The camp and all the outbuildings were once part of the mining operation owned by certain Mr. Ben du Preez. When the company was declared bankrupt, the state inherited all the facilities at the camp. There is a grocery shop with basic supplies and petrol is also available. The camp is built next to an old mine dump. There is an air field to the north of the camp. Terrace Bay is the absolute northern limit for private visitors. At this point you are over 380 km from Swakopmund, in the heart of the Skeleton Coast National Park.
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