Timaru District Campsites
Camping - the most Kiwi pastime and an activity we treasure in the Timaru District. We have some of the most beautiful camping sites in the country and invite all visitors and locals to camp responsibly and to enjoy the best of our great outdoors.
We ask all campers to treat our environment with respect and help us preserve the beauty of our District.
This page details the campsites across the Timaru, responsible camping practices and provides links to further information. Please click on the links below to find out more.
Location: Bridge Street, Arundel, Inland Scenic Route H72 .
Location: Marine Parade, off Port Loop Road, Timaru.
Facilities: Toilets, dump station, rubbish and recycling bins, water, sealed car park, outdoor shower, recreation facilities,
Location: Davey Road, off Milford Lagoon Road, (8km east of Temuka).
Facilities: Toilet, rubbish bins, picnic table
Location: Pleasant Point-Cave Highway (3km East of Cave).
Facilities: Toilet, picnic tables
Location: Parke Road, off Clandbeboye Settlement Road.
Facilities: Toilet, rubbish bins, picnic tables
Location: South Street, Timaru
Facilities: Rubbish bins, BBQ, sealed carpark,
Location: Te Moana Road (12km north-west of Geraldine).
Facilities: Toilets, rubbish bins, picnic tables
Location: Corner Gully Bush Road and Galbraith Road, (16km west of Temuka)
Facilities: Toilet, water, BBQ, picnic table
Location: Corner Winchester-Geraldine Road and Ferrier Road, Winchester.
Facilities: Toilet, water, picnic table, rubbish bin
Looking for some great activities, or place to eat and shop, or updates on the weather and road conditions across the Timaru District? Download the Timaru App for everything you need to know.
For other camping options see the Camper Mate App, Rankers Camping NZ App or visit the Department of Conservation (DOC) website www.doc.govt.nz/camping
Visit www.camping.org.nz for all you need to know about camping across New Zealand, including information on responsible and safe practices and where to stay across the country.
Visit www.tiakinewzealand.co.nz to make the Tiaki Promise, a commitment to care for New Zealand while travelling the country. Join the conversation at #tiakipromise
Publish Date: 14 Mar 2019