You have several options when choosing a place to stay overnight in your New Zealand motorhome hire. These include commercial campgrounds and holiday parks, Department of Conservation (DOC) sites, regional park campsites and freedom camping sites. These choices vary in location, the type of amenities they offer and how many other campers you can expect to find there.
You can stay at any of these types of campsites in a Wilderness motorhome because they're certified self-contained (CSC). This means that the motorhome hire can meet the ablutionary and sanitary needs of the occupants for at least three days, is equipped with water storage tanks for drinking and cooking, and has wastewater holding tanks. Read more about camping options.