could anyone in the know comment on pearsons park resort.
George we have not been to the park recently, and things may have changed, but we were not impressed.
The park hes two sections:
The main camp is right next to the very busy N2, the main road into PE from the north and East London. We stayed for one night and pulled out.
The second section is down by the river and a far better option, but had no electricity. We have not camped down there, but have heard that the crowd there can someetimes party well into the night.
Things may have changed, and actually hope that the riversites have been developed.
thanks flip, its getting harder to find good pensioner friendly parks after port alfred on route to cape town, [ we will be at green fountains untill the end of jan next year ] this is planning from next year feb , we may have to alter our strategy to suit what may be available, im sure we will be asking your advice more as i dig out these parks.
hi flip, we just met a couple here at yellows, eugene and his wife [ cant remember her name ] says he knows you very well and like all couples we have met that know you speaks very highly of you. he has an exclusive towed with a pajero.
In die Kamp en Leef gids van 2015/2016 op bladsy 36 is daar n mooi omskrywing van die oord.
Met telefoon/fake en GPS no.
Jip, Eugene and his wife actually helped us to sort out the first December crowd at Fairhills. He lost about 10kg that month, running around to help people.