The Matroosberg nature reserve says most of the accommodation in Ceres has been fully booked this weekend as scores of people, especially Capetonians flocked to experience the snow.
This week's cold front brought heavy rains, gale force winds and snow to certain parts of the Western Cape.
Yesterday, the top of Table Mountain was also covered in snow.
While roads across the province were flooded, thousands of families were forced to flee their homes which've been left waterlogged.
The Matroosberg Nature Reserve's Waldo de Kok says the Boland town's bustling with visitors.
“We’ve got a 4x4 route which takes you into the snow. We also have several 4x2 routes that take you closer to the snow.
“There’s quite a lot of snow lower down this weekend so people with normal vehicles can access the snow from a much lower point.”