On a recent travel trip with the new Cascade Roam caravan, we were lucky enough to have a two day stay at Sionbergh, and aren’t we glad we did. Even with temperatures plummeting to minus 3 degrees on our first night, it still didn’t dampen our spirits.
Sionbergh has a wonderful central dam and we set up the Cascade Roam right on the water’s edge. The stands all have power, water, dustbin and their own braai. All the stands also have lush green grass.
The tranquility at Sionbergh is next level and it’s certainly a place where one can holiday in a wonderful and safe environment. Being mid-winter, and mid-week, and vrek cold, there were not many other caravanners, but this just meant more tranquility for us.
Sionbergh has clean and neat ablutions with great wash basins, showers with hot water and neat toilets. The ablutions are serviced daily. There are outdoor undercover basins for doing washing up.
There is a small café which sells necessities. The large saltwater swimming pools are a hive of activity in summer for young and old and the resort has lots of activities to keep the kids entertained such as a jungle gym, obstacle course, kiddie’s pool, fishing, hiking and mountain biking. Sionbergh also caters for groups and functions.
The campsite and accommodation caters for Christian camps, women’s/men’s camps, youth camps, family camps, confirmation camps, caravan camps and reunions, among others.
Would we return to Sionbergh for another holiday? That’s a resounding yes, it’s a beautiful resort.
Pensioners can stand from Sunday afternoons 14h00 to Fridays 10h00
No self-catering (only rooms)
Groups of up to 110 people
Power points and water available on campsite
Day visitors: no
WiFi tokens available