Well, imagine no more because the Park is now open and is a reality as 1,650 hectares of pine forest and native bush in the Western Bay of Plenty region is being transformed into an adventure playground known as the TECT All Terrain Park.
The TECT All Terrain Park recently had Central Television on site filming different areas of the Park, as part of the Destination Central Series, including some of the many user groups now based at the Park and those that are busy developing their areas. View part one. View part two. View part three.
Whether you’re after fast-paced action or some leisurely time out, you can relax, rejuvenate and have fun in the Park.
Currently there is no charge to use the general park facilities including trails developed for walking
, running, family motorcycling, mountain biking
. However, individual club lease areas may have access restrictions, fees and different hours of use.
Target shooting, rallying, 4x4 and model aircraft facilities have been developed in the Park by clubs, stay tuned for announcements as these club facilities come on line. These facilities will not be open for general public use. Membership will be required for access. For further information please refer to the Clubs page
The Park also boasts unique conservation and educational opportunities for the involvement of schools, community and environmental groups. The Park provides the perfect example of “the world as your classroom” where visitors young and old can learn from and about the environment and each other.
The Park main gate is closed at night and opened in daylight hours only. Summer hours are from 7am to 9pm, including Labour Weekend to Easter. Winter hours are from 8am to 5pm. We have recently completed Stage Two of the Park Map for your convenience. This covers the public areas of the Park. Go to our Maps page for the Park Map, directions and GPS coordinates of the park entrance and links to other maps we have available.