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Wolvenberg & Stille Waters campsites value the moments you share with friends and family. We cater for larger groups for camping, but we also provide the option for a more intimate experiences with a chalet on the bank of our farm dam.

Accommodation

  1. Stille Waters campsites

Stille Waters are sites adjacent to each other on the bank of the seasonal Waterkloof River. It quenches the thirst for peace and relaxation with the trickling river at night and refreshing river pools to play in during the day.

  • List of Amenities:
    • Wood fire hot tub at each site
    • Swim pools in the river at each site
    • Mountain biking
    • Bird watching
    • Hiking
    • Swimming pool (Private to Stille Waters no 6)
  • Wolvenberg – Bos and Kloof sites
  • Our Wolvenberg sites are our larger sites. Wolvenberg Bos enjoys the shade of a Blue Gum bush, while Wolvenberg Kloof has a larger lapa and easier access to the river pool not more than 20m from the site. The largest advantage of these two sites are that they are far from other sites, that means that music and noise regulations are not as strict as at Stille Waters.
  • List of Amenities:
    • Wood fire hot tub at each site
    • Swim pools in the river at each site
    • Mountain biking
    • Bird watching
    • Hiking
    • Honesty Shop

Activities in the area

Year-Round Activities
  •  [Mountain Biking]
    • Description of Activity:
      On and around the farm there are a variety of routes to choose from. There are long distance routes for the fitter mountain biker and shorter routes for the casual rider
  •  [Bird Watching]
    • Description of Activity:
      The farm provides a habitat for a large variety of birds. The birds on and around the farm are spectacular.
  •  [Fishing]
    • Description of Activity:
      There are two dams that provide an ecosystem for a couple of fish species like carp and bass
  •  [Day Hikes]
    • Description of Activity:
      Other that enjoying the scenery just walking on the farm, there are two other day trails that can be hiked. One of those trails lead to an exotic waterfall deep into the kloof near Sneeukoppie– It is a hard walk.