Enjoy the convenience of our brand-new campground facilities, complete with guest kitchen, dining and lounge area and bathrooms. Or, you may prefer to enjoy a meal at our on-site café. Guest facilities also include laundry, and limited satellite Internet is available for purchase.
During the summer months, we highly recommend booking ahead to avoid disappointment.
Please note, if you do not have a booking, please ring ahead to see if we have any vacancies. We are very busy at the moment.
Park up for the night amidst lush Fiordland forest in our Rainforest Campervan Park – it’s the ultimate NZ Must-Do for those exploring New Zealand by campervan! Milford Lodge is surrounded by huge mountains and a fast-flowing river and is only minutes from the Milford Sound boat cruise departure point.
The dramatic country of the Milford Sound has huge surrounding mountains and a fast-flowing river, and the Lodge.
There are 20 sites available for caravans or campervans only, please ring ahead during the peak season to avoid missing out. Cook for yourself in the brand new kitchen and dining facility, or you can enjoy a drink and a great
meal at the café. The dining and recreation area is large and comfortable, there are unisex ablutions, and a laundry. As this is a national park, pets are not permitted. The local wildlife includes keas and voracious sandflies. Storage facilities for campers are provided at the Lodge free of charge, and you can book a variety of trips from here. Please note we have a strict no tenting policy.
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Please note that freedom camping (within 200m of the road) is not allowed on the Milford Road.
Along the Milford Road (between Te Anau and The Divide) you can stay at one of ten DOC camping areas. These are in picturesque spots beside bush, rivers and lakes, often with opportunities for bush walks or trout fishing nearby. Most have fire places, picnic tables, toilets and access to river water, and are very reasonably priced (take cash for self registration). Please note that freedom camping (within 200m of the road) is not allowed on the Milford Road.
From this large camping complex, you can walk to Wanaka township, and
just see the lake through the trees. Over 200 sites are placed underneath
large pine trees, and some weeping willows, and some are in the open.
While the main amenities block has a large kitchen with plenty of cooking
appliances, a fridge and TV, there is also space to socialise while fixing dinner.
There are showers in the ablution blocks and the well-equipped laundry
has banks of automatic machines and a drying room. Extra amenities are
available at peak times. There is a playground and ‘safe swimming down at
the lake, and squash/tennis courts next door. The public dump station is
at the front gate, and your host is Aggi Sanders. All sites $19 per person.
This holiday park with its lovely mountain views and glorious sunsets has
approximately 40 sites amongst tree-lined and sheltered hedges. The
facilities are modern and sparkling, and one of the ablution blocks is ‘5 star’
style, with underfloor heating and other luxurious extra. There is a spa
, sauna, fitness centre and playground here. A courtesy vintage car pickup
may be available from local restaurants and you can book at the office
for local trips and attractions. The Upukerora River is 250 metres away
where you can go swimming, fishing and kayaking, pets are welcome by arrangement
so please call first. Your friendly hosts are the Saunders
family. Unpowered sites are from $18 per person, and $20 for powered.
Prices start at $45.
Nestled above Wanaka township, and with lovely views of the hills and the lake, is this immaculately set out camp ground. Take the road to Mt Aspiring/Glendhu Bay for 2kms then turn left onto Studholme Road North (make sure you dont take Studholme South). This camp is ideal for skiers and summer visitors alike as it is well set up with just about everything you could need. With its landscaped grounds and large established shade trees, this camp gets lovely sun all day, and enjoys great mountain views. Plentiful ablutions (with under floor heating), good kitchen, the lounge has a wood burner and Sky TV. There is a children's playground here and a covered BBQ area. For the skier, a workshop and safe storage for ski-gear, and enjoy a soak in the two hot spas and/or the sauna. Motorhome sites are all on hard stands and spacious, some tent sites are also available. With renovations and upgrades every year, and spotless presentation, this is a camp you will want to stay at. Everything you need is included in the price (except for laundry facilities), even unlimited wifi and a car wash. If you want to go in to town for a meal or a drink, there is a free courtesy pickup available from 4-9pm. Your hosts are Andrea and Justin Kendrick. Prices start at $45.
Powered Camping Sites:
The Spacious 7m X 7m Campervan sites are mostly grassed.
Each site includes Power, Water, Waste, 24 hour access to the common areas that contain TV lounge, bathrooms, kitchen, dining and Free WiFi.
Non Powered – Tent Sites:
Choose your own Non Powered – tent site at the Te Anau Lakeview Kiwi Holiday Park, each site includes 24 hour access to the common areas that contain TV lounge, bathrooms, kitchen, dining and our Free WiFi.
The family owned Kiwi Holiday Park is situated on the southern shore of Lake Te Anau. We invite you to experience Fiordland National Park from our spacious Lakeside Holiday Park. Our quiet established park has amazing lake and mountain views, children's play area, Free Barbecues, picnic tables, Sky TV, IAC and wireless internet, laundries, sauna/spa bath, communal bathrooms and kitchens.
Tent sites from $18 per person and power sites are from $42 for two adults. Children under 15 years are $10.
An attractive park 3km along the Wanaka-Mt Aspiring Road where 100 camping sites are terraced and sheltered by tree belts around the outside. Powered sites are on a hard stand, with a small grassed area and picnic table for each site, and the top sites have a wonderful view and a clean and modern kitchen with plenty of cooking appliances, fridges and TV. Down one level is the recreation room, with internet and a lounging deck so you can watch the children as they swim in the pool that comes complete with 3 slides and a balancing beam. More amenities are provided on a lower level where a little area is set aside for tents, with plenty of sunny sites. There are automatic machines in the laundry and a drying room for use in the ski season. There are two BBQ facilities in the camp, one on each level. There is also an indoor spa pool and a dump point here, and you can pick up a ski bus at the gate. Your hosts are Tracey and Patrick Perkins. Tent sites from $18 per person and power sites are from $42 for two adults. Children under 15 years are $10.
There has been a lot of thought and attention gone into planning this beautifully set out park. Manicured to within an inch of its life, each site is large and private as they are all bordered by new tree plantings. Everything is modern and new, and walking through it makes you feel like you are in someones home rather than a camp ground. A large kitchen and dining room with everything you need, a lounge with comfortable chairs, and ensuite bathrooms. Washers and dryers are available and everything is very, very clean. There is a dump station available, covered parking if needed, and gravel areas for parking in the winter. Other amenities include a covered BBQ area, childrens playground, and a new viewing platform to oversee the park and the nearby mountain. There is also a bush walk within metres of the gate, and pets are welcome as long as they have their inoculation certificate. Your hosts are Gloria and Selwyn Cranstoun. Power sites from $38 for two people, unpowered sites from $35 for two persons and $19 for each extra person. Children under 14 years of age are $8.
Although this is some 50km from Queenstown, the sealed road takes in some
great alpine scenery. The park is at the head of Lake Wakatipu with an outlook to
the majestic Southern Alps, it is virtually the entrance to Fiordland. Undergoing
a huge redevelopment, the camp is currently offering limited camping facilities,
but even these sound pretty good. There are 34 sites, a laundry, kitchen, showers
and a children’s playground. Your host is Andrew and a site will cost you $30 for
two, extras $15 each. This camp will be closed from 28 March until November
This is a secluded, back to nature bush site around 6km from Wanaka, you will find it off Aubrey Road. A myriad of landscaped camping sites are scattered amongst the manuka shrubbery, with tracks to the lake. Choose your site in the sun or shade, and look at the breath taking views of the mountains and lake. Right on the source of the Clutha, this is a special place for fishing so there is a boat ramp, in the office is a small shop and assistance for booking local activities and forward accommodation. The amenities are sturdy and spotless and the kitchen clean with good equipment, outside dining, and barbecues. The ablutions are not numerous but are well presented and extra toilets are scattered around the grounds. Showers are coin operated, $1 for five minutes of hot water. A corridor laundry has automatic washers and a dryer. The natural bush makes for a great children_s playground, and Internet access is available. Open all year round, come and hire a bike and have a look around. Running this camp are Glenn and Tracy. Sites are $16 per adult and $8 per child. Powered sites are $5 extra per site.