Gonjah Campsite Patensie

Gonjah Campsite Patensie

About Gonjah Campsite Patensie

Gonjah Campsite

The campsite at Gonjah is delightfully set next to a gently flowing mountain stream, surrounded by towering Yellowwood trees – a real escape to the country.

There are basic facilities on site including shower area and flush toilet, a donkey will need to be lit for hot awter in the shower. Fires can be build in the allocated areas, you will need to bring your own fire wood so that you can light up a campfire and enjoy nature the way it was meant to be – uninterrupted.

Don't forget to bring a torch and lanterns when visiting gonjah, as it can get quite dark at night. Please bring a sink plug so that you can use the wash-basins.

Other Activities

  • Excellent hiking is available around the chalet and in the area.
  • Fresh water fishing nearby in the Gamtoos River.
  • Cycling Trails are close by.
  • Hankey golf course is just 15km away.
  • Bring your own fire wood for a braai / campfire or donkey, alternatively you can buy wood at any of the local shops.
  • 10 minute drive to Tolbos Country Shop and Restaurant.

After Hours Number:

041 000 1585

Features of Gonjah Campsite Patensie

  • On Site Features
  • Braai / Barbecue
  • Child Friendly (all Ages)

Directions to Gonjah Campsite Patensie

GPS: 33° 45' 32.00" S / 24° 48' 53.00" E

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Contact Gonjah Campsite

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Contact: Hetsie and Carin Scheepers
Landline: 041 000 1585
Mobile: 082 566 4047
Fax: 042 283 0437
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Accommodation Types

  • Camp Sites

Please note:
Rates may vary and reduced rates may apply to additional persons. All rates are indicative only, may be seasonal and are subject to change without notice.


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  • Hiking / Walking

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