All sites are from $20 for one adult, $38 for two, extra adults at $15 each, and children $10.
Having been completely redeveloped in the last few years, this camp has pristine and modern amenities throughout. There are numerous tent and power sites, some with hard stands, and with many large shade trees. The modern ablutions have a disability/family suite and are spotless, while the large modern kitchen/dining has all amenities and opens to a covered outside BBQ area with coin operated BBQs. There is a well-equipped children_s playground on the edge of a large field where you can practice your rugby kicks, or play a game or cricket. Arrowtown is an historical gold mining town with many activities in the area, and the towering mountains around you are awe inspiring. Your hosts are Lindsay and Vicki Robertson. All sites are from $20 for one adult, $38 for two, extra adults at $15 each, and children $10.
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 extras. There is a spa,
sauna, fitness centre and playground here. A courtesy vinatge 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.
Frankton Motor Camp is a lovely lakefront camp has sites on various levels, which are well planned and shaded by mature trees. The large open plan kitchen/dining/ lounge area has indoor/outdoor eating on a massive timber deck. Good ablution blocks include a disability unit. The laundry has good automatic equipment. Use the TV room, or enjoy a meal at the nearby hotel. There is a card phone. Your hosts are Graeme and Tracey O_Rourke. Powered sites are from $22 for 1 adult and $12 for children a night and $18 per adult and $12 per child for a non-powered site
Very addictive camping with all the extras, including 24-hour internet hotspot, and an attractive, tropically bambooed fresh water hot tub and sauna area. In a pristine setting, the well-groomed sites are dotted with trees and this is the only campground in the centre of town but on the edge of the lake. Spacious well designed kitchens open to a bricked patio that invites alfresco dining, or use the brand new BBQ. A TV lounge with Sky offers comfort in a relaxed atmosphere, there is also a games room. The smart ablutions have under floor heating, disability and family bathroom facilities, segregated and unisex facilities are available. The laundry has excellent automatic machines, ironing equipment and a vacuum cleaner. Children will enjoy travelling on the good ship _Mountain View_ which will keep them safely at anchor while the parents sit under the _rustic_ gazebo for a chat, or they may like to play on the new jumping pillow. Free wireless internet Is provided and you can hire mountain bikes here. The sites include 80 with power and some especially for winter parking. Bryan and Georgia McChlery and their staff will look after you. Sites for two people are from $20, children under 14 years are from $10 each.
Tent sites from $30 for one adult and power sites from $37 for one adult or $57 for two.
What an amazing campground Queenstown Holiday Park Motels are, all the luxury you could possibly want, but with an individual quirky atmosphere. Amusing sculptures and unusual use of recycled parts has made this camp something truly special. Many sites are on all weather turf, while others stretch along the banks of the stream with plenty of shade during the heat of summer. Campers will love the two outdoor kitchen/BBQ pavilions, both with innovative themes. Mosaic paths lead to superb ablutions, which include a spa bathroom and sauna (for hire), and disability/family facilities are available. Gather in the comfort of the TV lounges, or in the sunroom/dining bay. The laundry facilities are excellent, there is plentiful internet access, and coffee and a supermarket are on your doorstep. Your hosts are Tonnie and Erna Spijkerbosch. Tent sites from $30 for one adult and power sites from $37 for one adult or $57 for two.
This large, nicely landscaped and secure park is on the fringe of Fiordland. The grounds are terraced up from the lake with 150 power sites, 100 tent sites and the occasional pine tree. A local shuttle service operates to the walking tracks. The modern kitchen/dining lounge is smart and has energy friendly lighting and all up to date equipment, and you can dine outside while overlooking the lake. The other kitchen/dining is a big dual entry room, with hob cooking, microwave, tables & chairs. An excellent commercial laundry will be welcomed by both wet holidaymakers and skiers, and there is a good supply of toilets and showers that are spotlessly clean. A spa and paraplegic unit are opened as required, and an adventure playground and boat ramp are available. Next to reception is ‘Tracknet’ which offers information on the area, walking tracks and can book your tours.
- Above Lake Wakatipu, and close to the heart of Queenstown, is this large and
busy complex. With a brand new reception area and entrance, plus a security
barrier with card access for campers, it feels welcoming and modern from the
moment you come in. The state of the art kitchen, with two cooking areas and
dining room with all mod cons, adjoins the TV room, while the outside dining
area has a coin operated BBQ. Help yourself to herbs out of the garden beside
the kitchen, and admire the lovely flower boxes below the windows. The
laundry has banks of token-operated automatic machines and modern, clean
ablutions , including an adjacent suite for mothers and babies. The office doubles
as a booking centre and internet access station, there are several card operated
phones around the grounds. Eftpos and credit card facilities are available in the
office, and there is a dump point with fresh water. Your hosts are the friendly
camp team. Non-powered sites are $25 per person, and powered sites are
$27.50 per adult. $12 per child, 2 to14 years, powered or un-powered site.
Set in landscaped grounds, 4 minutes' drive or 15 minutes' walk from the centre of Queenstown and 6 minutes' drive from Skycity Queenstown Casino, Qbox offers single-sized beds in dormitory style cabins. Free WiFi is provided. Each cabin has heating, a seating area and a patio with garden views. Access to a shared bathroom and shared TV area is included. Guests can use the on-site BBQ facilities available. Skyline Gondola Base and AJ Hackett Bungy are both 4 minutes' drive from QBOX. The nearest airport is Queenstown Airport, 16 minutes' drive from the property.
In a quiet alpine setting you will find this lovely park, close to many of the Shotover River activities, which you can book at the office as there is a full booking service here. A large, well-appointed kitchen is adjacent to a combined dining and leisure area, and TV and internet access as well as a covered outdoor BBQ area. The ablutions are of high quality, very clean, and with high pressure water, reticulated gas and a fully equipped laundry. All facilities have been completely renovated and are in mint condition. A children's playground is close to the outside covered dining area, and includess a jumping pillow. Just a stroll to a hotel and restaurant and lots to do here if you fancy a Shotover jet boat ride, skiing, bungy jumping, horse trekking, river rafting, or other activities too numerous to list. Your friently hosts are Karl and Holly. SItes are $42 for two adults and exact adult is $20.
Skippers is part of Mount Aurum Recreation Reserve, among the hills and valleys that fed much of Wakatipu's 1860s gold fever. The reserve was established in 1985 from Mount Aurum Station and annually attracts tens of thousands of visitors wanting to explore the 9,100-hectare reserve, despite the challenges of getting there. The reserve begins after crossing the historic Skippers suspension bridge. Opened in 1901 it's the most spectacular of its kind in New Zealand. On the terrace above is a virtual ghost town, the remnants of Skippers Township, once the largest gold settlement on the Shotover River. Mount Aurum Reserve offers dramatic views and opportunities to walk, tramp, camp, paint, kayak, mountain bike, picnic and raft - you can even bring your dog.