Mientjie Park is situated in the escarpment of Mpumalanga, in the small town of Sabie. Sabie was popular as a camping and resting place for hunters and explorers long before the discovery of gold in the vicinity.
Accommodation consists of five two-bedroom cottages which overlook the park. The restaurant provides light meals and the well-known Old Sawmill Pub is there to quench your thirst. The pub area is a biker's haven with a drive-in parking for all bikers.
Sabie River, originally known as Ulusaba or "River of Fear", flows through the town. Mientjie Park is situated on the outskirts of Sabie in the direction of Graskop and Pilgrims Rest. We are centrally located to places of interest such as the Sudwala Caves, Graskop, the historical town of Pilgrims Rest and the Kruger National Park. Mientjie Park is an ideal stopover for tours, families, and friends. It offers a joyful playground for children where they can swing, slide, swim, take pony rides and feed the animals.