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These have very limited facilities so campers need to be fully selfsufficient. Basic toilets and water may be from a tank, stream or lake.

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Total listings found: 5      Note: only those listings below are shown on the Google Map above (if more than one page).
Overseeing Body: Department of Conservation
Dog Allowed Details (if applicable): No Dogs
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Summary: 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
Phone(s): 03 572 9100 (Renwick Office) 03 521 1806 (Nelson Lakes Visitor Centre)
Summary: 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
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Phone(s): 03 2144589
Overseeing Body: Department of Conservation
Summary: The first Lake Waikaremaona campsite you hit driving from the Wairoa road end, it is 10 km south of the Waikaremoana Visitor Centre.
Te Urewera National Park. Department of Conservation: Aniwaniwa Visitor Centre, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island
Phone(s): 06 837 3803
Overseeing Body: Department of Conservation
Summary: Between Opotiki and Motu at the junction of the Whitikau and Takaputahi Streams is this basic remote campsite. Located at the entrance to Raukumara Conservation Park it is a base for walks, fly fshing, mountain biking and hunting. With space for around 16 tents, facilities include toilets, BBQ areas and water supply from [...]
Whitikau Campsite, 802 Takaputahi Rd, Toatoa,, Bay of Plenty, East Cape, North Island 3197
Phone(s): 06 8373803