Nelson Beach Accommodation, New Zealand
+64 3 527 8010
Address:5 Kaiteriteri-Sandy Bay Road
Kaiteriteri Beach Motor Camp Accommodation
Kaiteriteri Beach Motor Camp offers Nelson beach accommodation with 400 power campsites and 17 cabins (for one to five people), eight of which have en suite shower and toilet and two of these have wheelchair access.
The five amenity blocks at our Kaiteriteri campground contain a modern kitchen, user-pays showers, toilets and automatic laundries.
The on-site shop at our Nelson beach accommodation is open all year and has everything you need; petrol, wine and beer, groceries, fruit and vegetables, newspapers, postcards and souvenirs.
Sandwiches, rolls, tea and coffee are always available and the takeaway bar at our Kaiteriteri campground is open from October through to May each year.
The Kaiteriteri Region
Kaiteriteri, the gateway to the Abel Tasman National Park, offers a wealth of activities for visitors.
Paddle into the park in a sea kayak, walk the park's scenic bush tracks, take a launch cruise, swim, sunbathe, dine on fresh local seafood and produce, enjoy our region's fine wines or visit an artist's studio.
Our region has the most sunshine hours in New Zealand and our long summers and clear winters invite year-round leisure activities.
This Nelson campground is the perfect place to enjoy this slice of paradise.
Summer—social times with festivals and fun attract a great crowd during December and January holidays. February and March bring hot, sunny, lazy days, with the beach becoming a lot quieter.
Autumn—April brings calm seas, surprisingly warm days and warm water, with real solitude.
Winter—from May to September, days are often blue skies, clear and crisp, creating the ideal time to wander the miles of now-deserted beaches. Generally flat seas are great for boating and kayaking.
Spring—October to December brings increasingly hotter sun for sunbathing, with cooler sea temperatures at first. Away from the sheltered bay, afternoon sea breezes make for exciting sailing.
So relax, everything is on hand including a neighbouring restaurant, playground, mini golf, bush walks, mountain bike trails, water skiing, and sea kayaking.
Nelson is known for its year-round sun, golden beaches, three national parks, 350 working artists, boutique wineries and the city for its historical streetscapes, waterfront cafes, fresh seafood, and a thoroughly relaxed lifestyle.
Only the West Coast has as many national parks as Nelson. Abel Tasman, New Zealand's smallest, is a coastal wonderland of sea, sky, rocky headlands and bright golden beaches.
The Nelson Lakes National Park is set amidst the mountains and glaciated valleys of south Nelson, and features beech forests and the beautiful jewel-like lakes, Rotoiti and Rotoroa. Kahurangi, the country's second-largest national park comprises 450,000 hectares (1,112,000 acres) of mostly upland wilderness, with magnificent three-to-four–day hiking trails.
A range of adventure experiences is available including sea kayaking, white water rafting on the Buller River, tandem skydiving, four-wheel drive motor-biking through native forest and hiking on some of the country's best-known tracks. There's also a 35 kilometre, four-wheel drive trip along Farewell Spit, caving under Marble Mountain, and skiing or snowboarding the Rainbow ski area.