Total listings found: 109 Note: only those listings below are shown on the Google Map above (if more than one page).
Number of tent sites – 50 This is a river side campsite in a farmland area. There are walks and tramps from here or go horse riding, biking, hunting or on 4WD excursions.
Waikaia Forest, Waikaia, Southland, South Island
Number of tent sites – 5 Enjoy this peaceful campsite beside Lake Monowai. Explore the tracks to Rodger Inlet and Green Lake huts or go fishing or boating.
Monowai, Southland, Lake Monowai roadend, Department of Conservation, Southland, South Island
Skippers is part of Mount Aurum Recreation Reserve, among the hills and valleys that fed much of Wakatipu_s 1860s gold fever. The reserve was established in 1985 from Mount Aurum Station and annually attracts tens of thousands of visitors wanting to explore the 9,100-hectare reserve, despite the challenges of [...]
Skippers Road, Skippers, New Zealand, Southern Lakes, South Island
Kinloch Campsite Number of tent sites – 20 Camp on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, New Zealand_s longest lake. Explore the area along the Caples or the Greenstone tramping tracks. Swim, kayak, fish or go boating on the lake, or enjoy the scenery.
Lake Wakatipu, Kinloch, Otago, New Zealand, Southern Lakes, South Island
Cameron Flat Number of tent sites – 30 Camp near the Makarora River. Plenty of great activities are available nearby such as hunting, tramping or fishing.
State Highway 6, Department of Conservation, 15 minutes north of of Makarora township, beside SH6. Gravel road., Southern Lakes, South Island
03 443 8365
Boundary Creek Camping Area Number of tent sites – 40 Relax on the shores of Lake Wanaka at this easily accessible and quiet campsite. Water sports include motor boating, skiing and fishing. Walks lead from the campsite around the lake.
S Hwy 6, Head of Lake Wanaka. Department of Conservation, Southern Lakes, South Island
Kidds Bush Camping Area Number of tent sites – 40 Camp lakeside in a large grassy area with good shade from mountain beech trees. Walk around the lake, go fishing or swimming.
Hunter Valley Station Road, Hunter Valley, New Zealand, Access by boat only, Southern Lakes, South Island
Gillespies Beach Campsite Number of tent sites – 8 The Gillespies Beach campsite is located near an old gold mining settlement. Short tracks lead to historic suction and bucket dredges – relics from the gold mining days, while longer tracks lead to Gillespies Lagoon and a seal colony at [...]
Gillespies Beach 1176 Gillespies Beach Rd Westland National Park 7886, West Coast, South Island
Hans Bay Number of tent sites – 40 This is a large grassy lake front campsite beside the beautiful Lake Kaniere. Fish from the jetty, boat or swim in the lake. Please note that dogs are not permitted in the campground or Lake Kaniere Scenic Reserve.
Hans Bay - Lake Kaniere Camping Area, Kokatahi, West Coast, New Zealand, West Coast, South Island
Department of Conservation
This attractive campground is set in an old gold mining area full of exploration opportunities. The Nelson Creek village includes a store, hotel and pottery shop on a terrace immediately above the camping and recreation area. The campground is next to the creek, where you can go gold panning and has numerous sheltered [...]
621 Nelson Creek Road, Ngahere, West Coast, South Island
+64 3 768 0427 (Greymouth Office) or +64 3 732 8391 (Reefton i-Site)
Number of tent sites – 50 The site of the historic gold-rush town of Lyell, this large grassed campsite is easily accessible. Walk to the battery and take an alternative loop back to the campsite.
Lyell, Upper Buller Gorge Road SH6, Inangahua, West Coast, New Zealand, West Coast, South Island
Department of Conservation
Number of tent sites – 20 This is a large campsite. Explore the Lewis Pass area from here. There is a short walk to the sluice box, or follow the Lake Daniell Track. There are natural hot pools on both sides of Lewis Pass.
Lewis Pass, Maruia, West Coast, New Zealand, West Coast, South Island
03 732 8391
Number of tent sites – 18 Number of campervan sites – 7 Once a gold mining area this is now a popular picnicking and camping site. The campsite is well drained but be prepared for West Coast rain downpours. Try gold fossicking in the creek, or mountainbike the road. [...]
Victoria Forest Park, West Coast, New Zealand, West Coast, South Island
Number of campervan sites – 50 Number of tent sites – 50 Camp beneath magnificent alpine scenery including Mt Sefton. Enjoy a variety of walks from the valley floor to mountain tops. The village has a visitor centre, guided activities, shops and restaurants.
White Horse Hill campsite 227 Hooker Valley Rd Mt Cook National Park 7999 New Zealand, South Canterbury, South Island
Kahurangi National Park Created in 1996, Kahurangi is one of New Zealand\’s newest national parks, and at 452,002 hectares it is also the second largest. Translated, its name has a number of meanings including \’treasured possession\’, an apt description of its wonderfully diverse natural and recreational values. In places [...]
Kahurangi National Park, Tasman, New Zealand, West Coast, South Island
Along the Milford Road (between Te Anau and The Divide) you can stay at one of ten DOC camping areas. These are in picturesque spots beside bush, rivers and lakes, often with opportunities for bush walks or trout fishing nearby. Most have fire places, picnic tables, toilets and access [...]
Milford Track, Fiordland National Park, New Zealand, Southern Lakes, South Island
Department of Conservation
Situated on State Highway 6, southern end of Lake Ianthe, 15km north of Harihari. Camp beside one of Westland’s forest-lined freshwater lakes. Popular for boating, trout fishing and swimming.
Lake Ianthe, Harihari, West Coast, West Coast, South Island
+64 3 752 0360
Number of tent sites – 50 Located on the banks of the Waihi River, this campsite is a popular picnic spot surrounded by kahikatea, matai and lowland totara forest. Swim in the river if it_s warm enough.
Waihi Gorge Road, Kakahu, New Zealand, South Canterbury, South Island
Number of sites – 53 Number of powered sites – 24 Number of cabins – 4 Camp within a grove of trees. Walk to swamp forest, old logging sawpits, Acland Falls or the Rangitata River. Fish, jet boat or raft the river.
Peel Forest Park, RD 22, Geraldine Department of Conservation, South Canterbury, South Island
03 696 3567
Department of Conservation
Number of tent sites – 10 This isolated campsite beside Lake Tennyson offers trout fishing, kayaking, boating and walking opportunities.
Wairau River, Tasman, Nelson, South Island
03 572 9100 (Renwick Office) 03 521 1806 (Nelson Lakes Visitor Centre)
Number of tent sites – 20. Molesworth Station is New Zealand\’s largest farm park. Camp near the original cob homestead built in 1885 close to the Molesworth Farm Park boundary. Drive or cycle along the road and fish in the river.
Molesworth Station 122 km from Blenheim., Marlborough, South Island
A self-registration camp site at the Pukatea Stream. This one suits the nature lover because as well as walks, the area offers sea fishing, swimming and small boating. The only facilities here are toilets and cold water, but there is disabled access. Charges $6.10 per person, $1.50 for children.
Rarangi Whatamongi Bay Whites Bay, Marlborough, South Island
Department of Conservation
Number of tent sites – 30. This camp has lovely scenery and is close to a surf beach. Go walking, fishing, swimming or boating from here.
Port Underwood,Waikawa, Picton Department of Conservation, Marlborough, South Island
An easily accessible camp in a picturesque setting - enjoy water activities or a stroll in the native bush. A self-registration camp site. A number of water sports are attractions on the lake and the area is interesting for walking and tramping too. There are four toilets and a water supply. There [...]
Lake Rotoroa Camping Ground, Tasman, New Zealand, Tasman, Nelson, South Island
03 521 1806
A stunningly beautiful spot amongst mature native forest, since last century Pelorus Bridge has been a popular stopover point for travellers between Marlborough and Nelson. Set over two camping areas, the main one being Kahikatea Flat, a delightful enclave with lawn tent sites, surrounded by native bush and the [...]
Pelorous Bridge, RD 2, Rai Valley, Marlborough, South Island
Cow Shed Bay is near the foreshore or on the inland side of the road. Enjoy boating, fishing, walking, mountain biking or relaxing in this popular campsite. Portage is nearby (500m) where there is a shop with basic supplies and accommodation with a bar and restaurant. Number of tent [...]
Portage Bay, Kenepuru, Marlborough, South Island
03 520 3002
Kerr Bay Camping Ground (St Arnaud) Kerr Bay camp is located adjacent to Lake Rotoiti with a boat launching ramp nearby. It is surrounded by beech forest and 500 m from the St Arnaud village shop. The camp is not suitable for vehicles greater than 7 m in length. [...]
Lake Road, St Arnaud, New Zealand, Tasman, Nelson, South Island
Totaranui is a large campground next to the clear waters and golden sands of Totaranui beach and backed by an estuary. It\’s a great base for activities – relax on the beach, swim, kayak, fish or explore the nearby stands of native bush by walking one of the many [...]
Totaranui Road, Abel Tasman National Park via Nelson, Tasman, Nelson, South Island
Nelson Lakes National Park (established in 1956) is situated in the north of New Zealand’s South Island. This park protects 102,000 hectares of the northern most Southern Alps. The park offers tranquil beech forest, craggy mountains, clear streams and lakes both big and small.
Porika Road, Lake Rotoroa, Nelson Lakes, New Zealand, Tasman, Nelson, South Island
Bucks Road Number of tent sites – 25 Enjoy the picturesque campsite above the Tauherenikau River amongst regenerating bush. Camp at the roadend or walk approx 150 m along the track to the right of the Gorge to a grassy area amongst trees. Walk the Tauherenikau Gorge track or [...]
Bucks Road, Tauherenikau, Wellington/Wairarapa, North Island
Butchers Flat Number of tent sites – 20. This grassy flat camping area was once a gold mining area. Picnic, swim or fish in the Wakamarina River and walk or mountain bike on the nearby Doom or Wakamarina Tracks.
Butchers Flat Camping Area, Wakamarina, Marlborough, 7178, New Zealand, Marlborough, South Island
Kenepuru Head Number of tent sites – 20. Picturesque setting and a great base for a range of recreation activities including boating, fishing, walking and mountain biking on the nearby Queen Charlotte Track. Enjoy the brand new cooking shelter and toilet block.
Kenepuru Head, Marlborough, Marlborough, South Island
Kiriwhakapapa Number of tent sites – 30 This is a lovely family campsite beside a creek. Near an old logging and exotic forestry trial area. Walk through native forest to Blue Range hut, 2 hrs one way. Walk the 1 hr loop track or the tramline track to the [...]
Masterton, Kiriwhakapapa Road, Kiriwhakapapa, New Zealand, Wellington/Wairarapa, North Island
Putangirua Pinnacles Scenic Reserve is 13 km along Cape Palliser Road from the Lake Ferry turn-off, approximately one hour_s drive from Martinborough. The turn-off and campsite are 500 metres past the Department of Conservation Te Kopi Homestead and Cottage.
1271 Cape Palliser Rd, Aorangi Forest Park, 5772, Wellington/Wairarapa, North Island
150 camp sites Open October long weekend till Easter Open river terraces and regenerating bush surround the campsite reflecting the farming, mining and sawmilling history of the area. There are short walks to pioneering era relics. Some harder tramping tracks start here. The river offers swimming, white water kayaking [...]
Otaki Forks Otaki Gorge Rd Tararua Forest Park 5582, Wellington/Wairarapa, North Island