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Kids Stay Free for autumn at TOP 10 Holiday Parks

Kids Stay Free for autumn at TOP 10 Holiday Parks

In celebration of autumn and the chance to unwind, relax, indulge and have fun, New Zealand’s premier holiday park group TOP 10 Holiday Parks has put together a superb family deal.

From April 1 to June 30*, TOP 10 Holiday Parks throughout the North and South Island have a ‘Kids Stay Free’ package available for families, making it the perfect time to enjoy an autumn break.

Families can revel in the vibrant reds and golds of autumn colours, enjoy a relaxing seaside break, or take a tramping or cycle trip, while enjoying a value-packed stay at one of the participating parks.

Of the 49 TOP 10 Holiday Parks throughout New Zealand, 42 of them now also have top-quality motel accommodation, offering an alternative to camping and powered sites and appealing to those travelling in the cooler months or those just not predisposed to tent or campervan holidays.

TOP 10 Holiday Parks CEO David Ovendale said the ‘Kids Stay Free’ package would enable families to enjoy some beautiful autumn weather at a time when the parks were generally quieter.

“It’s an excellent time to visit our parks, outside of the high season but taking advantage of generally stable weather over the autumn,” he said.

“While we’re renowned for our park-like settings and family facilities, offering tent, motorhome and caravan sites, we also have top-quality motel accommodation at 42 of the 49 parks which means you can enjoy a TOP 10 holiday year-round.

“We’ve launched the Top Motels product and achieved Qualmark accreditation for all our motels.

“That means guests can experience all the benefits of a park environment including “contained freedom” for the kids, translating to full relaxation for the whole family, and access to a broad range of amenities not generally available with most traditional motel accommodation.

”The kids can run about outside as much as they choose in a relaxing, safe environment and meeting other children, while parents enjoy a beer or glass of wine with their neighbours free from worry about where the kids are and what they’re up to.”

Amenities differ between parks but many include a swimming pool, hot tub, jumping pillow, bikes for hire, games room and basketball or tennis court, and kids’ activities in the school holidays.

* The ‘Kids Stay Free’ package is available subject to availability and is not available over Easter weekend (April 18 – 21). It is not available for group bookings, and bookings have to be made via

Full terms and conditions are available on the website.

Further information on all TOP 10 properties is available at or


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