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Top camping spots

Our favourite camping spots hidden within the Hutt Valley

Wellington Top 10 shaded area
Wellington Top 10 Holiday Park
Photo credit: Wellington Top 10 Holiday Park
Kaitoke Swing Bridge
Kaitoke swing bridge

Find that jumping pillow

Minutes from Jackson Street Petone and 15km from central Wellington, the Wellington Top 10 Holiday Park has a variety of accommodation options as well as an onsite games room to keep the kids entertained no matter the weather.

Picnic, walk or swim

The magnificent native forest of Kaitoke Regional Park shelters peaceful riverside glades ideal for swimming, picnicking and camping. Explore the bush clad hills and terraces with walks suitable for all ages and levels of fitness, some suitable for wheelchairs.

Dry Creek Waterfall
Dry Creek Waterfall
Orongorongo Valley credit Juliet Black
Orongorongo Valley
Photo credit: Juliet Black

Blackberry picking

Set up in a beautiful bush setting at Dry Creek and from Dec-Mar go blackberry picking for a fresh treat. Close to State Highway 2, this location is an ideal stay for heading north or south, or stay a few days to explore Belmont Regional Park with walks starting nearby.

Roam with Kiwi

Stay up late for a midnight Kiwi listening mission, spend the weekend walking deeper into Remutaka Forest Park using DoC huts or head up Wainuiomata Coast Road for some quad biking or horse riding adventures.


A complete guide to our camping grounds:


Parks and reserves

Holiday parks

Group stays