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Thabaphaswa's fishing camping spots

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Thabaphaswa's fishing camping spots
Our waterfront camp sites

After a tough 3 years of drought, our mountain stream again started flowing.

The two top dams are filling up quickly and this makes fishing and swimming possible again.
There is also a zipline/ foefieslaaid at Hein's dam that brings much joy to our guests.

Two of our camping areas are next to these two dams with 10 different camp-sites surrounding it, which are firm favourites of many of our visitors. Especially families with children like to be near the catch-and-release dams so that children can fish without going too far away from the camping site.

The camp-sites are located in the RIVERSIDE and MIDSTREAM camping areas.

There is a picnic spot at Hein's dam with a fire pit and washing-up facilities, which makes it a favourite spot among
Day Visitors that want to fish and swim. This area is also available as a camp-site on weekdays.

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