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These campsites are in high use locations and have a more limited range of facilities and services than Serviced campsites: toilets, water supply (tap, stream or lake) and vehicle or boat access. Wood BBQs and fireplaces, cold showers, picnic tables, a cooking shelter and rubbish bins may be provided.

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Total listings found: 11      Note: only those listings below are shown on the Google Map above (if more than one page).
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Overseeing Body: Department of Conservation
Summary: Details of this camp are in The New Zealand Camping Guide . To order click ‘book order ‘above
Address:
DOC West Bay Campground Mt Robert Rd Nelson Lakes National Park 7072, Tasman, Nelson, South Island
Phone(s): 03 521 1808
Overseeing Body: Department of Conservation
Summary: 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.
Address:
Port Underwood,Waikawa, Picton Department of Conservation, Marlborough, South Island
Phone(s): 03 5279100
Overseeing Body: Department of Conservation
Summary: Number of tent sites – 75 Maximum number of people – 250 Once a large gold mining settlement with houses, shops and schools, this is now a remote but comfortable campsite. Walk from the campsite to the Wentworth Falls, Wentworth mines and a waterhole for swimming. Golf course and [...]
Address:
Wentworth Valley Road, Whangamata, New Zealand, Coromandel, North Island
Phone(s): 07 865 7032
Overseeing Body: Department of Conservation
Summary: Largest DOC camp in the country. Head north from Coromandel, then take Waikawau-Kennedy Bay Road. Here you’ll find relaxed, comfortable camping, adjacent to a sweeping, sandy beach. The beach is good for swimming, diving and fishing, and bush walking opportunities are nearby. North of the campsite are breeding grounds for the NZ dotterel [...]
Address:
Waikawau Bay Recreation Reserve, East Coast - Northern Coromandel Peninsula. Department of Conservation:, Coromandel, North Island
Phone(s): 07 8661108
Overseeing Body: Department of Conservation
Summary: Fantail Bay campsite is open but only creek water is available at the moment. The Port Jackson Rd is open but road works are still in progress. The conditions are wet and rough in places and 4WD vehicles are recommended. Expect a slow trip.
Address:
Port Jackson Camping Ground, Coromandel, Port Jackson Rd, Port Jackson, Waikato, 3584, New Zealand, Coromandel, North Island
Phone(s): 07 867 9080
Overseeing Body: Department of Conservation
Summary: Awana Estuary is on the east coast of Great Barrier Island. Get there via the Auckland car ferry and then a rough gravel road (dry weather access only). Camp on an undulating site next to the Awana Stream (take your mozzie repellent!) and close to one of the island’s most famous surf [...]
Address:
Awana Bay north of Claris, Great Barrier Island, Auckland, North Island
Phone(s): 09 429 0044
Summary: Camp behind the sand dunes of Uretiti Beach. Surf, fish or swim at the beautiful sandy surf beach. Walk along the stunning coastal track at Mangawhai Heads, only a 20 min drive south, or explore the nearby Waipu Caves.
Address:
3149 State Highway 1, Waipu, 0582, New Zealand, Northland, North Island
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Phone(s): 09 4321051.
Summary: Camp on the outer Karikari Peninsula in a sheltered bay with campsites nestled amongst beautiful pohutukawa trees. This is a popular place for families and boaties. Walk around the coast or relax on the picturesque white sandy beach.
Address:
Matai Bay, Karikari Peninsula, Northland, 0483, Far North, North Island
Phone(s): 09 408 6014
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