The Caravan Club of Southern Africa undertakes to make the benefits
of belonging to the Club so attractive that caravaners will wish to
join us, and we will welcome them and nurture them into our activities
until they are fully integrated into our midst.
Caravan Club of Southern Africa - The Caravan Club of Southern Africa undertakes to make the benefits of belonging to the Club so attractive that caravaners will wish to join us, and we will welcome them and nurture them into our activities until they are fully integrated into our midst.
Caravan & Camping Association of Southern Africa - The Caravan & Camping Industries Association of South Australia Inc., (CCIA. of SA) is a broad based Trade organisation which was incorporated in 1976.
Its membership is made up of retailers, manufacturers, hirers, service providers, repairers and suppliers and as such is predominately aligned with businesses in or closely related to the outdoor leisure Industry.
Caravan Parks.com - Join a Caravan Club, Motorhome Club, Camping Club or 4x4 Club and you won't regret it! There are many caravanning, camping, motorhome and 4x4 clubs in Southern Africa and they all have one common interest..camping and having fun together. Remember, caravan clubs are not necessarily agenda driven, but are very casual and 'do your own thing togetherness' fun getaways. Here is a list of clubs in Southern Africa, the choice is yours...
Wheelers Caravan & Camping Club -
We officially “launched” the club with a "Getaway" at
Midmar Dam (Orient Park) in March 2006 with 7 families signing up,
followed by a weekend at Scottburgh where more families signed up.
We have since grown to 17 families (one of which hails from Standerton!!).
We have even had enquiries from as far afield as Pretoria where it
is envisaged that a “branch” will be formed.
Club - The
Club currently consists of 13 Laagers situated in five provincial regions,
namely Gauteng, Kwa-Zulu Natal, the Free State, the Western and the
Eastern Cape. The majority of the members are caravan owners, with
a smaller group of tent users, but the use of any formal camping structure