Jansenville is a small town on the R75 between Port Elizabeth and Graaff Reinet. The Sundays River flows along the town.
Between Jansenville and the Zuurberg to the south is a plain that marks the northern boundary of the Addo National Park. To the north are some hills which have a scenic drive. At the summit, there are views across the Camdeboo plains to the peaks of the Sneeuberg.
Jansenville is game country and there are game farms and hunting concessions in the area.
Attractions in Jansenville include:
– the large Dutch Reformed Church, a building in the basilican style made of local stone.
– the Anglo-Boer War fort north of the town attests to the guerrilla activity in the area in that conflict.
– the restored Sid Fourie House serves as a museum.
Angora Lodge is situated in the heart of the town, within walking distance from all the major businesses and the Municipal Offices making it the ideal place to stay for visiting businessmen.
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