Tui Lodge has 1.5 acres of beautifully manicured gardens and lawn, ideal for relaxing and enjoying your holiday.
Each room has an ensuite, the use of your own lounge with tea and coffee making facilities.
Fishing and accommodation package deals are available on request.
Alerts Modified Date: 2023-11-25 > Expect changed conditions and damage
This campsite marks the mid-point of the Timber Trail and easy access to the Maramataha suspension bridge. Use the campsite as a base to explore the forest roads by car or mountain bike. Go hunting for red deer.
Number of tent sites - 16.
Bookings not required - first come, first served.
Fires permitted in designated fire places and only if there is no fire ban. Check rules and fire bans before you light.
A camping location that boasts under-ﬂoor geothermal heating for your tent
so no chance of getting cold here! Enjoy a host of experiences in this cosy
camp environment, try cooking using the outdoor steam hangi oven, soak away
your cares in the hot mineral pools, dig your own hot pool in the lakeshore
(spade supplied) or inspect the bubbling mud hole from a safe distance. For
the more conventional cooks, there are outdoor BBQs or a bright kitchen with
all the usual equipment and adjacent outdoor dining space. Relax in the large,
comfortable recreation room with TV corner and table tennis that you’ll fnd
above the kitchen. The smart ablutions have oodles of hot water and a laundry
and drying room are available. The kids have access to a warm swimming pool,
adventure playground and track to the lake. A dump point is provided as well
as free wif, The 35 power sites cost from $24 per person, with tent sites from
$21 per person.
Nestled on the banks of the famous Waiteti Trout Fishing Stream, this unique Rotorua Holiday Park is set in 2 acres of mature trees and gardens and offers you a peaceful setting for your holiday. Fish from the banks or a quiet stream-side stroll to Lake Rotorua make us a fisherman's paradise. Only 10 minutes from town.
We have a variety of 4 Star Qualmark rated self catering accommodation choices to offer you:
Fully-equipped park motels with kitchens & ensuite bathrooms
Family units & studios
Standard cabins popular with families / groups on a budget
50 bed lodge for family, school, sports & fishing groups
Powered and un-powered camp sites for your tent, caravan or motor home. Size doesn't matter.
The recent makeover means fresh paint and new facilities welcome campers, along with the 18 dinosaurs of course. Educational as well as a fun feature, the dinosaurs each have a sign that gives details of their eating habits amongst other information. Just a hop, skip and a jump to the Hannah Bay lake front reserve of Lake Rotorua, the local shops, and the airport, family entertainment is what this place is all about. Facilities include an excellent toilet and shower area, as well as a sparkling kitchen area. Mature trees are scattered throughout this spacious camp, 75 powered sites have hedged borders and a large, open grass area with 25 tent sites. If the children get bored with the amazing playground, and onsite bouncy castle, there is always the recreation room which includes Sky TV and a dining room with wireless hotspot and internet kiosks. There are also kayaks and bikes for hire, tree huts and an under 10 year old children\'s room. Of course the first port of call will probably be the large indoor heated swimming pool with a retractable roof, or the toddler pool and a spa for the grownups. A laundry and dump point are provided.
Book Concrete Sites (for camper vans etc)
Powered Fenced Sites (great for dogs and small children)
All Seasons has a range of powered grass sites, including drive on and off sites and hard stands. We can accommodate campervans/caravans at our grass sites.
If you are into mountain biking, then this is the camp for you, with back gate access to the local mountain bike trails, book ahead for the onsite sorts masseuse, and a purpose built bike wash. First camp as you come in from Taupo, this well-groomed park is lush with mature trees and ponga ferns, giving it a restful urban setting. Choose from 100 powered sites, large vehicle bays, or a special 24-site hardstand campervan area, complete with covered walkway to the streamlined kitchen and inviting indoor recreational area. Campers have the option of several different kitchens, all with plentiful cooking facilities, or of enjoying an open-air meal at the BBQ dining areas. Tent sites can be found on a picturesque, elevated lawn at the rear of the camp complete with their own amenities block and views of the surrounding hills. All the facilities are first class and have disabled access, recent makeovers have made things even nicer, and a dump point is provided. Take a soak in the hot mineral pools, or try the heated swimming pool, children are well catered for with lots of new equipment in the adventure playground under magnificent oak trees, as well as a bike track. Right out the back is a large area that includes facilities for playing volleyball, cricket, tennis, or rugby. Large groups are no problem here, and the upgrades planned in the next two years are exciting. The friendly staff in the office will be able to book one of the many attractions on offer, some are discounted for this camp only, and shuttle buses use the camp as a pickup point. Non-powered sites from $20, powered sites and motorhome sites from $25 per adult.
This smart urban park is only one kilometre away from the central city and
has 40 level sites. Most of the camping spots are paved and with power, while
a number of rear sites enjoy a secluded garden atmosphere. There are two
kitchens and a roofed pavilion with free electric BBQ and picnic tables. Two
smart ablution blocks, one includes disabled access facilities, also you’ll fnd a
compact laundry. Check out the centrally located seasonal heated swimming
pool, two mineral pools and petanque court. A dump and fll-up station for
mobile homes is available, and a local tour booking facility. A cosy lounge with
a gas fre, book swap and Sky TV, or stay in touch with wireless internet hotspot
and on-site pay phone. Your hosts are the Adams family, and sites are from $40
for two, seasonal rates apply.
Treen and her friendly team will welcome you to this boutique family run
accommodation complex. Hidden away at the rear of the complex are up
to 20 spaces both on grass and in the carpark. Make use of the many onsite
facilities, that include the Lean-To bar, Cocoon cafe and eatery, and a hot
thermally heated pool. The large well-equipped communal kitchen and dining
area has an outside seating area, while the TV and recreation rooms are at the
end of this block where you can have a game of pool. There is also a large
laundry, as well as plentiful toilets and showers. Nearby is the free geothermal park and an aquatic centre, while town is only a 10-15m walk away. Tent sites
$12 per person, campervan sites powered $20 per person, non-powered $15
per person, children are $8 per child.
A friendly park with art-deco style buildings situated a short drive from central Rotorua. In a quiet suburban location at Ngongotaha, you can relax at the camp or enjoy a short walk to the lake, local village shops or nearby popular trout fishing streams. For the fisherman there is fish cleaning equipment and a smokehouse, and a BBQ can be hired to cook the catch of the day. Facilities are non-smoking and the showers are free. Major upgrades are planned in the kitchen area, a nice outdoor seating area is the start of these. While the kitchen is small at the moment, it has all the amenities you need, and everything is clean and smart. Amuse the children at the playground with trampoline, TV/games room or fun bike hire, while the spa pool or above ground solar heated swimming pool are open from October to May, or stay in touch using the wireless hotspot. Lovely hosts Reece and Dianne will help you in the office which doubles as a camp store, provides information for all local attractions, as well as providing trout fishing supplies. Sites are from $30 for two, $7.50 per child, and peak seasonal rates apply.
A relaxed Christian focused camp between the beautiful Lakes Rotoehu and Rotoma, some 30m from Rotorua. Adjacent to the Rotoma Scenic Reserve and the local school, it is a peaceful spot away from the main tourist bustle. The camp has a bush backdrop with large, tidy, level sites, and only a short walk to the beautiful Waitangi Soda Springs for a hot soak. The amenities have a beautiful mural painted on the outside, and have clean, metered showers, toilets, and a breezy covered communal dining and social area beside the kitchens. Nearby Lake Rotoma is a popular spot for fishing and water sports, so you want to utilise the fish cleaning facilities. The camp has 30 powered sites and a similar number of tent sites, under large mature trees. Your friendly hosts are Lucy and Tony Cullen. Tent sites are from $15 per person, with powered sites $20 per person, children five to16 years $8. No credit card or eftpos so bring your cash.