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Howdy Park

100% (1)Howard Springs, Northern Territory
3 acres hosted by Drew D.
6 Vehicle/Tent sites
Off-leash friendly
Pets can be off-leash at some sites.
Located in a Peaceful rural location, Howard Springs, set on 2.5 acres, encased in towering trees and gardens, these camp sites are hidden gems with lots of shade. We offer 10 shady grassed powered sites, and 6 unpowered sites, for caravans or camping. All sites overlook lush bushland and have access to town water. Howards Springs Nature Park is only 3km away. Local shop with GP and newsagent plus a tavern for a meals and entertainment to enjoy. 5 minutes from Coolalinga and 5 minutes from Palmerston. Leaders Creek boat ramp only 30 minutes. Mountain bike tracks just down the road in Pine Forests. This is rural camping without the trek and the crowds. Gated entry to the park, with all-weather driveway. Markets at Fred's Pass throughout the year. 20 minute drive to Darwin City. We have an abolition block with toilet shower and laundry Facilities. A great park and is in the best location to explore Darwin’s many attractions and is a gateway to the Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks. With extra large shady, grassed sites for caravans and camping. Extra room for boats and bikes, Pet friendly, our park is surrounded by beautiful tropical forest.
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Howard Springs, Northern Territory, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Larrakia First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Drew D.Joined in August 2022
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