This family orientated no frills camp occupies a sunny plateau above the lake, and occupies a large area so plenty of room for all. The camp has lots of large well-grown trees, 45 power sites and around 30 for tents. The kitchen/dining has full stoves, microwave, plenty of fridges and a TV. A wood burner in the corner and a servery makes it a homely place to relax. The clean ablutions feature four unisex maxi-showers and a disability suite, and the well-equipped laundry has a bath for the wee ones. A children_s playground and a dump site are provided. This is a great are for fishing, swimming, boating, tramping and skiing, and for the connoisseur the vineyards and restaurants are close by. Your hosts are Martine and Steve McDowell. Powered and non-powered sites are from $14 per adult per night, children are half price, and under five are free.
This local Memorial Park looks out over pleasant grounds, but has a lot of
permanent occupants so bookings are essential. There is a small area for
campers with just 18 powered sites on metal/sealed paving. The kitchen is
basic, but has everything you need, the ablutions are clean and tidy and have
individual LPG water heating. There is a free laundry with automatic washer,
dryer and a freezer, and showers are free too. The council swimming pool is in the park next door, and your on-site host is Tom Bell. Single person powered
sites $20, or $27 for two people, $8 for children over 5 years. Bookings
essential if you don’t want to be turned away
A huge domain camping ground that wends its way around a sports field in
the centre, before moving out to shaded spots under the trees. The old style
kitchen and ablution blocks are still there, but a new block has also been added
with modern and clean facilities throughout. The ablution block includes a
disability suite with free showers on timers, while the modern kitchen/dining
has all amenities including full stoves and a comfortable seating area…and a
bottle chiller fridge that holds books instead of drinks. The other smaller, basic
kitchen has stoves and fridges and a small TV room adjacent, and in the laundry
are six automatic washers. Next door is a tennis court, upmarket children’s play area and bowling green, and a café and hotel are close by. Go walking or
biking or visit the many historical gold mining areas. Eftpos available here, and
your on-site hosts are Jane and Stewart Scott. All sites are $15 per night per
person, children under 12 years are free.
On neat level grounds34km south of Dunedin, this park is almost at the edge of the calm waters of Lake Waihola. Good swimming and water skiing are attractions. Bordered by trees, it has 76 power sites. Both kitchens have TV_s and dining space, and all cooking appliances are provided. The two well kept amenities blocks, have showers with their own hot water unit. The laundry is well equipped with auto machines. Launch your boat from the ramp or jetty, swim or water ski. There are many walks and activities in this area. Your friendly host is Mary-jo Tent sites here are $13 (per night), for powered sites it cost $16.50 for an adult. It is $8 for children under 12 and $4 for children under 4 per night.
Seasonal and unit rates may apply
Set in 10 acres of landscaped grounds & offering year-round, warm accommodation to suit all budgets with full holiday park facilities.
This tidy beachside camp reminds us of how things used to be. Sand dunes dominate, with beach walks and the odd friendly sea lion to visit. The kitchen is welcoming, combining cooking equipment and a spot to relax with a book or TV. The office has been recently refurbished, and the camp is under new ownership. There is a basic but clean ablution block and a porch laundry with an automatic washing machine. Dogs are welcome but must be on a leash. Your hosts are Paula and Lindsay. Tent sites are $13 per adult and powered sites $14 per adult. Children aged 5 to 13 years are $7 and children under 5 are free.
This holiday park is CLOSED.
An attractive, cobbled park entrance leads to a modern office and spacious,
level grounds enhanced with large trees. With 270 power sites and almost as
many for tents, they are never full. There is a central service building which
includes a kitchen/dining/community room that is well supplied with appliances,
and an outside covered dining option is available. There is a well presented,
modern TV room and lounge with a dining option. A light and airy ablution
block is clean and modern, there are also unisex units and extra toilets around
the grounds. A second facilities block has been added with two family or
disability bathrooms that have under floor heating and a spa. In the laundry
there is a generous supply of automatic equipment and a waiting room with
TV. An outside attraction is a BBQ/dining complex with a sink. Children have
an adventure playground with a jumping pillow, and there is a dump point and
car wash. With a free wifi spot at the gate, and a card phone and an internet
kiosk with free wifi are available, you are all set for your electronic needs.
This is the heart of stone fruit country with a market garden across the road,
and pets are permitted during off peak times by arrangement. Your hosts are
Catherine, Richard and Kay & John. Powered sites are $22 for an adult, and $11
for children, unpowered is $20 per adult and $10 for a child.
Numerous sites scattered in an abundance of old trees, edging the large playing
field. There are 16 power sites at the end of a circular drive, behind the
council swimming pool. Old facilities but adequate for what is needed, the
kitchen/dining includes a fridge and a full stove. The ablutions are in good
order, while the laundry has an automatic washing machine and dryer, both
free of charge. A well-kept camp with a modern children’s playground, or take
a swim in the indoor pool complex that is alongside. A dump point is provided,
but the facilities are kept locked, keys are provided on arrival. This camp is
administered by the Clutha District Council, but there is an onsite caretaker
who won’t be far away. Powered sites are $15 per person, tent sites are $13
The accent here is on comfort, cleanliness and convenience. 24 power sites
are on level gravel, while tent sites are plentiful on the lawns. The grounds
are well lit at night and the camp includes an attractive and spotless kitchen/
dining/lounge. This well-equipped space has all appliances, cooking and eating
utensils, and you can watch the huge flat screen TV while you cook and eat. Sit
outside and enjoy the sun on the paved dining deck. The clean ablutions are
roomy with excellent appointments, gas hot water showers and a disability
unit. A well-equipped laundry with two washing machines, plus a dump point.
Just a short walk to shops and services of Balclutha, your friendly host is John
McGowan. One person $18, two for $36, add $10 for each extra adult.
Children under 5 are free, up to 14 are $5 each.
Located in a picturesque setting , this camp offers rest and recreation. A treat
for the eyes, there are 57 power sites and unlimited tent sites well-spaced
amongst gracious old trees. A clean kitchen has all amenities including a full
stove. In the small comfy lounge, are selections of board games. The laundry
has auto washing machines. Take the bridge over the creek to a grassed area
for children friendly animals. Hard stands and a dump station are available
and pets are welcome. Your hosts are Marie and Jock. Tent sites are $14 per
person and $16 for power per person.