Amber Kiwi Holiday Park & Motels is centrally located between the Christchurch Airport & downtown Christchurch. Low cost accommodation & camping choices are offered. Set on sheltered, landscaped grounds with ultra-clean facilities.
Your hosts are Braden and Sharon Lee.
About 2km south of Hornby, and close to Templeton shops, is this camp on the
edge of SH1, with a number of long-termers and home-base buses, although
there is still the odd spot for the holidaymaker. Amenities include a TV room,
three kitchens, an ablution block (with disabled facilities) and a laundry. A gas
BBQ is available, and there are powered sites near the office for late arrivals.
A nearby garage has takeaway food or you can eat at the hotel, and there is a
dump station. Your hosts are Bob and Carol Christie. Powered sites are $45
for two people, with tent sites from $25 for two.
With the airport just down the road, and close to the city, this park offers various campsites for both vans and tents. Surrounded by large trees, sites are on both grass and gravel, and has an attractive tenting area with a mini kitchen. A large children_s playground, swimming pool and sauna are provided, and there are pedal bikes available for hire. The modern kitchen has all appliances and an outdoor under-cover dining area, there are two amenity blocks, all well presented. An on-site shop, restaurant, and a car storage facility are provided, and a courtesy van is available to take you to the airport within office hours. Wireless internet access and pets are welcome by arrangement. Your hosts are Julie, Steve, and Don. All sites from $40 for two adults.
Tasman Holiday Parks - Christchurch is a premier holiday park offering you entertainment in the indoor heated swimming pool with a curling slide into the water and toddlers pool. They also have a private spa available for use. Enjoy the jumping pillow, playground and games room which has pool table and table tennis. Hire pedal cars or bikes by the hour and keep the kids amused. There is a game called a Neos 360, the world's first electronic play system for the playground combining the speed and fun of video games with the explosive movement of aerobic exercise. There are communal facilities with showers, toilets, kitchen, dining room and laundries available for guests to use, as well as BBQ areas to meet fellow travelers. Email and wireless facilities available. The reception offers brochures and local information and advice to you. They also offer a booking service and information for most activities found in Christchurch and in fact the South Island. Both powered , non-powered and tent sites are available.
This is a seaside camping ground, which provides sea fishing and boating opportunities. Kayaking, boating and a tramp along the farmers vehicle track to the eastern head of Pigeon Bay.
Next to the local A&P Showgrounds, this well maintained camping ground is laid out on open grounds with many large shade trees. Plenty of level sites with a choice of grass or gravel. In the amenities pavilion is a large, well-presented, functional kitchen with full stoves, next door is a TV and dining room with a cosy log fire. In addition there is a very large games room where you can play on one of the arcade games, have a game of pool or table tennis, even table hockey. Comfy sofas to sit on and several more dining tables in here too, or go outside for a game of lawn tennis. Internet is available, the tidy ablutions have metered showers, and the laundry has automatic equipment. A variety of shops are in the village within walking distance, you might want to have a go at hot air ballooning or take a trip to the snow at Mt. Hutt ski field, all of which you can do from here. Your friendly hosts are Darren & Rhonda Saunders.
Current rates: https://methvencampingground.com/#Rates
If you want a true kiwi camping experience, you will get it here at this sprawling
campground that boasts one of the best beaches on the peninsula and offers
safe, family-friendly camping in a beach front setting. There are two excellent
amenity blocks each containing a kitchen, toilets, washing facilities and coin
operated showers, as well as laundry facilities. Plenty for children to do when
they are finished swimming - flying foxes, a climbing frame, swings, slide and a
cycle track. Visit the highly rated Maori and Colonial Museum while you are
here or make use of the community tennis courts., there is a store located
in the village for your convenience and it's open seven days in peak season.
Definitely no dogs and no fires, there is a dump station available but you will
need to boil any water you use. Your friendly hosts are Darren and Michelle
Wallis Hartley. All sites are unpowered and charges are $12 per adult, $6 per
child (5 to15 years) and under 5 year olds are free.
Plenty of campsites to choose from, including powered and non-powered, grassed sites and hard sites. Tents, caravans and campervans are all welcome.
Take the winding 9km drive through the hills to Wainui, it is worth it. Register
at the main office, then take the second gate on your right, this area is set aside
for casual campers: the main part of the camp is for organized groups. Here
there is a pleasant tenting area surrounded by trees with some sites on the
riverbank, where you can listen to the birds singing and the crickets chirping. It
is serviced by a small number of facilities and a kitchen. There are three levels
of camping and three power sites - you may need a long lead. Tent sites from
$15 per adult plus extra $10 per site for power (min charge $20 per site). The
manager is Mike Linton.