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Address:
Carluke Road, Rai Valley, Marlborough, Marlborough, South Island

DESCRIPTION:

Turn onto Tennyson Inlet Road at Rai Valley and this camp is about half a
kilometre over a bridge on the right. 4 power points and numerous tent sites
are set amongst shady trees. Toilets are available. $10 per site.

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Phone(s):

03 5716201
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15 Renata Road, Okiwi Bay, RD 3, Rai Valley, Marlborough, Marlborough, South Island

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Okiwi Bay Holiday Park and Lodge is not right on the beach, but there is a boat ramp about 400 metres away. The grounds are neat and landscaped with 12 level sites, all have power and water and lovely sheltered trees. A shop is available with a good range of everyday supplies, and you can get your dive bottles filled, petrol or diesel and fill LPG bottles here. An immaculate kitchen has two full gas stoves and all other amenities, plus a BBQ, as well as a covered dining area outside. The ablutions are well designed, light and airy, with hand basins in the free shower and toilet cubicles plus a disability suite. Automatic machines are provided in the laundry, a phone is on-site and free wifi is available. So many things to do such as fishing, diving and scalloping, charter a boat, or take a guided trip. Kayaks and mountain bikes can be hired locally, there is a dump station and fish filleting bay provided. This is a pet friendly camp and your friendly hosts are Pam and Ian Montgomery. Both powered and unpowered sites are $20 per day for an adult, children 12 years and under $12.50, two years and under are free. Tent RCD cords are available for hire at $6 per day.

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03 5765006
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Address:
10 Beach Road, Waikawa Bay Marina, Picton, Marlborough, South Island

DESCRIPTION:

A spacious, popular family camp, 3km from Ferry terminal & the closest camp to Waikawa Marina & boat launch. Children's play area with trampoline and mega jumping pillow, swimming pool, baby bathroom, all units are modern, with TV. Wide range of accommodation options. Nature walks, fishing, swimming, native birds. On site summer dairy.

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Phone(s):

03 573 6343/0800 11 11 04
Website:
Email/Contact Us: info@parktostay.co.nz

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Alerts Modified Date: 2023-8-14 > Pelorus Bridge café closed

Address:
Pelorous Bridge, RD 2, Rai Valley, Marlborough, South Island

DESCRIPTION:

A stunningly beautiful spot amongst mature native forest, since last century Pelorus Bridge has been a popular stopover point for travellers between Marlborough and Nelson. Set over two camping areas, the main one being Kahikatea Flat, a delightful enclave with lawn tent sites, surrounded by native bush and the Pelorus River on one side. A new building houses kitchen and dining, shower and full laundry facilities, while the large deck provides delightful outside dining. The office and cafe are both at this site so you will need to check in here. On the opposite side of the river, down Mangatapu Road, is the second camping spot where there are 14 power sites, toilets and hot showers. No pets at either camp please. These busy and attractive camps are right next to the beautiful Pelorus River, great for swimming, trout fishing and boating. Paula and John are your friendly hosts here, and the price is $15 each for a night, children are only $7.50

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03 5716019
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Address:
303 Waikawa Road, Picton, New Zealand, Marlborough, South Island

DESCRIPTION:

It's great to see a campground with lots of quirky objects scattered around, from the robot that meets you at the entrance to the sites, to the hedge face. Here you will find level sites on gently rising land with good shade trees. An inviting outdoor eating area has a BBQ and pizza oven with seating around, all sheltered by a trellis and pergola. In the kitchen is an island with hobs, microwave and fridge, plus small appliances. The ablution block is light and bright with plenty of good hot showers. In the laundry are automatic washing machines dryers and an iron. All amenities are clean and tidy. There is a children’s play area, trampoline and cricket pitch, and a popular solar heated swimming pool as well as a TV room. Children can borrow DVDs at no
charge. A peaceful setting great for a family, individual, backpacker or groups.
There are large spacious sites for campervans, caravans and tents, and it is a gentle stroll to the beach, marina or restaurants. It is also handy to two boat launch pads. Your hosts are Felicity, Richard and family. All sites from $16 per adult, $7.50 per child.

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Phone(s):

03 5737434
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Dog Policy:

Some of the sites are pet friendly - check with the camp hosts.

Last Update:

16/06/2022
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Address:
Havelock Holiday Park, 24 Inglis Street, Havelock, Marlborough, New Zealand, Marlborough, South Island

DESCRIPTION:

Welcome to the stunning part of Marlborough, we will help you discover the many different activities and places to explore during your stay.

Havelock Holiday Park provides affordable, safe, family-friendly and pet-friendly accommodation options for both Kiwi campers and International travellers.

Treat Havelock as your travel hub and you will have easy access to scenic walking and biking tracks, be able to cruise stunning waterways, experience fantastic cuisine including the famous Greenshell Mussels and as if that is not enough, we can book you on a Wine Tour around the large selection of Marlborough wineries. There is something for all tastes so try us, you will not be disappointed.

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Phone(s):

03 574 2339
Website:
Email/Contact Us: info@havelockholidaypark.kiwi

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Last Update:

11/02/2021
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Address:
Spring Creek Holiday Park 1199 Rapaura Rd Spring Creek 7273, Marlborough, South Island

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In the heart of vineyard and fruit-bowl country, this camp is 6km from Blenheim and 10mins to the Picton Ferry. On one boundary are campsites along the stream bank, the grounds are open and well-kept with tree boundaries, and more trees have been planted for shelter. There are around 70 power sites, some with hard stands. The ablutions are basic and with a charge for the showers. Two kitchens are well equipped with full stoves, and the TV room has a pool table and table tennis for your enjoyment. Cool off in the swimming pool, or enjoy the children’s playground. Internet access available and there is a dump station on site. Your friendly hosts are Andy and Christine Collingwood. Check the online booking site for current rates.

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Phone(s):

+64 3 570 5893
Website:
Email/Contact Us: bookings@springcreekhp.co.nz
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Last Update:

9/02/2021
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Address:
Blenheim Backpackers and Motor Camp, 27 Budge Street, Blenheim, New Zealand, Marlborough, South Island

DESCRIPTION:

Not many sites available on the edge of this busy backpacker complex, and small vans only due to parking room. This is a young person's paradise, looks like a great social atmosphere. Has all the normal amenities that are needed, a bit messy but not too bad. A pool to cool down in, and a very sociable outside BBQ area, as well as an outside covered porch area to grab a book or answer your emails. Your host is Barry.

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Phone(s):

021 034 3913
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Email/Contact Us: info@blenheimbackpackers.co.nz
Address:
Mistletoe Bay Eco Village, Onahau Rd, Onahau Bay, 7282, Marlborough, South Island

DESCRIPTION:

Accessible by road and from the Queen Charlotte Track, this camp is on the
waters edge with a stunning view. A large flat area is surrounded by native
bush, with some terraced areas. There are excellent clean toilets and hot
water showers and a disability suite. A kitchen with all facilities, a laundry and
drying room are here. Ideal for large groups. Price per adult is $16, child $10.
Sharon and Casey are your hosts.

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Phone(s):

03 5734048
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