Saint Arnaud (previously Rotoiti) is a small alpine village located in the north of New Zealand's South Island, west of the mountains of the Saint Arnaud Range and 90 kilometres southwest of Nelson near the historic Tophouse Settlement. It is situated at the northern end of Lake Rotoiti.
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This is an easily accessible campsite at the Duck Pond Stream – the local ice skating pond. It's close to West Bay and the village of St Arnaud. Nearest dump station is Kerr Bay Campsite in St Arnaud. Teetotal mountain bike tracks range from easy to expert. Walking and tramping in Nelson Lakes National Park covers short walks, day walks and overnight/multi-night tramps. Swimming, boating and kayaking are possible in Lake Rotoiti. There is a boat launch at West Bay and Kerr Bay. Ice skating is possible on Duck Pond, right at the Teetotal Campsite. The Rainbow Ski Area is 45 minute drive. * Take repellent for sandflies. * Dogs are allowed in Teetotal Campsite, just outside Nelson Lakes National Park, but are not allowed in the national park.Visit Teetotal Campsite
The campsite has sites tucked amongst kanuka/manuka forest. It is adjacent to Lake Rotoiti and there is a boat launching ramp nearby. CAMPSITE ZONES There are two separate camping zones, Jetty and Buller. View a map of campsite zones (PDF, 3,408K) These camping areas have no power. VOLUNTEER CAMP HOST OPPORTUNITIES Volunteers are needed to act as camp hosts for a minimum of two weeks from mid December through to late April. You would need your own campervan or caravan. A free powered site is provided in return for basic duties such as checking camper bookings and liaising with the Nelson Lakes Visitor Centre. For more information and application form: Nelson Lakes volunteer camp host BOOKINGS Prior bookings are essential over the Christmas holiday period, classic and power boat weekends, and Easter. Book West Bay campsite online, or contact: Nelson Lakes Bookings Helpdesk Business Unit Phone: +64 3 521 1808 Address: View Road St Arnaud Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Full office details Read the terms and conditions before you book ACTIVITIES Services offered at the Park Visitor Centre include walk and tramping information, maps, hut bookings and tickets, fishing licences and retail sales. Interpretive displays explain the landforms, history and wildlife of the area. KNOW BEFORE YOU GO CAMPSITE RULES * The camp is within Nelson Lakes National Park, park by-laws apply. * No domestic pets are allowed. * Sites must be vacated by 11 am on the day of departure. * Speed limit in the camping areas is 5 km/hr. * Excessive noise in the campgrounds after 11 pm will not be tolerated. * Keep rubbish to a minimum. * No fires. * Jet skis are prohibited. The management reserves the right to cancel tenancy at any time if park by-laws or these regulations are contravened and under such circumstances will not refund any fees paid in advance.Visit West Bay Campsite (***CLOSED FOR WINTER)
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