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BEACHAVEN TOP10 TEMPORARILY CLOSED TILL FURTHER NOTICE

It is with a heavy heart that we have made the decision to temporarily close Beachaven TOP10.
The extenuating circumstances of this COVID-19 pandemic have led us to the point where we feel that a park closure is the best way to protect our community and provide peace of mind to our staff.
If you have a booking made with us and were due to arrive between now and 30 April, our team will contact you to discuss your options.
This decision has not been taken lightly, but we need to play our part in the fight against COVID-19. We would like to thank you for your support to date and look forward to seeing you again in the future.
For further information please contact our team on 07 863 5505 during business hours.

Waihi Beach Top10 are taking reservations for fully self contained camper vans on a case by case basis. Please contact them directly on 07 863 5504 for more information.

 

OWNERS

Ian and Vicki Smith have owned Beachaven for now 10 years and all sorts of upgrades have been made over those years. 

During the past decade, Ian & Vicki invested a lot of time and money improving Beachaven to the point where it is now winning awards for customer service and sustainability.

“One of the big attractions about Beachaven for guests is that it’s pet friendly, by negotiation, and we also have a couple of specific motel type units available for such stays.”

The park can accommodate about 500 guests in a mixture of options including more than 50 sites for motorhomes and tents – all with their own grey water waste point, as well as a mix of refurbished fixed roof units. It also has 50 privately owned onsite vans, for which owners pay an annual lease to leave their vans onsite to come and use whenever they choose.

Ian says plans are underway to gradually hard surface Beachaven’s roading and to plant new gardens every year.

“We want to create a park like environment for our guests to enjoy. When we bought the park, there were only two trees in the park and no gardens. We’ve planned and developed a gardening plan to create private space for guests, as well as protection from both the sun and wind. This is on-going and already we are seeing its benefits. Further improvements to the playground are also planned.”

Ian says a great holiday park is dependent on the overall experience that guests have during their stay, including all the touch points along the journey.

MANAGERS