Welcome to our boutique, funky, couple friendly retreat with up cycled quirky shipping containers for accommodation, we are also Pet friendly if you have your own accommodation.
Like no other TOP10 you have ever visited our boutique park is right on the shoreline of the Tasman Sea set in 6 acres of lush landscaped native flax.
We have 11 quirky units available or as we like to call them Apartment Pods or Sleeper Pods. Each container has been individually designed and all offer a great night’s sleep. The Apartment Pods are fully self-contained, whilst the remaining pods have full access to the communal amenities of camp kitchen, ablution block, and guest laundry.
Along with the accommodation we also offer sites, each of our 16 powered sites are spacious, level & gravel. Separated & protected by native flax plantings offering peace & privacy. There are also a couple of small areas of grass for those whom travel with small tents.
If camping is more your thing, or you want to pop the kids in the tent whilst you Glamp it up in the Pod, we have a couple of family friendly options. (sorry no tent sites between May to October incl.)
Cycling the West Coast Wilderness Trail? Need to organise a vehicle relocation or shuttle?
When you’re Cycling the West Coast Wilderness trail, we are the perfect option, just 200m to the start (or finish) of the trail. We offer secure car storage whilst on the trail, are licensed to relocate your vehicle if you wish and can shuttle you & your bags between accommodations if you do not feel like carrying all your gear!
We are happy to quote for these services even if you decide not to stay with us.
Ross Beach Top 10: 2018 Leading Light finalist
Ross Beach Top 10 Holiday Park was a finalist in the Christchurch Airport Tourism & Hospitality category at the 2018 Development West Coast Leading Light Business Excellence Awards. Sue and Andy have an amazing place out in Ross - their accomodation in upcycled containters is truely unique, and has to be seen. #WestCoastBusinessStoriesPosted by Development West Coast on Tuesday, November 13, 2018