400 km north of Port Augusta, off Copley-Balcanoona Road
Vulkathunha-Gammon Ranges National Park is an arid wilderness of spectacular rugged ranges and deep gorges.
The park has important cultural significance for the Adnyamathanha people who are the traditional custodians of the region. There are a number of vehicle access points both for 2WD and 4WD vehicles, and the rugged and remote heart of the park provides a challenging destination for experienced bushwalkers. Vulkathunha- Gammon Ranges National Park adjoins Lake Frome Regional Reserve
David and Shirley bought the rundown Copley roadhouse in 1996. David had the vision, so the Copley Caravan Park was established. The park has obtained a 3 star AAA rating and In the past 10 years the park has grown, the trees have grown up and the bird life has increased. The park is friendly and the amenities are clean, which visitors appreciate on their long journeys.