There are two on site walks one “The Peninsular Walk” takes you around into Waterfall Bay and is a loop track back to the Bay. The other “The James Vogel Track” Takes you through one of the last original stands of Beach Forest in the Sounds. The Queen Charlotte Track can be accessed off our access road or the James Vogel Track.
The trail from Mistletoe Bay to Anakiwa is known as one of the best single track rides in the country.
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A number of sit on kayaks are available on site and we have associations with both Marlborough Sounds Adventure Company and Wilderness Guides if sea kayaks are envisaged as part of your down time.
We have a fleet of Optimist Training Dinghy’s available for hire on site ready for your intercompany regatta.
We have a 15 metre pontoon to fish off with a number of different species being caught in the Bay. A fishing charter is also available from the Bay
Mistletoe Bay is normally flat calm with the wharf and jetty providing safe platforms to swim snorkel or dive from.
Our associated camp site provides a large lawn for games such as petanque badminton, soccer, or any lawn game in the off peak season.