The Havelock Motor Camp is owned by the Marlborough District Council and administered by the Havelock Community Association, an elected committee of five managed by Neville (Pick) and Pauline Pickering.
The Havelock Community Association distributes all profits from the Motor Camp back to various clubs and organisations etc. within the local district.
The Havelock Motor Camp is small, approximately 50 power sites, 40 tent sites, 5 basic cabins and is geared for families and tourists alike.
Pick and Pauline pride themselves on their personal service to everyone who visits. They are all welcomed warmly and told to make themselves at home.
There is a playground available, skateboard park, tennis courts and access to the local bowling green. With the camp being very easily accessible to the local marina, boredom is not a problem in Havelock.
Havelock Marlborough is located at the head of the Pelorus Sound and the gateway to the Nydia and Queen Charlotte tracks.
Things to do in the area:
Pelorus Mail Boat
Scenic Walks, Fishing Trips, Sea Kayaking
Hunting, Four Wheel Driving
Bookings for activities in the area can be done at the Information Centre in the Main Street.
Mail Boat bookings are welcome at our office.
Havelock is centrally located for visitors to Nelson, Picton, Blenheim and is the gateway to the Marlborough Sounds.
The Queen Charlotte Drive is one of the most picturesque drives in the area with amazing views of the Sounds - don't miss it.
With only 30 minutes drive to the grape growing region of Renwick, we in Havelock, are ideally located for Marlborough wineries.
Havelock is a friendly and peaceful oasis for tourists and families alike. It is the greenshell mussel capital of the world and for those of you who are en route to Nelson, a perfect stopover for our famous mussels or coffee or just to relax before you travel over the winding Whangamoa hills.
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