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We stayed here for one night and what a fantastic campground. Not only are the amenities immaculate they are visually fantastic being made from old train track sleepers with the outdoor hand wash basins having some pressed tin behind them. There is also a hot...More
Response from pruegregC0wardSpring, Owner at Coward Springs CampgroundResponded 29 July 2014
Thank you! Wait until you see the toilet floors on your next visit!!
Built on the site of an old pub, the campsite is split into individual camping spots with fire pit that give a sense of privacy. Museum on site is interesting. Springs is more of a natural hot tub- gets crowded though. A great stop over...More
We have stayed at Coward 5 times with a sixth coming up in a few weeks. Coward Springs is on the hot long Oodnadatta Track, and is one of those places when you see it, you sigh. The Pit toilets, showers and camp grounds are...More
arrived very late, place was already fully booked and the owner/caretaker let us stay however we had to set up in the carpark. Still had easy access to the facilities block however there weren't many facilities for the amount of people staying there. As we...More
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Response from pruegregC0wardSpring, Owner at Coward Springs CampgroundResponded 19 June 2014
I'm glad Greg could find a spot for you. We have been pretty quiet this year and haven't had to use our 'last campsite' (the day visitor carpark) very often. I love this 'last' spot, it's the best view of the sunset (!) and as...More
We stayed here overnight during our trip along the Oodnadatta Track. It was well appointed with toilets and fairly private campsites.
The warm spring is small but a great way to relax, especially at night under the stars listening to the wind in the nearby...More
Response from pruegregC0wardSpring, Manager at Coward Springs CampgroundResponded 16 June 2014
So glad you enjoyed your visit. The water from the 'natural spa' flows out into a wetland. In the last couple of weeks birdwatchers and photographers have been enjoying watching a fluffy black-fronted dotterel chick with its parents in the pool just behind the spa....More