Pelorus Bridge Campground
Facilities and services
- Hot showers (campers only)
- Wheelchair accessible kitchen, shower & toilet block.
- Communal kitchen with gas stoves. Bring your own chilly bin, BBQ, pots, pans, crockery & cutlery.
- Clothes washer & dryer.
- Public card phone onsite. Mobile phone coverage variable.
- Cafe & shop onsite open daily for coffee, homemade pies & baking, icecreams, ice, milk & bread and some camping essentials.
On SH6, 54 km from Nelson and 60 km from Blenheim.
The camp office for check-in is located beside the café. Next to the café is a short, unsealed, well-formed, narrow road to the campsite.
NZTM2000 coordinates: E1647698, N5427996
Pelorus River and bridge
Book well in advance for the peak period from 1 December – 28 February and for public holiday weekends. Note, there is a minumum 3 night stay from 28 December – 5 January.
Book Pelorus Bridge Campground online
Pelorus Bridge Campground
Phone: +64 3 571 6019
Online bookings are recommended – a fee applies to phone bookings.
Before you book:
Know before you go
We aim to provide a traditional New Zealand camping experience. Te ensure you and other campers enjoy your stay, be considerate of others and be aware of the rules below.
- All campers must report to the office on arrival.
- No pets, (cats, dogs, birds).
- Site allocation is at the discretion of the camp managers who will inform you of your site allocation.
- Office hours 8:00 am to 8:00 pm from Labour Weekend to Easter, and to 6:00 pm between Easter and Labour Weekend. If you plan to arrive outside these hours you must contact the office first.
- All groups must include a responsible adult 18 years or over.
- All caravans and campervans that require power must have a current Electrical Warrant of Fitness (WOF) which will be checked on arrival. If your Electrical WOF is not current you won’t be allowed to connect to power.
- No fires, chainsaws, generators or compressors under any circumstance.
- Unacceptable conduct (eg, nudity, violence, excessive noise) and/or behavior deemed to be publicly offensive will result in immediate removal of those concerned with no refund given.
- Music players must be used with headphones or played at a level not audible to the neighbouring campsite.
- The camp is expected to be quiet between 9:30 pm and 6:30 am.
- Vehicles and trailers must not be left on adjoining sites. A $25 fee will be charged if trailers or vehicles need to be removed.
- Day visitors must leave their vehicles in the car park by the café and walk to the campground.
- In periods of heavy rainfall the campsite is prone to flooding and you may be asked to evacuate. A flood warning system is in place.