Tierhoek campsite (S Kuboes 30km)

Tierhoek Circle Route (37km): 
Running from the Main road between Lekkersing and Kuboes via Tierhoek camp site, Perdewater, and back down to the Eksteenfontein-Kuboes main road. The section of road running to Tierhoek campsite is upgraded to allow for easy 2x2 access to Tierhoek, while the remainder of the road is repaired to allow for access to bakkies.

Tierhoek Camp Site Site Description 
This site is situated on the floor of a kloof on the southern edge of Ploegberg Mountains, in the north-eastern part of the conservancy. Access is by 2x2 vehicle off the main road between Kuboes and Lekkersing. The kloof is characterised by big round boulders and a sheer cliff on one side of the kloof. There is a shallow cave and many nooks and crannies have been formed between boulders that have settled at the bottom of the kloof. 

The kloof is well vegetated with trees, grasses and shrubs. The site is currently used as an informal camping and picnic site. Water is available from a borehole in the neighbouring kloof. 

Upgrade of site 
The site will be neatened up by removing the car wrecks, fences and other scrap. Formal camp sites and parking areas will be demarcated. Two dry-pit toilets and two shower areas will be built between some of the boulders. A solar pump to replace the old windmill will be installed to pump water from the borehole in the neighbouring kloof. The capacity of the camp site will be 5 to 6 vehicles with 3 to 4 people each. 
Area Perspective of Tierhoek
General area perspective