200km's from Dunedin and 10km's from Alexandra, Clyde is the start/end of the Central Otago Rail Trail. The region is renowned first for gold, then for its stone fruit orchards and more recently for its local vineyards producing internationally renowned Pinot Noir.
With many historic buildings, the town centre has been declared a historic precinct. Some buildings have been refurbished as cafes, bars and accommodation.
Visit www.clyde.co.nz (external link)
Clyde Holiday Park
6 Whitby Street, Clyde
(03) 449 2613
Five accessible cabins, each with a large glass sliding door. The shower/toilet block has an accessible wet area shower with hinged seat. Toilet is in the accessible bathroom. Grab rails are beside shower and toilet.