Curious, quirky and unusual all describe the facilities at Queenstown Top 10 Holiday Park Creeksyde. From the ‘Tapas Room’ barbecue pavilion to the trompe l’oeil (deceive the eye) murals in the communal bathrooms …..
The ‘Oast House’ communal bathrooms are built with timber recycled from an old brewery.
The trompe l’oeil (deceive the eye) murals inside ‘Oast House’ – mind the stairs in the mens room.
Girls get a Body Sanctum bathroom with the Skyline Gondola in the shower.
Creeksyde’s not only unusual in design, it has a reduce, reuse and recycle philosophy and it’s the first holiday park in the world to achieve an EarthCheck platinum award. You can help by recycling food for both worms and guests.
Top 10 Creeksyde has the usual array of holiday park accommodation options spread throughout grassy, well maintained grounds. We parked on a powered site, sites aren’t large – they’re not suitable for big rigs, staff will check your vehicle dimensions when booking. We’d definitely park up at Creeksyde again, the unusual features teamed with its location – a few minutes walk from town, make it one of our favourite camping locations. Enjoy your stay at what may be New Zealand’s most unusual holiday park.