HIGHLANDS 501: CAMPING AT THE EVENT
An outline for Motorhomes at Highlands.
We’ve built a great motorhome community over the last few years at Highlands, and we are delighted to be providing a motorhome facility again this year for the Highlands 501.
Highlands provides parking for self-contained Motorhomes. Tents and Campers that are not self-contained, will not be permitted on site and all campers must hold a Certified Self Containment certificate*. There will be no power available.
We have two areas for parking, the first being the TRACKSIDE AREA (limited to 7m vehicles and dependent upon the vehicle being able to access this area) and the second is the OUTFIELD PARKING, which is located below the TRACKSIDE AREA. These areas will be organised and run by a representative of Highlands. While everyone is welcome, please respect the instructions of our team and follow them.
Please be aware that this area is also accessible by the general public during the race meeting.
Trackside - $269 per berth
Outfield - $199 per berth
Included in your charges are the following: Please note all berths must be pre booked.
1 x Berth (four nights)
1x Weekend Pass
Any additional occupants are required to have a weekend pass to access the area.
To book a site please email email@example.com or phone 03 445 4052 for enquiries.
Your payment needs to be made prior to arrival, and everyone camping must have a pre-purchased weekend pass. Your berth passes and your tickets will be available for collection when you arrive on site.
ENTRY - please access via Cemetery Road.
Entry times for Motorhomes will be as follows:
Thursday 9th Nov 3pm – 6pm
Friday 10th Nov 8am – 10am & 3pm – 6pm
Saturday 11th Nov 8am – 10am
All Motorhomes need to have vacated the site by 10am Monday 13th November.
Access to and from your berth outside of Highlands operational hours will be limited, please ask on arrival if your require access outside of these hours.
HIGHLANDS RECOMMENDS YOU BRING BLOCKS AS NOT ALL SITES ARE LEVEL
PLEASE CHECK OUR POLICIES PAGE FOR DETAILS www.highlands.co.nz
* A self-containment vehicle is designed to completely meet the ablutionary and sanitary needs of the occupants (including water for drinking and cooking) for a minimum of three days without requiring any external services or discharging any waste.