Geography and history
Edenville is a small town situated in the Northern Free State region of the Free State Province in South Africa. It was proclaimed a town in 1912 on three farms named Erfdeel-Noord, Langland and Welgelegen. The area is very rich in game and offers tourists the chance to do some hunting activities. Edenville is located 48 km from Kroonstad and 50 km from Heilbron. Motor bikes and Vintage cars dating from 1925 make a interesting visiting place in Edenville.
This beautiful town offers accommodation in the form of bed and breakfasts, guest houses, self-catering facilities and camping sites. Please view our accommodation directory for a full list of places to stay in Edenville.
Activities and attractions
Edenville offers loads of outdoor activities and beautiful sights for all tourists to enjoy. The wildlife and natural surroundings makes for many activities.
Things to do in Edenville include the following:
- Roemryk Horse Trails and Safaris
- Sernick Bonsmara Stud Farm and Bull Testing Centre
- Vaal Dam (Angling, sailing and yachting)
- Vintage Car Exhibition
- Hiking and Biking
Edenville has a prosperous business community. The residents produce fine quality products with good service. The restaurants in the area are locally owned and cater for all budgets. Please visit our business directory for a list of all the businesses you will find in the area.
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