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Useful information on Picton
Surrounded by the sea-drowned valleys of the Marlborough Sounds, with secluded bays and crystal waters, is the town of Picton. It is the perfect pit stop for your New Zealand road trip, being the arrival or departure point for the Cook Strait ferry. Here you can enjoy various activities – from kayaking and mountain biking to swimming with dolphins! To find out more about Picton and the best places to visit with a campervan or RV rental, have a look at our Picton Travel Guide.
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Recommended holiday parks and campgrounds in Picton
Waikawa Bay Holiday Park & Park Motels at 5 Waimarama St, is the only holiday park accommodation in Picton with views of the bay. This park provides budget accommodation from standard cabins to self contained units and park motels. Some of the indoor and outdoor facilities they offer include a kitchen, swimming pool, playground, badminton and volleyball courts and boat parking.
Parklands Marina Holiday Park is located at 10 Beach Rd, Waikawa Marina. It offers many accommodation options, from standard to self contained cabins, as well as tent sites and power sites that are very spacious, giving all visitors their needed privacy and comfort. This holiday park provides all kinds of activities you will surely enjoy: from boating to walking to wine trails to fishing and more.
Picton Campervan Park,at 42 Kent St, is just a 10 minute walk to town centre. It has a perfect central location, clean facilities and rooms, campervan sites, WiFi + Kiosk access, a lounge with Sky TV offering 50+ channels, and hot showers. Also, the park is conveniently situated near to a general store, local tavern and restaurant.
Picton TOP 10 Holiday Park is located at 70-78 Waikawa Rd. Great facilities include a swimming pool, children's playground, barbecue area, kitchen, laundry, bathrooms and toilets, TV and recreation room, and internet.
Smiths Farm Holiday Park is situated at 1419 Queen Charlotte Dr, Linkwater, RD 1. Built in 1997, the park is huge and peaceful, with facilities ranging from comfortable standard cabins to self contained units, and motels.
Featured attractions in Picton
Swim with the dolphins, with E-Ko Tours. Their tours operate in the clear waters of the Marlborough Sounds, and boast an 80% success rate for being able to get guests swimming alongside wild dolphins.
Queen Charlotte Track. Explore this premium walking, biking or sea kayaking experience. The track is 70 kilometres one-way, and affords magnificent views of the Marlborough Sounds. There is a seamless network of walking, cycling, cruising and pack transfer services, so you are able to tailor the trip to fit the time you have available. Contact Wilderness Guides in Picton for expert advice and trip options.
Eat and drink at Furneaux Lodge, on the Endeavour Inlet, the first stop on the Queen Charlotte track.
Check out Picton's maritime history. The world's oldest merchant ship the Edwin Fox is in dry dock there, and the National Whale Centre, has a display at the port.
Go further afield to the Sauvignon Blanc capital of Blenheim, or enjoy art and sunshine in Nelson.