Mrs Woolly's Campground
At the head of the lake and the heart of the mountains – with so much to see and do with the whole family!
This might just be the most stunning campground setting on Earth! Bring the family and snuggle down in our stylish, funky and all-new “glamping” tents – fully-furnished and with all the home comforts – or set up at one of our tent or campervan sites. Spotless showers, toilets, kitchen and laundry onsite, plus children’s playground and Mrs Woollys General Store full of organic goodness, irresistible takeaway or picnic food, grocery supplies and imaginative gifts and souvenirs.
From lagoon walks starting at our door, to jet boating and kayaking on the Dart River – from scenic horse riding, or hiking on one of the region's world-famous tracks to visiting and petting farm animals. We are the perfect base to stay and play or just relax and absorb the scenery just outside your tent!
We have thirty two unpowered open air sites with kitchen, toilet, showers and laundry facilities.
Our "Glamping" tents come with King, Queen or two Twin beds, solar lighting, furniture, rugs, towels/linens, fresh tea/coffee and breakfast goodies and all the comforts of home—in the kind of setting you’ll want to wake up in every morning.
Camp sites for tents, campervans or caravans
Prices are $35/night for up to two people with an additional $15 per extra adult or $10 per extra child, up to a maximum of six people per site.
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Glamping tents are $160/night for a minimum of two nights.
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The kids will love our playground, which includes the Earnslaw Play Boat which is the best ship ever when you want to catch the breeze or walk/slide down the plank – our very own Pirates of Glenorchy!
Mrs Woolly's General Store
You will find everything you need and things you just have to have at our onsite store! Including fresh, healthy delicious takeaway foods for your picnic hamper. Great coffee, fresh pastries and a wide range of family-friendly grocery supplies. Plus imaginative gifts and unique mementos of your visit to the South Island. Supplies include water bottles, hiking poles, binoculars, maps, sunscreen, hats or that extra layer—stop by before or after you head up the valley to be sure you’re ready for the promise of a day you’ll remember, at the head of the lake and the heart of the mountains.