Located in the historic gold mining town of Naseby, the Park is set in a mature larchwood forest, adjacent to the Naseby Forest Recreation Area and offers a range of accommodation: Unpowered and powered sites, freedom sites, cabins and self contained cottages. Activities include a summer swimming dam, mountain bike tracks, ice sports, spectacular night sky star gazing, close to the Central Otago Rail Trail and an adventure playground. Open all year and dogs are welcome by arrangement.
Naseby (formally Larchview) Holiday Park is set in 17 acres of Larch and native New Zealand trees adjacent to a summer swimming dam and nestled on the edge of the Naseby Forest Recreation Area. It’s the ideal destination for mountain biking, with many tracks to explore throughout the forest. Naseby is world famous for the sport curling, with an all year-round indoor curling facility and, in the winter months, an outdoor ice skating rink and ice luge. Or, if you prefer a slower pace, come and enjoy the peace and tranquillity that Naseby provides.
The Park has solar heated hot water and the main amenity building contains a modern, warm kitchen and comfortable seating area that is heated in the cooler months, by a recessed log burner.
The laundry is equipped with modern, energy efficient washers and dryers. There’s also the option to line dry laundry in the outdoor drying areas.
A Children’s adventure playground is a central feature of the Park, perfect to entertain the children away from their screens.
There is a selection of accommodation to suit all needs and budgets; powered and unpowered sites, cabins, chalets and houses, including two original Miner’s cottages, built in 1893. The house and cottages each have a log burner and a good supply of firewood for the cooler seasons.