Your host is Deborah and sites are from $20 per adult, children from five to 15 years $6, under five free.
This small alpine park on the southern fringe of the Fox Glacier township is surrounded by West Coast bush and is open for vehicle camping only. Walking distance to the Fox Glacier guide office, cafe and local pub there are 22 power sites that form a two-tier radius around the centre of the camp. The unisex disability bathrooms and all other ablutions are modern, clean and tidy with free showers, while a small kitchen has all appliances and TV/dining area. Outside there is a covered BBQ area and the laundry has both washing machine and dryers. You can hire a bike, and after dark you might like to visit the glow-worms. There is a dump station for camp patrons and all parking is on hard stands. Your host is Deborah and sites are from $20 per adult, children from five to 15 years $6, under five free.
This welcome stop is half way between Franz Josef and Hokitika, and is a
popular stop for cyclists. You can hitch your wagon to one of the 16 power
sites that are ranged on hard ground, under big shade trees and manicured
grass. The grounds beside the hotel are level and open, with neat lawn sites
that have taps and sumps as well as BBQ tables. Campers may use the hotel
facilities, the ablutions and small kitchen facility are within the accommodation
complex, good luck finding them though as they are not well sign posted.
A good laundry is available, , and there is a dump point. Your friendly host
is Tom. Tent sites $12 per person, power sites $30 for two, extras $12.
Out beyond the hurly burly of the township, is this park complex that enjoys views of the mountains that are breath taking. Around 100 powered sites are ranged around the rear of the property, away from the road and with that view. All are on hard stands with a grassed area between, and a picnic table, while tents are ranged on the grassed areas. Two blocks of facilities offer large open plan kitchen and dining areas, including highchairs, and plenty of windows to let in the view. The ablutions are modern and all are spotlessly clean, the laundry has the normal washer and dryer, but the added benefit of a tub as well. There is a covered BBQ area where you can sit and watch the children on the playground, but if the weather turns bad, the games room has a pool table, arcade games, and table hockey, while the TV room is right next door. All activities can be booked from here, including helicopter rides, or take a walk up Paganini Hill for a fantastic view of the mountains. Your friendly hosts are Melissa and Cameron Blanchfield. Tent sites range from is $42 for two adults, powered sites from $46 for two. Children aged three to 14 are $12, and two or under are free. Off season rates available.
Number of tent sites - 30 Take in the magnificent views of Mt Hooker from the campsite. Fish in nearby Haast River, enjoy short walks or picnic
What a jewel of a place this is! From the secluded bays nestled in amongst the rain forest, to the large dining tables made out of recycled wood from the forest around. Each site is on gravel stands, with its own picnic table, no tenting here unfortunately. The kitchens are all new, the interiors have been designed by an expert and include all amenities. In the living/lounge area, you can watch Sky or just hang out on the comfy couches, while just outside is a covered area that includes BBQs and outside seating so you can watch the children in the play area. The bathrooms/showers/toilets are unisex and wheelchair friendly, and a disability suite is available. There is a dump station on site and the laundries have good washing machines and dryers, and of course all the facilities are immaculate. After you have a soak in the huge hot tub available for guests, head on over to the bar that opens at 4.30. Pamper yourself by having a spa and sauna, or have a meal at the caf_ that turns into a restaurant at night. Clear your email, buy a snack, or book a scenic flight, all available in the reception area. Oscar is your very friendly host. All sites are powered and are $44 for two , children aged four to 16 years are $13.50, and under three are free.
Off Cook Flat Road is this large and well-presented camp with stunning views. Tents can set up under the shady trees on a large grassed area, while hard stands are provided for vehicles. Most have lovely grass strips between them and some of the sites are extra-large with good access for buses. The two kitchens are well equipped with full stoves, hotplates and fridge/freezers and a dining space with a separate TV and internet room. A clean ablution block has a disability/family suite, plus a children_s bath and a laundry with up-to-date automatic equipment. The other two sets of ablutions are well appointed and clean with well-lined roomy showers serviced by gas water heating and hairdryers. You can cook inside in the kitchen with all amenities or outside under the covered BBQ area. All the mod cons here, and everything is immaculately presented and clean as a whistle, and you will appreciate the under floor heating in the bathrooms if staying in winter! A great adventure playground has been provided for the children, as well as pedal cars for hire. Parents, however, will love the new spa room. Other amenities include a dump point, phones and free internet, while there is a licensed restaurant with takeaways close by. Your adventure trips can start here with many activities to choose from and a no charge booking service. Your friendly hosts are Nick and Claire. Camping at $22 per person, children $10. Powered sites $48 for two, or $25 for one. Children_s prices and off season rates available.
Gillespies Beach Campsite Number of tent sites - 8 The Gillespies Beach campsite is located near an old gold mining settlement. Short tracks lead to historic suction and bucket dredges - relics from the gold mining days, while longer tracks lead to Gillespies Lagoon and a seal colony at Galway Beach.
$18.00 - $20.00 per person
Studio Motel Units
$95 - $105 for one to two people
$135 - $220 (depending on number of guests)
$85 - $95 for two people
$55 -$60 for two people
Set between Fox Glacier and Haast sits the Pine Grove Motel, the closest accommodation to the popular Copland Track.
A tidy camp next to the Turnbull River and Hapuka Estuary, enjoy fishing in the river, net some whitebait, or go for a bush walk. Don\'t be fooled by the name though, as this camp is next to a river, not the beach which is five minutes_ drive away. There are 50 powered sites and as many for tents. the camp is generously supplied with amenities. There are two old but clean kitchen/dining rooms, one has a spacious living room with a diesel burner, good furnishings and TV. The ablutions are plentiful, one basic and one modern, but both clean and tidy plus one with a disability suite. Cape Cod chairs under the verandah with the BBQs, and picnic tables are positioned around the camp. There is an excellent laundry, the camp store is well stocked, and internet is available. Your friendly hosts are Alf and Lorriane. Tent sites are $15 per adult, powered sites are $36 for two, while children aged 5 to 15 years are $8 and under five years are free.