This holiday is full of beautiful large trees, log cabins, hunters huts (that’s what they were) campers spaces for tents & mobile campers. For. Us the pools were near finishing repair & out of use, but public pools available – our kids loved this option. We stayed in an ensuite log cabin. Very clean, bedding supplied very comfy, TV & wifi effective, coffee making area incl toaster we didn’t need to use camp kitchen. Cafe on site fabulous. Admin staff went extra mile for us arriving late. We recommend for families (my teenagers loved it) very good location – easy access by car to all tourists facilities, kids spend day luging. Lovely spot to start day with coffee enjoying the beautiful surroundings.
Room Tip: Try the cafe for breakfast
Lfamily4, Auckland Region
I stay here with my mates when we go Mountain Biking, I love the location and the cabins a lot, so my two girls and I planned a family holiday so I could share the sights of Rotorua. Caring friendly staff who did their utmost to make sure we were looked after. I’ll look at making this a yearly holiday accommodation for us.
Brett G, New Plymouth
Very quiet and comfortable cabins. We were hugely impressed that the showers were free (and hot), after paying in other camp ground for sub standard warm/cold showers.
The pools are great, and it’s really handy having a cafe on site.
Staff were very helpful and friendly.
Fionna H, Blenheim
If you want a family-friendly place to stay in Rotorua, this is it. Other similar holiday parks places in the city cost almost twice as much. It has a pool and hot pools and our kids got a lot of use out of both – about three hours a day. It is also a relaxing place to stay, quiet and removed from the hustle-bustle of the city. We have stayed there a couple of times now and we will be returning next time we are in New Zealand. Also, the staff are very friendly – lovely, in fact.
Tetu W, Hohenstein, Germany
The park facilities are great, with the toilets and showers clean, two kitchens and the service was nice and friendly. And the free hot pools are a definite drawcard – the perfect way to end a day! We stayed in one of the cabins which are a bit outdated, lack a fridge and the mattresses are a bit thin. However the park is pretty quiet and there are fridge facilities in the kitchens. The park is also a bit of a hike out of town, but if you have a car this shouldn’t be an issue. I’d stay here again!
Katherine, Adelaide, Australia
This holiday park is a short drive from town and has really nice spots for campervans which are all fitted with their own water supply and their own dump station. All ways to the amenity blocks are canopied which came in handy as it was raining during our stay. The staff are friendly and you can get a pick up from this park if you want to go and visit the Tamaki Maori Village, which we strongly recommend. The Pohutu Geyser is in walking distance, shouldn’t take longer than 10 minutes.
Nice little holiday park. Very quiet did not hear a thing at night. Our powered site was right next to the amenities so we did not have to walk far at least. Bathrooms were very clean, only downside was that the thermal pool was closed (our main reason for visiting Rotorua) but we still got out and explored Rotorua and found pplenty of thermal activity elsewhere. Staff very friendly.
Billiam1982, Gosford, Australia
The title says it all, really. I always stay here with friends – the standard log cabin is excellent value. The beds are comfy (just what we need after ten hours of mountain biking on the best trails in the world) and there’s loads of space. The rooms are always tidy with fresh sheets. Kitchen facilities are great, and there’s always a hot shower. The hot pools are also a great way to recharge ready for twilight shuttles up the mountain…
It’s a five minute ride to the trails (the closest place to stay by far) so it’s feasible to come back for lunch and a soak in the pools before heading back up for more.
The staff are always friendly and willing to help. I’ll keep coming back several times per year.