Holiday parks are a family friendly and budget friendly option while travelling. They’re equipped to cater for a range of needs and many are well located near beaches or lakes. Holiday parks typically provide powered and non powered tent, caravan and camper van sites, and may also offer units such as cabins. There are shared bathroom and kitchen facilities for all guests, making it easy to roll up in your Dunedin Airport car rental and get comfortable.
Dunedin’s largest holiday park is handy to St Kilda beach yet just a few kilometres from the city centre. Self contained studio and 2 bedroom motel units and ensuite units, a 12 room lodge, cabins and sites for motorhomes and tents are all available. Dunedin Holiday Park has two kitchens with ovens, hotplates, microwaves, and even rice cookers and ample dining space. The TV room has Sky. There are coin operated computers, and free wireless internet. The washing machines are also coin operated, and there are dryers and irons available. You can use the onsite BBQ, or buy hot food from the shop. Kids can amuse themselves on the playground.
On the banks of the Leith stream, this sheltered holiday park has easy access to bush walks and glow worms. It is close to the botanical gardens, university and the Forsyth Barr stadium. Cabins with shared facilities and self contained units are available along with sites for those camping in tents. The TV lounge has Sky, and all self contained units also have Sky.
Just a couple of kilometres from the city, Aaron Lodge Top 10 Holiday Park boasts a year round indoor heated pool and spa. From tent sites to powered sites, to cabins, self contained units and motels, it has a range of accomodation and lots of entertainment. Games tables, a petanque court, mini golf course, indoor bowls, pool table, table tennis, air hockey, and more are part of the amenities here. A Four Square supermarket, a pub and takeaways are within walking distance. Local attractions can be booked here, with pick ups directly from the park.