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Glamping Tents

Treat yourself to a few nights away from the hustle and bustle in one of our new Lotus Belle Glamping Tents!
(Also known to others as a Yurt).

The Kingston Holiday Park’s glamping tents range from $85.00 (M) size – $90.00 (L) size

Diligently set up for comfort and a luxurious camping experience, the glamping tents photographed below offer everything you need to enjoy the New Zealand outdoors while relaxing and sleeping in true style. Each glamping tents sleeps 1-2 people only. These large / medium size glamping tents are the perfect place to stay while your on the road, planning a getaway with your partner / friends or simply surprising that special someone.


Each powered glamping tent has a Queen bed, fresh linen and towels, carpet flooring, a seating area with coffee table, side lamps, tea and coffee making station / electric kettle, cosy pillows, free soap, shampoo and conditioner and your own parking space out the front. Guests who stay in glamping tents use the shared park showers, toilets, kitchen, coin operated laundry and BBQ with free gas.

Please note before booking your glamping tent:

When staying in a glamping tent our guests have full access to our communal park kitchen and bathroom facilities. Our park kitchen and bathroom facilities are older and smaller than most holiday parks in our region. The Kingston Holiday Park is currently working very hard with planning to gain building permission to rebuild a large kitchen block and update our bathroom facilities and outdoor BBQ area in the near future. Thank you for your understanding.

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Please note: The photos above are examples of glamp tents, these glamp tents are located in various places around NZ.

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Kingston is the home of the ‘Kingston Flyer’ vintage steam train. Established in 1878, the Kingston Flyer ran from Kingston to Gore carrying passengers. Gold was discovered in the Wakatipu district in 1862, this bought a need to connect ports by steamships and steam trains.


Just a short 25 minute drive away you'll find the entrance to the very popular Remarkables Ski Field. 35 minutes drive from Kingston you will also reach a township called Frankton; a modern developing town on your way to Queenstown in the Lakes District.