Akaroa TOP 10 Holiday Park has self contained studios and units, plus cabins
Situated in the hills above Akaroa village, this park has an enviable location.
Carefully maintained, some of the terraced sites have bay views. Easy access
with trim flowerbeds at each level of the 150 sites. Most have power, storm
water drains and taps. An area is available for boat parking and there are
two dump points in the camp. There is a big in-ground swimming pool on
the upper level and a good children’s playground. Enjoy views over the bay
from the attractive kitchen or use the gas BBQ. TV rooms are provided
and internet access. The amenities include excellent showers and automatic
laundry equipment. It is an easy walk to the township for shopping, but a
climb on the way back. In summer, ice creams and drinks are available at the
office. Your friendly hosts are Kylee and Tracy. All sites are from $40 to $47
for two adults.
Easy to find, this large park is beside the Waitangi River, and an easy drive to
Paihia approx. 6 km away At the entrance is a well stocked shop and office.
The grounds are level with lovely mature trees, a children’s play area, flying fox,
swimming pool and BBQ. The river is safe for swimming, you can hire a kayak.
The main kitchen is very pleasant, light and airy with absolutely everything.
Adjacent is a roomy dining/lounge/TV area with a DVD. In addition to
communal fridge/freezers, refrigerated lockers can be hired at $2.50 per day.
A second kitchen is basic and is next to the ablutions The laundry is well
equipped with automatic machines. A few dining spots are set on the banks
of the river with a views across the water. A dump station is available Many
of the tours will pick up from here. Your friendly host is Gordon. Prices may
vary seasonally. Tariff $32 - $38 (2 persons), $12 per child.
This holiday park has been sold and is now closed. Please refer to other Christchurch Camping Grounds.
Off Linwood Ave, is this pretty little camp, 5km from the centre of Christchurch, with a perimeter of tree lined campsites. The centre hosts a clean, pleasant kitchen opening to a courtyard BBQ garden. Excellent ablutions, with piped music, include a disability suite and a good laundry. Of the 40 large power sites, many have hard stands. A special sheltered area close to the amenities has been set aside for tenters, and a swimming pool and children's playground are centrally placed. Internet access is available in the comfortable TV lounge, a 7-day shop is next door to the camp and there is free wifi and a dump station. Your hosts are Ross and Christine. Sites are from $36 for two people.
(Formerly All Seasons)
This is a popular holiday spot, an easy 35-minute drive from Auckland airport.
The attractively landscaped grounds are tucked into a sheltered bay with water
on two sides and a golf course on the third. Camp on sunny, terraced sites
- most equipped with power, water and sewerage facilities. Relax in the arge, covered swimming pool, with picnic and BBQ facilities, try your hand
at mini-golf. The TV and recreation room has great views across the harbour.
The kitchen offers plenty of appliances, refrigeration, a preparation area,
and a breezeway alongside provides dining space. Ablutions include smart
shower cubicles (metered), with a baby’s bath and disabled access toilet and
shower. Additional unisex showers and toilets are also provided. An excellent
automatic laundry has iron and board. Water-sport enthusiasts are catered
for with on-site kayak hire, fish cleaning, and boat parking, with a choice of boat
ramps nearby. Much care has been taken in landscaping the camp to give it a
pleasant, relaxed, resort atmosphere. A special area is designated for campers
with dogs. Tariff: $44 per night for up to 2 persons, $22 per night per extra adult, $11 per night per extra child (children age 1-12) babies under 1 free.
A short walk from Coromandel town centre, the Coromandel TOP 10 Holiday Park is ideally located to discover the Coromandel. There are level sites (both grass and hardstand), including 30 with power and a tenting area with a pleasant rural outlook. Willows and hedges give shelter and a pleasant heated swimming pool enclosure has a BBQ. Three smart kitchens with modern appliances are provided and the sparkling ablution blocks have metered showers. The automatic laundry has ironing equipment and a dump station. There is a jumping pillow for the littler kids. Bikes may be hired and there is a large fish cleaning and boat wash area on-site.
Your hosts are Caron and Sean. Power and tent sites are from $25 to $30 per person. Seasonal rates apply and pets by arrangement.
Situated on a farm, 1 km east of Waitomo village, this backpackers hostel offers
convenient camping around it’s pleasant, elevated grounds. There are some
stunning campsites (4 with power), with great views out over the Waitomo
Valley. All the facilities, including internet access, are in the lodge. Designed
to capture the views and the sun, the lodge has a wrap-around deck with BBQ
and outdoor dining space or dine alfresco using one of the timber-slab picnic
tables dotted around the grounds. There is a swimming pool, tennis court,
basketball court, and a very relaxed atmosphere - with various farm animals
to make friends with. Your hosts are Anne and Allen Juno.
We offer a range of well appointed units and cabins. Choose from self-contained units or studios for couples, to cosy cabins which are an affordable choice for families or groups.
A well landscaped park on the seaward side of Beach Road. There are 100
roomy grassed sites, 76 of which have power. There is a good playground that
includes a jumping pillow, and the kitchen and dining complex is attractive and
well equipped. Outside there is a pleasant BBQ pavilion for alfresco dining.
The spotless ablutions have a disability/infant suite and the laundry has fully
automatic equipment. You can enjoy either the outdoor, heated swimming
pool or the popular spa pool, and a card phone is provided for your use. Fish
cleaning facilities are available and there is a dump point, as well as internet
access. Your hosts are Lynne and Gerald Nolan. All sites are from $42 to $52
for two people.
This beautiful campground welcomes you from the moment you arrive. From the friendly face at the counter, along the drive through the well set out grounds, right to the peaceful camp spots. It's hard to believe you are only 800m from the town centre! The camping sites are on hard stands, with a grass area and picnic tables beside each. Shaded by beautiful mature trees, all you can hear are the birds and breeze rustling in the trees, this is camping at its best. The dining area, TV room and kitchen are excellent with all amenities and internet station, or sit outside under the veranda on one of the comfy couches and just soak in the calm atmosphere. Clean and attractive modern ablutions have a disability access and family suite, and the laundry is kept to a high standard. Free gas fired BBQs, a swimming pool and a children's playground (including toys) are available. What this Qualmark 4 star plus camp offers is the chance to enjoy a rural lifestyle experience. Watch the sheep being hand shorn and the dogs at work, guests can also help feed the farm animals each morning and night. Many activities outside of camp too, with the riverside walkway close by, mountain bikes for hire, gold pans and fishing rods. There is a booking agency for local attractions and it_s an ideal base for fishermen. Your friendly hosts are Lynn and Brent Winter. Tent sites are $36 for two, while power sites are $38 for two, or $25 for one.
2 km from Maketu and three local beaches, set on an elevated site, this camp
enjoys delightful landscaped gardens with rural views and many homely touches.
Check in at the modern office which carries a few basic supplies. The kids
have a great playground, a large solar heated swimming pool, plus a friendly
pony, birds, turtles etc. The amenities are excellent and include a smart, partly
covered pool next to the kitchen. Here there are modern appliances and a
dining space. The ablutions have free showers, disabled access/family suite and
plenty of bathroom extras. An automatic laundry and dump point are here
too. About 30 sites are available, all with power. When it comes to relaxing,
there is a TV lounge and games room, wireless hotspot and internet kiosks
and a great covered BBQ garden with tables and outdoor lighting. To support
the local kiwifruit industry, the camp has two distinct seasons, a summer one
to cater for holiday makers and a winter one to accommodate the seasonal
workers. Your friendly hosts are Phillip and Rosalie O’Reilly. Camping costs
$12.50 to $15 per person for a powered site and $10 to $12.50 for tents.
At the top end of Kaikohe beside the RSA the Motor Inn has a camping
area to one side. There are 10 power sites and numerous tent sites with
just a toilet, free shower and a small kitchen. A laundry has auto machines.
Campers have access to the swimming pool and enjoy the convenience of
the bar and restaurant next door. Very handy to the Kauri Coast or take a
30 minutes drive to the Bay of Islands. Your friendly hosts are Michelle and
Lindal. All sites $15 per person.
Narrows Park is a charitable trust, administered by staff and governed by the
Narrows Park Ministry Trust. This relaxed camp is set in picturesque rural
grounds, 10 minutes drive south of Hamilton and used mainly by groups.
Casual campers, looking for a peaceful spot, are welcome on the 25 powered
sites scattered about the rolling grounds. Groves of shady Acacia trees ring
the perimeter and tent sites are plentiful. The basic camper’s kitchen has a
stove and a refrigerator. The two well-scrubbed blocks of ablutions have free
showers and a disabled access toilet. The laundry has an automatic washer
and dryer. The camp offers a swimming pool. Al Belcher is the director,
office staff host, they would prefer you to ring in advance to check availability.
Eftpos and credit card facilities are available. All powered sites are from $16
per person. Tent sites $13 per person
Just off the main highway you will find this oldie but a goodie. With a dairy
at the front entrance, and a takeaway food outlet alongside, you won’t have
to worry about running out of anything. Mostly return families, there are 50
sites with power and 15 for tents. The grassed camping ground is dotted with
trees and is situated to the rear of a large historic lodge. The amenities consist
of a small kitchen, old but with all the appliances you will need, ablutions and
a laundry with automatic machines. Campers can use the lodge facilities and share the communal lounge with its open file. The swimming pool is totally enclosed for all-weather use and a dump station is on site. Your hosts are Brent
and Kirsty Cowles. Tents are $16 per person and power sites $18 per person.
With the northern Kaimai Ranges and Mount Te Aroha dominating the skyline
to the east, head south along the road to Matamata from Te Aroha. You’ll
spot the entrance flags of the holiday park not far out of town on your left.
Amongst mature oak trees. this park features hanging bridges, treehuts, giant
swings and the longest flying fox in New Zealand’s holiday park. Bush-clad
hills rise above you in the distance and the grounds are dotted with stately
old oak trees. A deep artesian spring supplies the camp with mineral water
and feeds the ‘rock pool’ thermal bath available free to campers. Enjoy the
grass tennis court, swimming pool and BBQs. In a quiet setting, the camp
is enclosed by farmland with provision for grazing if you are travelling with
equine companions. Amenities include, a serviceable kitchen with stove,
electric hobs, microwave and fridge/freezer; bright, tidy ablutions and a basic
automatic laundry and a dump station. There is a games and TV room, with
free wireless internet. Your hosts, Anna and Leon, can help you with bookings
for local attractions. German and Japanese are spoken here.
|Name||Type||Single||Two People||Extra Person
|Tenting||Tent & Car, no power on-site||$22||$35||$10 / $15||$175|
|Campervan||Van/bus/trailer plus a car, incl. electricity||$25||$40||$10 / $16||$175|
A smart, holiday complex with direct access to the beautiful Waikanae Beach
and just a few minutes stroll to Gisborne shops. This is a large camp with
133 powered sites. It can be intensely camped at times. Sites are level, with
some enjoying a shady aspect. The grounds are securely fenced and hedged
around the perimeter. There are open spaces for volleyball and an electric
BBQ area is a popular get-together spot. The amenities blocks function
well, with plentiful hot water and vanity areas in the ablutions. The large kitchen and laundry are well-equipped with appliances (bring own pots) Hire
a racquet and enjoy a game of tennis on the seaside courts with spectacular
views across to the white cliffs of Young Nicks Head or hire some wheels and
bike around the waterfront. Theres a kids play area, TV/games room too and
holiday entertainment may be offered in the summer. No pets please. A
dump station is provided. All sites are powered, from $18 to $25 per person.
Seasonal rates apply.
Waitomo Motel 6 berth
Waitomo Motel 4 berth
Powered Caravan/Campervan Sites
Non-Powered Tent Sites Beautifully landscaped grounds
Right in the heart of Waitomo Village, very close to the caves, this park offers amphitheatre-style camping across a series of large sunny terraces. A bar and cafe/restaurant is on-site, with the main village amenities just across the road. The central, modern, facilities block enjoys a pleasant rural valley outlook with kitchen/dining/TV room opening out to a shady BBQ terrace. Immaculate ablutions include a disabled access/family suite. Extras include an internet room and wireless hotspot, SKY TV, reading room, trampoline, a superb swimming pool (with hot tub) and a bright new playground. You can see all this without leaving home, on the park virtual tour website. As well as the world-famous caves, there are bushwalks and other scenic tourist attractions nearby. Your hosts, Julie and Bruce Tobeck, can assist you in booking these. An automatic laundry and dump point are provided. All sites cost from $22 per adult.