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Clyde Holiday Park

Accommodation Type

Tourist Park / Camping, Backpackers


Pricing starts from $20 per adult


Our Cabins are designed for Single, Couples and families of 5 maximum, they are Basic (no ensuite) bottom sheet and pillow (s) provided, small fridge, microwave and some basic crockery/cutlery

  • Family Cabins two bunks, one double on bottom with single on top and a second set of singles
  • Standard Cabins sleep 2 or 3 Persons, double bed and one single

We cater for Large Motor Homes, Caravans, Camper Vans, Tents or sleeping in your backpacker vehicle can all be done at our campground

  • Camp facilities: Powered Sites, Non Powered Sites and Basic Cabins
  • Our main kitchen consists of TV,  couch, table and chairs, full size oven, microwave, cook tops, freezers and fridge
  • Coin operated ($2) showers, washing machines and dryer
  • Grey waste disposal and septic tanks for our guests only


Clyde Holiday Park – situated in the heart of sunny Central Otago come and enjoy everything our part of New Zealand has to offer

  • Perfect access to the Central Otago Rail Trail AND Lake Dunstan Trail
  • Or perhaps you would like to ride the Roxburgh Cycle Trails
  • A tipple could be for you, award winning Pinot Noir wine country
  • Adjacent to golf course, tennis courts & bowling green.
  • Ideal spot for fishing, boating & swimming.
  • Close to Clyde Dam, refurbished historical buildings, shops & sightseeing.

The town is a popular holiday spot. It lies at the western end of the Otago Central Rail Trail.

The Otago Central Branch Railway originally terminated at Cromwell. The rail trail is nowadays often cycled and walked by visitors and locals a like. Clyde is fast becoming known as a tourist haven. The location is particularly attractive to those visiting the region’s many vineyards and orchards.

The regional weather is particularly warm and dry during the summer months due to the rain shadow effect caused by the Southern Alps (given New Zealand’s westerly winds).

Ideal location for fishing, boating and swimming in Lake Dunstan and Roxburgh. Clyde is noted for refurbished historic buildings, cafes, bars and fine dining. Fantastic biking trails for the whole family. 

One hour from winter skiing at Queenstown and Wanaka.

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Your Hosts

Gary and Roslyn Ryan


7 Whitby Street , Clyde

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The Rail Trail Guide Book

The single most important resource when travelling the Central Otago Rail Trail

A beautifully crafted book with amazing photography by Peter Andrews showing Central Otago as it truly is, one of the most rugged, extreme and beautiful locations on the planet. Stunning scenery, amazing and important historical and current information, detailed maps, lists of accommodation, frequently asked questions, where to eat, how far between towns, etc. It’s all in here.

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