Geography and history
Oranjeville is a small town situated in the Northern Free State region of the Free State Province, South Africa. This town is named after the Prince of Orange from Holland and was founded on the banks of the Wilge River. It served as a halfway house for travellers moving between Heilbron, Frankfort and Vereeniging. It has a meagre population of approximately 300 of which the majority speaks Afrikaans. Today it is referred to as the Peninsula of the Northern Free State.
Oranjeville offers cosy accommodation for visitors who would like to stay a night or two. There are a range of bed and breakfasts, self-catering units and guest houses to choose from. If you would like a complete list of places to stay in the region, please go to our accommodation directory.
Oranjeville offers activities and attractions for adventure-seekers. There are loads of things to with regards to water activities.
Things to do in Oranjeville include:
- Angling and Water Sport
- Hiking Trails
- Jim Fouché Holiday Resort
- Municipal Dam Front Camping Site
- Oranjeville Holiday Resort
- Wilgedraai Holiday Resort
Oranjeville has a thriving business community and provides a wide range of goods and services to its residents as well as surrounding communities. The restaurants in the area are also of top quality. See our business directory for a list of businesses you can find in the area.
|Oranjeville Tourism Office Information|
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