Tranquil park-like setting, 2min walk/200m to town centre. It is also a short drive from picturesque Peel Forest where you will find the Rangitata River famous for its whitewater rafting and salmon fishing. Skifields Mount Hutt, Mount Dobson are also close by.
Tranquil park-like setting
40 tent sites
71 power sites
Standard cabins sleep 2-5
Access facilities available
Communal kitchen, microwave, fridge/freezer, dining room
Laundry, linen hire
Playground, barbecue hire
Fast internet broadband kiosk
TV room, fax facilities
Adjacent to heated pool
Geraldine has one of the most perfect settings of any small New Zealand town. Nestled at the foot of rolling downlands.
Geraldine is where the countryside literally comes to town. It is a mere 5 minute stroll into Talbot Forest. The Geraldine village has a friendly, tranquil atmosphere and a wealth of history which makes it hard to resist.
Geraldines reputation as a home to gifted artists and artisans is well established, including John Badcock, Talbot Forest cheese, Barkers fruit processors and Fellmanns chocolate and The Giant Jersery that has the world's largest jumper along with the mosaic replica of the Bayeux tapestry. Stop at the Geraldine vintage car and machinery museum.
A short drive from Geraldine is Peel Forest offering walks for all ages and abilities, beyond this is the Rangitata River home of the world-class whitewater rafting and salmon fishing. Join a 4x4 tour to explore the Middle Earth of The Lord of the Rings country.
Geraldine Holiday Park is a tranquil park set among huge specimen trees in the centre of town just 200m walk to shops, cafes, museum and the historic cinema. We have a range of accommodation to suit any budget, tent/power sites through to self-contained units, barbecue and linen for hire and children's playground.
The domain is adjacent to the holiday park and has an outdoor heated swimming pool, squash/tennis court, bowling green. Take a leisurely stroll along the river walk to the Talbot forest.
Enjoy a round of golf at either a 9 or 18 hole golf course, or take a drive to one of the gorges or lake for a picnic, in the winter to the ski fields.
Cinema, tennis courts, native bush walks, craft shops , cafes and restaurants, museums,water rafting
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