Planning a family trip to New Zealand and wondering where to stay? There are many top quality holiday parks which offer a range of accommodation to suit travellers’ needs, from campervan and tent sites to motel rooms, scattered around the country.
Grab your hire vehicle from Drive Now and explore the country, while staying at some of these holiday parks:
Seal Colony TOP 10 Holiday Park
The relaxing seaside setting at the Seal Colony TOP 10 Holiday Park will make you want to stay forever. It’s situated metres from the sandy Carters Beach, which is safe for swimming. It’s the ideal location from which you can explore the West Coast’s beautiful scenery and also the world-famous fur Seal Colony at Cape Foulwind.
Rainforest Holiday Park Franz Josef
This beautiful holiday park is the perfect place to stay when exploring the Franz Josef Glacier. It’s situated among several acres of native bush, making it feel like you’re in paradise. The park’s owners tout is as not just accommodation, but an experience every traveller to New Zealand must have.
Mount Maunganui Beachside Holiday Park
This picture perfect holiday park is situated in the magnificent Bay of Plenty, surrounded by the beautiful beaches and harbour. The area is famous for its water activities and hot salt water pools. From Mount Maunganui Beachside Holiday Park, you only need to take a short walk to find shops, cafes, restaurants and a boat ramp.
Jackson’s Retreat and Holiday Camping Park
The Jackson’s Retreat and Holiday Camping Park is set on 15 acres of nicely terraced powered and non powered sites, which overlook the mighty Taramakau River. Snow-capped mountains of the Southern Alps, waterfalls and pristine rainforest surround the holiday park, making Jacksons Retreat a wonderful place to stay with the family.
Queenstown Holiday Park and Motel Creeksyde
The peaceful Creeksyde Holiday Park is set on several acres of green land. It’s also only a five minute walk from the centre of town, making it a great spot to base yourself as you explore the world’s ‘adventure capital’, Queenstown. Creeksyde is also an environmentally-friendly park, having received global recognition for its green initiatives over ten years.