There's a lot to offer. If you're after something else, head into the Office and talk to our friendly staff for some ideas.

Bike hire

We’ve got amazing brand-new top of the line bikes courtesy of NZ Bike Trails for hire this season from The Camp

There are some awesome tracks right on our doorstep.  Ask our staff to recommend one for you.

  • Hawea River Track
  • Hawea School Track
  • Deans Bank
  • Gladstone Lake Track

Make sure you reserve a bike now so you don’t miss out.

Adults – $80/full day / $40/half day
Kids –  $50 / full day / $25 half day


We have quinnat salmon, brown and rainbow trout in Lake Hawea.

  • You can borrow a rod from The Camp office and have a go at spin fishing. All you have to do is pay for your lures and get a licence.
  • In New Zealand you need a licence to fish the rivers and lakes and you can get a day pass or season pass from the office.
  • We can provide information on where to fish but if you want all the inside information you are best to talk with our Manager, Matto. He’s an expert.
  • If you would like a fishing guide contact Glen Dene Hunting & Fishing
  • We can help you smoke your catch so please ask at the office if you need some help. Nothing better than fresh smoked fish.  Its delicious.

Day trips

The Camp is a great base.  It is an easy distance to do lots of day trips

  • Drive to Tarras for a coffee and boutique shop before heading out to lunch at a Bannockburn winery.
  • Take a drive to the West Coast.  It is only 1.5 hours away.  Stop off at the blue pools before getting a Whitebait pattie at Jacksons Bay.
  • Arrowtown is always a fun day.  Have a go at gold panning before visiting all the shops and fantastic eateries.
  • Queenstown is a must!  The views from the gondola are amazing and the luge is fun for all ages.  These plenty of shops and restaurants or go for a spin in a jet boat.

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