Matthew, Tracy, Charlie and Harry de Woeps invite you to come and stay at Naseby's premier Holiday Park - The Holiday Park is set in 17 acres of Larch and native New Zealand trees adjacent to a swimming dam, just what you need after a hot day in the Otago sunshine. Nestled on the edge of the Black Forest it make it the ideal destination for mountain biking, swimming, curling and enjoying the winter sports Naseby is world famous for. Or why not take a rest day from cycling the rail trail and come and enjoy the peace and tranquillity…
South Island ▷ Central Otago ▷ Naseby
Loved this camp the setting is just magic and even had plenty of rabbits for entertainment the facilities were of high quality and sites reasonable flat.
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Great campsite amongst the trees. Only stayed one night as we were passing through but will definitely be back with our bikes. Naseby is a lovely little village with good facilities. $26 for two adults in an unpowered tent site. $1 for 7 mins hot shower.
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A pretty nice spot in the middle of a forest. But was a bit old. Lots of on-site caravans for locals who spent the summer there, but very quiet when we were there. The campsite is for sale, and has been for many years, so it seems like the owners don't really bother to keep the place up to date. We didn't like the cost of $1 to take a shower - they should just as the cost to the site-price. We paid $38 for 2 adults and one child (3 years old). Also don't count on the dam for a swim. When we were there on the 15th December it had no water in it. Call and check before booking. It was nice with all the wild rabbits on the site. Great Walt I Naseby forest. But it has no signs so bring a GPS to find your way.
Arrived in pouring rain to friendly welcome and grassy park up area surrounded by trees. Only a few tents across from our caravan so was reasonably quiet (it bucket end down anyway so not a night for sitting out!) looks like the campground backs onto Naseby Forest which has lots of MTB and walking trails, unfortunately we couldn't get out because of the rain. Can't comment on facilities as we didn't use them but everything else was good.
facilities were great however the man who operates the camp needs some hosting skills, wasnt very welcoming and all our group of 16 felt him to be boarding on rude. Later found out from other people who stayed there in April they felt the same.
Naseby Holiday Park responds:
Hi, just seen this. Sorry if I have been less than welcoming. I have not had this issue before. If anyone of our guests has issues with the park I hope they feel they can come to reception and talk to either my wife Tracy or I Matthew. As far as I am aware we have hundreds of guests through the park every year and all have a good time. Once again sorry if your stay less then welcoming. Matthew.
To take a break from tent-living, we stayed in a little cabin here - cheap and warm with a comfy bed (you need to bring your own duvet or rent one). Cheap & nice. Sure, you have to pay for the showers but add the $1 to the room charge, it's still cheap. Nice location, good facilities.
Fantastic campground for family holidays, especially if you have mountainbikes with you as Naseby has tracks for all the family. The swimming dam is a great way to cool off. The only thing that bugs me here is having to pay for the showers on top of the camping fee and you are not notified of this when you check in. 2A and 2C cost $42 for a tent site.
A nice camping ground in a forest with a nearby lake. Only thing we didn't like about that camping ground was the shower-fee.