites:


Camping Fees:

Frank Potts Reserve is a free camp


This is a free camping area.

How to book:

No bookings required. It is reasonably popular with the grey nomads.


Flushing Toilets


Pets are allowed with conditions

Water Availability:

There is usually drinking water available at this campsite. Please take care, it may still be advisable to boil water before drinking.

Camp fires:

No fires are permitted at this camp ground.


No bbqs are provided.


There are no known swimming spots at this campsite.


There is no fishing at or near this campsite.

Picnic Tables:


Horse Riding:


Canoeing / Kayaking:

There is no canoeing or kayaking at or near this campsite

Location information for Frank Potts Reserve (Langhorne Creek)


This site is accessable by caravans in good weather.

Getting there

Just on the eastern side of Langhorne Creek, South Australia, on Langhorne Creek Road. Signed entrance on the southern side of the road.

Room for caravans.

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