Arrowtown Camping Ground, New Zealand
+64 3 442 1876
Address:12 Centennial Avenue
Arrowtown Holiday Park Introduction
With historical gold mining close-by and a backdrop of picturesque mountains, Arrowtown Holiday Park is our camping ground in Arrowtown located in the autumn capital of the South Island, and provides a quiet and relaxing Queenstown experience.
Just a five-minute walk from the town centre, our Arrowtown camping ground and holiday park offers modern facilities that include self-contained holiday flats and studio units, an eight-bedroom lodge, and over 100 hundred powered sites.
If you are after an affordable holiday with brand new facilities and first-class service, then look no further, Arrowtown Holiday Park, close to Queenstown, is your perfect destination.
Our Arrowtown Holiday Park
Our Arrowtown camping grounds have a spacious level children's play area, tennis courts and a nearby swimming pool. This Arrowtown holiday park offers a wide range of accommodation and includes brand-new facilities.
Self-Contained Tourist Flats – Queen bed and three singles in another room, with flatscreen TV and in-house movies, own bathroom with toilet and shower, bedding and towels, kitchenette with fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle and hotplates with crockery and cutlery.
Studio Units – Queen bed and a set of bunk beds in the lounge, with flatscreen TV and in-house movies, own bathroom with toilet and shower, bedding and towels, kitchenette with fridge, toaster, kettle and hotplates with crockery and cutlery.
Oregon Lodge – This classic 8 bedroom lodge is ideal for budget travellers or groups. The lodge can sleep up to a maximum of 38 people. Each private room has 2 sets of bunk beds bottom sheets, pillows and pillow cases so guests can bring their own bedding or hire duvets at a minimal cost.
Guests are able to enjoy cooking in the spacious and fully equipped communal kitchen. Spotless communal showers and toilets are conveniently located adjacent to the main lodge building.
Powered, Unpowered and Tent Sites – Our Arrowtown campground has over a hundred powered and unpowered camp sites to choose from. Amenities include a kitchen with under-floor heating, modern showers and toilets, laundry, shaded BBQ area, disabled facilities, children's playground and free use of the tennis court.
Arrowtown Summer and Winter Activities
Arrowtown is 20 minutes away from Queenstown, and is a place of quaint, tree-lined streets, miners cottages and the High Street preserved as they were during the 19th century gold rush era.
Arrowtown Holiday Park is the most central park to all three ski fields in the area - 20 min from Coronet Peak and Cardrona Alpine Resort, and 40 min from the Remarkables ski area.
Arrowtown is also known as the autumn capital of the South Island, and is filled with fascinating and exciting activities that you can enjoy during your holiday:
- Go for an adventure of your life and try hang gliding and paragliding from the nearby Flight Park and Coronet Peak
- Experience a 4WD adventure through river crossings into the famous gold mining village of Macetown or the historic Kawarau gorge
- Go Jetboating or rafting on the Shotover river, skydiving over Queenstown, horseback riding, bungy jumping or canyon swinging and much more
- Spend the day playing golf at close-by Millbrook or Arrowtown Golf courses
- Look back through time in Arrowtown while visiting the restored Chinese Miner's Village or the Lakes District Museum
- Enjoy your lunch or dinner at one of Arrowtown's many famous restaurants, cafes or pubs
All activities and tours can be booked with your accommodation, or you can make arrangements in our activities lounge when you arrive at our Arrowtown campground and holiday park.
Queenstown is a major resort town that nestles beside the deep blue waters of Lake Wakatipu, at the foot of the Remarkables Range in West Otago. Queenstown is New Zealand's year-round alpine destination, where you can be as active as you like or just leisurely soak up the magnificent scenery. It has been judged one of the top 25 cities in the world by a leading travel magazine.
Shopping is Queenstown's speciality, and souvenir shops here are as good as any you will find elsewhere. Enjoy year-round action-packed thrills such as jet boating on the Kawarau or Shotover rivers, where these amazing New Zealand-invented craft execute seemingly impossible manoeuvres. Queenstown is also the world capital and home of bungy jumping.
In winter, pristine powder runs are just over the hills. There are four world-renowned ski fields within easy reach, with tons of snow to ski, snowboard and play in. On the nearby Lake Wakatipu, the vintage TSS Earnslaw has been beautifully restored to its original condition and takes visitors on daily trips. The area has great rainbow trout, brown trout and quinnat salmon fishing, with the lake open year-round.
If you're keen on golfing, don't miss out on an opportunity to play some of the most scenic courses in the world, at award-winning Milbrook Resort, Kelvin Heights, Arrowtown and Frankton.