Jubilee Creek Picnic Site in Knysna Rural, Western Cape
The Jubilee Creek Picnic Site is situated in Knysna in the Western Cape, South Africa.
This unique picnic spot sits within the Knysna Forest down in a valley. The fresh green grass clearing is alongside the Milkwood Creek Stream, a cool forest stream lazily flowing through the area, creating an atmosphere like no other. There are plenty of picnic sites in the forest and alongside the stream with plenty of sunshine and shade.
Swimming and exploring the forest are both fun activities for families. There is plenty of bird and animal life to be found in the forest area, in fact the Knysna Elephants used to roam through the forest some time ago, but sadly they are no longer here. This is the ideal day outing for the whole family, be sure to remember your swimwear and perhaps a blanket for an afternoon nap!
Things to do and see
- Swimming hole
- Jubilee Creek Walk (3 km return)
- Picnic Spots
- Braai facilities
- Wooden tables and benches
- Water and Bush toilets
Open daily during daylight hours
Admission fee is between R9 and R17 per person. Prices are subject to change, please confirm with the Picnic Site directly.
Summer months, November to March will have average temperatures of between 15˚C and 28˚C with high rainfall in October.
Winter months, May to August will have average temperatures of between 7˚C and 21˚C with the lowest rainfall in June.
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