Come home to Cambridge and be spoiled for choice with things to do. Cambridge is blessed with trees, parks and gardens that provide a stunning palette of colours as the seasons change. Cambridge also has two of the country’s most beautiful waterways – the ‘mighty’ Waikato River and Lake Karapiro with swimming, rowing, kayaking, jet boating, skiing, cruising and fishing available within minutes of the town centre.


Cambridge is also well-suited to those who enjoy a walk or like to get on a bike – either for a gentle ride or to compete against the world’s best cyclists. And if horses are your thing, Cambridge is the Equine Capital of New Zealand.  Some of the world’s best racehorses have been bred here while many thoroughbred and standardbred trainers are based in the district.


The Cambridge TOP 10 Holiday Park is perfectly positioned within 15 minutes walk of the town centre, 36.5km from Hobbiton Movie set, 5.4 km from the Avantidrome Velodrome and 6.7 km from Lake Karapiro. Don’t forget to bring your bicycle or and your running shoes so you can get out and enjoy our back yard of cycle ways and tracks.

In the Area



The Avantidrome is a world class sport and leisure facility centred around a purpose built 250m wooden cycling Velodrome. Take a guided tour of the Avantidrome, including a behind the scenes look at New Zealand’s high performance set up.



Operated by Headfirst Travel, experience the real Middle-Earth with a visit to the Hobbiton Movie Set featured in The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit films.


Dining Out

Cambridge offers a wide range of options when it comes to eating out.


Lake Te Koutu

A popular spot with locals, the Lake Te Koutu Domain offers a walking track that is suitable for pushchairs. The variety of trees and gardens planted around the lake make for a varied and picturesque setting all year round.


Waitomo Caves

World-renowned and a magnet for both local and overseas visitors, the Waitomo Glowworm Caves occupy a high placing in the New Zealand vacation wish-list.


Walking & Cycling

There is no better way to fall in love with a Town than to experience it by foot or cycle.


Farmers Market

A good old-fashioned farmers market with a lovely atmosphere and a selection of fresh, local goods brought to you by Waikato growers and businesses. Since 2010 this year-round outdoor market takes place in a beautiful setting underneath the trees at Victoria Square.


Wairere Falls

Water plunges 153m over the falls, this can be accessed via a 5-km forest hike.


Trash 'n' Treasure

The Lions Club of Cambridge "Trash 'N' Treasure Market" consists of over 200 stalls spread throughout the Town Centre of Cambridge. 2nd Sunday of the month.