South Island ▷ Mount Cook - MacKenzie ▷ Fairlie
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Good clean campsite, everthing What you need .
Not to big. Short distance into town.
Big play Park for Kids
Sadly only a few picknik table
None by the Tent site .
Would go there again.
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The camping facilities were very clean, the kitchen full of stuff to cook. The receptionist was really friendly! 38$ for a Powered side for two people. If you want wifi there are 10GB available for 5$, working fast.
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As our camper had no heating, we asked if there were any cabins available. Unfortunately all were fully booked. We were however given thick blankets to keep us warm. The woman at reception was a typical Scouser from Liverpool, jolly and efficient. The facilities were fine and it was a short walk into town.
Lovely small, clean and quiet holiday park. Spacious sites. Lots of options to choose for shade or sun. Clean and plenty facilities and a very well equipped kitchen. Great value!! But what is most important: very friendly and helpful owners! We forgot a nice jacket, they found it and sent it back to us without asking for anything in return! Thanks guys, your holiday park is a home away from home!
Great customer service, Mary Jane held a spot for us at short notice during a very busy time. We arrived late and left early so can’t say much about the park itself other than it was relatively small but tidy and had the right facilities. Useful stopover on the way back from Queenstown to Christchurch.
Lovely place to stay, with a helpful owner who offered me a free towel to use cause I'm a cyclist. They even have a reserved area for cyclists to pitch their tents :) it cost $15 a night to tent, with nice facilities and a cosy TV room. I'd highly recommend this holiday park!
Nice flat grassy sites with plenty of space. We were there on what was presumably a busy night around New Year and still felt we had space to spread out. Facilities were a little dated compared to a Top 10 park, but all the important standard features were there and at a very reasonable price (Powered site $30-45pp @Top 10 vs. $18pp here). Major perk is being <5min drive from The Paca Shack - Fairlie's Gem Alpacas.
Good campsite, sufficient space. Clean showers and toilets. Friendly staff and not crowded in December. Decent rates. This was a relief compared to seemingly over-crowded campings near Lake Tekapo.