During holiday seasons and over weekends, Dragon Peaks Mountain Resort is mostly booked out well in advance, and with good reason. Built on a 1000 acre wilderness area, the resort is dreamily nestled in the heart of the Champagne Valley, facilitating an astounding variety of interests.
The family-run resort has a wide range of accommodation options, from caravan and campsites, to self-catering cottages of varying sizes, accommodating backpackers, wedding guests, conference goers and families.
The activities are as extensive as the accommodation options and will particularly appeal to the younger folk, with trampolines, a jungle gym, and canoes to hire. Horse trails, fishing dams, a games room, pool tables, volley ball and table tennis will also provide hours of entertainment and enjoyment. Dragon Peaks Mountain Resort is conveniently located, with access to a variety of other activities nearby. Enjoy a live display at the Bird of Prey centre, visit the Ardmore Art Gallery, or try your hand at clay pigeon shooting. Half an hour away is the Spioenkop Game Reserve and Battlefield Site. A restaurant with good, old-fashioned hearty South African fare is available if you tire of self-catering. There is also a well-stocked small grocery store on site. The one-stop Adventure Centre is also onsite and offers downhill scooter trails, zip lines, abseiling and paint ball