Windsor Gardens Caravan Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWindsor Gardens Caravan Park Adelaide
If you like being packed into a caravan park...this is the one to go to. The sites are so close together you can hear the people next door 'breathing'. I asked for another spot and was told there weren't any...yet two remained vacant for week I was there. Not impressed at all. Caretaker could be friendlier and agreeable to clients
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