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Queenstown is New Zealand's most active and scenic town. With its positioning on Lake Wakatipu between various striking peaks, it is just stunning and has every type of extreme sport available to visitors, from bungee jumping to skiing and unbeatable hiking. This is one place in the world those into exploring by campervan should head as there is so much to see within a two hour drive of the town.
Bungee jumping at the Kawarau suspension bridge and over Skippers Canyon are major attractions for those into extreme sports. Jet boating is also lots of fun, along with white water rafting, canyoning and luging. Note: many of these activities were born here.
The peak that immediately overlooks the town, Bob's Peak, is another star attraction that can either be hiked or zipped up via the Skyline Gondola. You get amazing views from that includes the nearby Remarkables, over to Coronet Peak and across the dazzling Lake Wakatipu.
The town centre is down in front and includes a well developed waterfront, where you can take in bustling pedestrianised streets or amble along the lakeside paths.
Spectacular scenery goes off in all directions from Queenstown, with the route to Glenorchy in particular being absolutely stunning. Other options include the route to Gibbston Valley for its vineyards, or to Arrowtown or Kawarau Gorge. Fiordland is also within reach, the drive to Milford Sound being sublime.
Queenstown Lakeview Holiday Park is just a couple of minutes on foot from Queenstown's centre. It features powered sites for campervans as well as tourist flats and has excellent facilities.
Frankton Motor Camp is located in a quieter spot on Lake Wakatipu, within Frankton near Queenstown's airport. There are some great sites among the leafy gardens here and you enjoy boating, jet-skiing or windsurfing within minutes. Onsite facilities include a kitchen and laundry.
Arrowtown Holiday Park is situated in this popular gold mining town, making it a quieter alternative to Queenstown. It sits in fine grounds, boasts 100 powered sites and is surrounded by mountains. There is also a children's playground and a tennis court and Arrowtown is just a few minutes on foot.
You'll only need to drive when staying in a self-contained van site out of town as Queenstown is very compact, plus parking is tough. While the town gets very busy during summer and winter seasons, the roads surrounding Queenstown are largely uncongested and pass through spectacular scenery. Have snow chains installed if you head up to the Remarkables ski area in winter.