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  • Camping | New Zealand > Arthur's Pass
    Updated at May 22,2013

    Most people who choose to camp out in APNP (Arthur's Pass National Park) do it in the campgrounds that are found directly across from the DoC (Department of Consvervation) information center. While it is probably the most convenient options in terms of accessibility and camping facilities - it is not free and sometimes can be very crowded. if you opt for a quieter place to campout, and you have a car with you can stay at the Klondyke Corner campsite, about 8 kilometers south of Arthur's Pass village on the SH73 road. Although basic and pretty much 'bare-bones' in terms of camping facilities, it's a decent alternative to the big campground in the village itself.