Motorhome and Caravan Park
A great base for your Wairarapa experience!
Whether you’re visiting from Auckland or you’re a local looking for a break close to home, a stay at the Tauherenikau Holiday Park is a beautiful way to relax, get back in touch with nature and enjoy the peace and serenity that is the Wairarapa region!
Please note that to visit/stay at Tauherenikau Holiday Park you will need to be double vaccinated and present a valid vaccine pass on request.
Our new motorhome and caravan park, set in the picturesque grounds of Tauherenikau Racecourse is a quality option for your next Wairarapa adventure.
Ten powered sites are available at a rate of $30 per night and non-powered sites are available at $20 per Motorhome or Caravan for two people.
Extra adults are $7.50 per night and kids under 15 are $4 per night.
Special rates for a week or more are available, and NZMCA members receive a 10% discount. Members will also get a Campsaver discount rate of $20 in the low season.
The maximum stay is 14 days.
All prices include full use of the facilities including Showers, Toilets, Kitchen and Dining, and the Laundry. There is potable water available from all taps.
You can book your stay online at the bottom of this page.
Staying with us is a perfect option for any of the region’s popular events – think Martinborough Fair, Wings over Wairarapa, Toast Martinborough or our very own Wairarapa Country Music Festival and Summer Racing Carnival. New on the scene and a hidden gem in the accommodation space, this is your chance to discover the raw beauty of the Wairarapa area.
If you haven’t been to Wairarapa you should know it’s one of New Zealand’s best kept secrets. Rugged coastlines, award-winning wines, exceptional shopping all set against a magnificent rural backdrop… this is a spectacular experience. For more information on the region and everything there is to see and do here visit www.wairarapanz.com.
For those heading to Wellington and needing to get over the Remutakas but are feeling a little tired, then stop off at Tauherenikau on State Highway 2 to get refreshed and tackle the journey tomorrow. To see where we are, and to plan your journey, check out the map on our contact page.