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Standard cabins, sleep 2-4, from $70 per two, Self-contained cabins, $135 for 2 adults, Park Motels, 2 bedroom $105 for 2.

Address:
168 Takahe Road, Ahipara, New Zealand, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Where better to base yourself in the Far North than Ahipara Holiday Park that is 5 minutes walk from the iconic Ninety Mile Beach? The settlement of Ahipara is just 15 minutes drive south west of Kaitaia which finds you at this very popular holiday park. Accommodation ranges from tent and powered sites, all in a tranquil garden setting where you can listen to the birds and the distant roar of the waves. Enjoy excellent facilities outdoors with an awesome free BBQ area with outdoor dining, sand volleyball court, fish filleting table with free use of fish smoker. Free wireless internet is available and accessible from anywhere in the park. Indoors is a large dining/lounge reception area with SKY TV, internet kiosks, table tennis and a large open fire to keep you warm on cool nights during the winter. Your host is Sandy. The park is a pick up point for a bus tour to Cape Reinga.

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Phone(s):

09 4094864
Website:
Email/Contact Us: ahiparaholidaypark@gmail.co.nz
Address:
Aroha Island Ecological Center, 177 Rangitane Rd, Kerikeri, 0294, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Aroha Island is a 12ha sanctuary in the Kerikeri Inlet and is a short 12km
drive north east of Kerikeri, in the stunning Bay of Islands. A causeway
links the island to the mainland, providing permanent and convenient vehicle
access. It is a natural haven with a wide diversity of New Zealand plants
and birds including the rare North Island Brown Kiwi.
Stroll the private beach, kayak the inlet, take a bush walk, look for birds
and check out the information in the Eco Centre. We offer a range of
accommodation including our campground, bush cottages and our inlet view
Kiwi Lodge…. so come and stay for a night or two and have the chance to see kiwi in their natural habitat.
Aroha Island offers camping on one of our two beautiful campgrounds.
Unpowered sites down by our sheltered Kerikeri inlet beach or a choice of
powered or unpowered sites in our upper bush campground.  It’s the perfect place to just relax or to use as a holiday base to explore the Bay of
Islands. If you are travelling with a larger group and are looking for a
range of accommodation, we also have our lodge and cottage accommodation.

Please note because of the  presence of Kiwi & the sensitive nature of the
island, a “No Pets, No  Smoking” policy is in place, thank you.
Wendy & Simon Martin
Managers

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Phone(s):

09 4075243
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Address:
Bay of Islands Holiday Apartments and Campervan Park, 52 Black Bridge Rd, Paihia, 0204, New Zealand, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Bay of Islands Holiday Apartments & Campervan Park, is a delightful small boutique park has 28 campervan sites (17 powered and 11 unpowered). It comes complete with new ablution block which is very spacious and clean and laundry with washing machine and dryer The showers are $2 metered.. It is 250 meters from the beach, three minutes to Haruru Falls, close to the supermarket, two kilometers to the golf course and 1 kilometer to Paihia Village. What more could you wish for, except that there is a great BBQ shelter free for you to use overlooking a natural pond. All sites are $15-$20 per person and $5 for power. Seasonal rates apply. Free unlimited Wi-Fi available. Your new hosts are Lesley and Gary Lucas.

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Phone(s):

09 4026601
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Address:
Bay of Islands Holiday Park 678 Black Bridge Rd Paihia 0204, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Easy to find, this large park is beside the Waitangi River, and an easy drive to
Paihia approx. 6 km away At the entrance is a well stocked shop and office.
The grounds are level with lovely mature trees, a children’s play area, flying fox,
swimming pool and BBQ. The river is safe for swimming, you can hire a kayak.
The main kitchen is very pleasant, light and airy with absolutely everything.
Adjacent is a roomy dining/lounge/TV area with a DVD. In addition to
communal fridge/freezers, refrigerated lockers can be hired at $2.50 per day.
A second kitchen is basic and is next to the ablutions The laundry is well
equipped with automatic machines. A few dining spots are set on the banks
of the river with a views across the water. A dump station is available Many
of the tours will pick up from here. Your friendly host is Gordon. Prices may
vary seasonally. Tariff $32 - $38 (2 persons), $12 per child.

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Phone(s):

09 402 7646
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Last Update:

2/3/2023
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Address:
1 Old Wharf Road, Haruru, New Zealand, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Absolutely amazing waterfront park with grounds boasting the best direct views of the
falls, there is a private salt water beach. The "Hundertwasser-style' amenities cottage has showers, toilets and a small kitchen. The camp laundry has a washing machine and dryer. Kayaks with life jackets
are available for free for quests, and free Wi-fi is available on site. A dairy and take-away
are close by. Sites are from $15 per person (seasonal rates apply).

Your hosts are Cam and Michael.

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Phone(s):

09 402 7816 / Bookings 0800 111 090
Website:
Email/Contact Us: bookings@falls.co.nz
Address:
331 Kerikeri Road, Kerikeri, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This Holiday Park is permanently closed.

Right next to a Medical Centre on Kerikeri Road 350m from town centre,
entry down the palm lined driveway has been greatly improved to facilitate
easy access to the garden camping on lawns (2 sites have power and taps). The
grounds have a fenced swimming pool with water slide and mature trees. This
is a quiet and family orientated camp. The toilet/shower suites are handy and
all spic and span. An all-purpose room has cooking facilities, TV, fridge/freezer
and laundry equipment. There is a free BBQ or try the local eateries. Your
hosts are Heather and Arthur. All sites are from $40 for two people. Shower
tokens supplied.

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Phone(s):

09 4079024
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Last Update:

28/05/2021
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Address:
111 Wiroa Road, Kerikeri, PO Box 330, Kerikeri, Far North, North Island 0293

DESCRIPTION:

Drive in off the southern approach road, and take the road signposted to the
Airport, near the junction with S Hwy 10. Hideaway offers plenty of lawn
tent sites and 10 power sites, all with taps and sumps. Communal facilities are plentiful but well-used. There are two lounges and two big homely kitchens complete with all utensils, plus two modern laundries. The ablutions have both separate and unisex showers available. Outdoors there is a free-form swimming pool, with newly renovated deck, new BBQ’s and sink. You can buy provisions at the lodge/store/office. This camp is used mainly as a base for seasonal workers. 24 hour access to the Internet is available.  Seasonal rates apply.

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Phone(s):

09 407 9773
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Address:
Hihi Beach Holiday Park 58/62 Hihi Rd Hihi 0494, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This beachside location is just 5km off S Hwy 10 and well signposted. The
office/store is at the entrance with free wifi, free showers, and free BBQ’s. The
main kitchen/dining room has fridges and freezers, TV, a cooking facilities plus
microwave, and other appliances. A laundry and dumpstation are provided
Your hosts are Jeff and Christine Kuypers. Prices are $18 to $21 per person
for a site. Children $12. Seasonal rates apply. Close to the Whaling museum
Bus tours to Cape Reinga. This is a safe swimming beach and a boat ramp.

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Phone(s):

09 406 0307
Website:
Email/Contact Us: info@hihibeachholidaypark.nz
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Address:
809 Hukatere Rd, Houhora, Far North, North Island 0460

DESCRIPTION:

Bump along 90 mile beach for 8km on an unsealed road, the camp is set a little
way back from the beach. Enjoy the amazing sunsets and just a short distance to Cape Reinga; so good for fishing. Surrounded by sand dunes with a view of the sea. Open for camping and can take large vehicles. The ablutions are modern with hot and cold showers. Besides the flush-toilet there are also an eco composting toilet. The indoor and out-door kitchen has good running water, a fridge and gas cookers. Camping sites start from $20 per person. Your host is Gabi Pfaender.

WiFi is available for guests.

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Phone(s):

021 884 145 / +64 9 409 8705
Website:
Email/Contact Us: info@hukatere.com

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-6-3 > Eastern Te Paki track closures

There are 45 tent sites available - Bookings not required.

Address:
Spirits Bay Road, 16km from Waitiki Landing-Te Kao, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Camp in a picturesque setting between the beach (5 min walk) and hills of the Aupouri Peninsula north of Kaitaia. A perfect place for fishing, swimming and walking.

With lush forests in close range and sandy beaches right on your doorstep, Kapowairua is a place to relax, enjoy and explore the great outdoors.

Phone(s):

09 408 6014
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Address:
Kerikeri Holiday Park & Motels, 23 Aranga Rd, Kerikeri, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Country camping, but only a short walk from the southern end of Kerikeri
township. The terrain is on several levels above the Puketotara River with
the main facilities on the central terrace. This park is very well served by
clean ablutions. There is a steep access to the flat power sites at various
levels. A large area of level open camping along the river is ideal for tenting.
The kitchen is well laid out and has all ‘mod-cons’. The mix-and-mingle BBQ
complex has a roll-back roof and a log-burning fireplace. A separate Internet
and TV lounge has been set aside for both camp Internet and wireless. Your
busy hosts are Louise and Andrew. Non powered sites from $36 for two.
Powered sites, from $40 for two. Seasonal rates apply.

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Phone(s):

09 4079326
Address:
Koutu Point Road, Opononi, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

4km north of Opononi turn off SHwy12 onto Koutu Loop Road. The camping
and picnic area is 3km from the highway. This is no frills camping on a grassy
plateau, surrounded on 3 sides by the Hokianga Harbour, with superb views.
You will need to be fully self-contained as the only facilities are some picnic
tables. There is no water, or power but there is a long drop toilet. There is
a boat ramp nearby. Camping costs $10 per night per van and can be put in
the honesty system at the small shed at the entrance. Big area of sites. Sid
and Donna live at 825 Koutu Loop Rd which is the first house on the road
from the main road.

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There are 100+ tent sites available - no bookings required.

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Last Update:

7/10/2020
Address:
Matai Bay, Karikari Peninsula, Northland, 0483, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

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.

Fees

  • Adult (18+ years): $15 per night
  • Child (5–17 years): $7.50 per night
  • Infant (0–4 years): free

Phone(s):

09 408 6014
Address:
Matauri Bay Holiday Park, Matauri Bay Road, Matauri Bay, New Zealand, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

The vista of Matauri Bay spreads below you as you descend along a short
but winding road. The camp is outlined with Norfolk pines running into level
campsites at the northern end of the beach. A barrier arm entry system
operates. The seven days store/office has a liquor license and sells petrol,
diesel and LPG, along with general supplies. Dive bottle fills are also available.
The amenities block has a basic kitchen with plenty of sinks, communal fridge
and a full stove, extra hobs and two microwaves. Two BBQs with outdoor
seating, or visit the fish and chips kiosk in holiday time. There are plenty of
ablutions, curtained showers open to a communal dressing space. Washing
machines and dryers are in separate rooms. Campers have card access to the
amenities. At peak season this is a very busy camp. Your hosts are Maggie
and Brian Grimwood. Peak season prices are $24 per adult (minimum $48
per site) plus $8 for power. Seasonal rates apply.

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Phone(s):

09 4050525
Address:
158 Broadway, Kaikohe, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

At the top end of Kaikohe beside the RSA the Motor Inn has a camping
area to one side. There are 10 power sites and numerous tent sites with
just a toilet, free shower and a small kitchen. A laundry has auto machines.

Campers have access to the swimming pool and enjoy the convenience of
the bar and restaurant next door. Very handy to the Kauri Coast or take a
30 minutes drive to the Bay of Islands. Your friendly hosts are Michelle and
Lindal. All sites $15 per person.

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Phone(s):

09 4053160
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Address:
6 Matai Street, Waipapakauri, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Follow the signs off the main route north, 8km north of Awanui. The Park
is a five minute walk to 90 Mile Beach. A central building contains all of the
facilities. There is a good kitchen for campers with outside dining and a BBQ.
An excellent TV lounge has extra dining. The ablutions are spotlessly clean,
with disability facilities and generous showers. Level grounds are close to
the beach with sheltering trees at the rear and a swimming pool. There is a
dump point provided. Pets by arrangement. Horse treks and quad bikes are
available and Glen will arrange fishing trips on request. There is a takeaway
shop and restaurant in summer. Your hosts are Glen and Debbie. All camping
is from $17 per adult, $10 per child. Peak rates apply.

Phone(s):

09 4067298
Website:
Email/Contact Us: ninetymilebeach@xtra.co.nz
Address:
29 State Highway 10, Awanui 0486, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

At the junction, 6km north of Kaitaia, A boutique park within a motel complex
with a pretty and private camping area at the rear of the Motel. The entrance
is around a manicured lawn. There are 12 sites with power and 2 without,
neatly placed between privacy hedges. At the front of this is a heated pool
and BBQ. A brand new ablution building with spacious showers (including
a disabled facility) and a fully equipped laundry are the facilities provided. A
playground with swings, slide and sandpit will keep the children happy. Wifi
available and kitchen facilities upon request. Sites are from $20 per person.
Tour Booking Office and pick up for Cape Reinga Tours. Parking whilst on a
Tour provided at no additional cost. Sites From $20 per person.

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Phone(s):

(09) 406-7515

Lodge, sleeps 1-6 per room, $32 - $36 for each adult. Bed Breakfast, sleep 2-6. from $97 (2 persons) On-site caravan, $ 28-$32 per person.

Address:
140 Mountain Road, Whirinaki, New Zealand, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Look for the signs between Rawene and Opononi. The approach road requires cautious driving, as you climb on gravel towards the farm gate. This is primarily a lodge with comfortable facilities and great views from the veranda. Campers have their own amenities on the upper level. There is a kitchen with gas ring cooking and a fridge, alongside the dining area. A plentiful supply of hot water serves the unisex shower suites. A washing machine is available, plus a tub. Campsites are level but do not have power. The fresh vegetables grown here are for sale. Have a farming-experience holiday, go tramping along the conservation walkways. Dogs are permitted provided they are under control. Your friendly hosts are Nils and Lois King. Camping costs $16 per person.Under 6 years, $8.00 per child per night. 6yrs to 16 yrs, $10.00 per child per night.

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Phone(s):

09 4058815
Website:
Email/Contact Us: okopako@clear.net.nz
Address:
Opononi Beach Holiday Park, 43 State Highway 12, Opononi, 0473, New Zealand, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

On a pleasant, slightly elevated site this camp is across the road from the
beach. There is a vista of sand dunes and sparkling water from most parts of
the camp. The kitchen has microwave, gas hot plate cooking, 3 fridge/freezers
and opens to a recently extended covered dining deck with a large macrocapa
topped table. The BBQ is free and there is plenty of seating. The ablutions
are positioned at either end of the building and are in a tidy condition. There
is also a children’s play area. Goats around the camp are keeping the grass on
the banks down. Jenny and Harry Barlow are your hosts. Tent sites are $18
per person and with power $20.

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Phone(s):

09 4058791
Address:
81 Pa Road, Kerikeri, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

A short drive out of town, take Cobham Road to Inlet Road and turn into
Pa Road. Here you can enjoy the secluded atmosphere of this smaller camp.
There are16 lawn sites with power and shady trees that are very inviting with
direct access, by a bush walk, to town. Sited on the Kerikeri Inlet, there is a jetty
and boat ramp. You can hire kayaks, one of the fully furnished safari tents, or
gypsy caravans with outside baths. The central amenities have a kitchen with
hobs and ovnes. There are unisex showers and an ample supply of toilets.
The laundry has large automatic machines. A good standard of housekeeping
is maintained throughout. The pagoda marquee houses a BBQ. Internet
facilities are available here. Your friendly hosts are Kathy & Stephen Frewen.

Type Off Season $ Peak Season $
Powered Sites Prime 40 42-50
Powered Sites General 36 40-46
Unpowered Sites Prime 32 38-46
Unpowered Sites General 30 40
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Phone(s):

09 4078617
Email/Contact Us: info@pagoda.co.nz
Address:
1290 Paihia Road, Paihia, New Zealand, Far North, North Island 0200

DESCRIPTION:

This long established, charming camp occupies a wonderful site between a safe beach and a boundary of bush. There is a lovely walk from here to Paihia 3.0 km away. This very popular holiday spot has about 90 sites, 58 with power. If you are lucky you can pitch your tent with the water almost lapping at the door. The kitchen, although mainly gas, does have an electric stove. Outside is a large covered BBQ/dining deck, placed to enjoy all the activities in the Bay. Listen up cooks! There is an old dinghy filled with herbs to add dinnertime flavour. Well presented showers and toilets. The laundry is equipped with automatic machines and a freezer. At the rear of the building is a TV room, and there is a playground for children. Free unlimited Wifi is available. There is a dump point for your use. The office and on-site store, is open 7 days with kayaks for hire. Tour bookings can be arranged. Your hosts are Dusty & Aroha Miller. All sites are from $18 to $30 per adult. Seasonal rates apply.

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Phone(s):

(09) 402-7678
Website:
Email/Contact Us: info@beachsideholiday.co.nz
Address:
1354 Paponga Road Kohukohu, Far North, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Basic camp ground , this location is close to Kohu Kohu where the ferry can be taken across the Hokianga Harbour to Rawene .

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Phone(s):

09 4055813
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Address:
34 Lamb Rd, Pukenui, 0484, New Zealand, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Just off S Hwy 1 a short distance from the Far North Road, you will find camping above the road on terraced sites to maximize the views over Pukenui and the harbour. On the upper level there are about 40 sites, most with power, even in the high season there is usually a spot available. Many power sites have sewerage and water connections. Lots of private nooks-and-crannies have surrounding trees and hedges. There are excellent facilities on each level, which we found to be top notch in the cleanliness stakes including a kitchen with plenty of fridge space, a covered seating area is alongside a free BBQ, and freezer space may be hired. There is a coin operated laundry and free showers. Following the signs you will find farmyard animals including a goat, sheep, miniature ponies and a number of birds and fowls. You can feed and pet most of them, and getting a _selfie_ with Rambo the sheep adds a point of difference to your stay. This camp is also pet friendly. Your host is Jo, who can also make bookings for trips to the Cape and 90 Mile Beach. All sites are $16 to $18 per adult. Make this your holiday base with long stay discounts available.

 

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Phone(s):

09 4098803

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation
Address:
Puketi Recreation Area Campsite, Puketi Fores, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Privacy in an unspoiled setting, but you will have to travel about 16km of
rough road to this self-registration campsite. Beside the eastern edge of
the Puketi Forest, it is close to some spectacular Kauri forest. The campsite
(capacity 50 people) is an ideal base from which to explore the forest, with its network of tracks and walks. There are wheelchair-access toilets, cold-water
taps, fireplaces and wood provided at the campsite. No pets please. All sites
are $10 per adult.

Phone(s):

09 4078474
Website:

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-6-3 > Raetea North Side Campsite access limited

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation
Address:
Raetea North Side Camping Area, State Highway 1, Mangamuka, 0476, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

The campsite is located on State Highway 1 at the northern foot of Raetea
Forest (Mangamuka Gorge)18 km, south-east of Kaitaia along S Hwy 1 towards
Mangataiore. Look for ‘Raetea Reserve’ sign and follow the short gravel drive
beyond the stream ford. Just 20 free campsites set in one of the last remaining
lowland coastal forests. Look and listen for Kukupa or Kereru (wood pigeon),
short tailed bats and parakeets. Kauri snails are present here too.

Phone(s):

09 4097521
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There are 65 tent sites available - bookings not required.

Address:
Rarawa Beach Campsite, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

With a stunning white sandy beach right on your doorstep, Rarawa is your own “slice of Far North paradise” so come relax and enjoy.

Phone(s):

09 4086014
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Address:
1 James Street, Russell, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Enjoy the stunning views of Russell township, the Bay, and over to Paihia. This park is located on the hill above the waterfront, with an easy walk
to shops, restaurants, heritage buildings and trails. Sites are level on three
terraces, with the higher sites having great views. All amenities are on
the middle terrace. A disability access bathroom is available on request.
Overlooking the water, is a well appointed kitchen, with adjoining dining,
and TV annexe.. Wif is also available. There are good cobbled driveways
throughout forming a one-way system to a separate exit and a central
play area and equipment for children. Boat engine flush and fsh cleaning
facilities are available. The many activities in this area include fshing, sailing, kayaking, cycling, Bay of Islands cruises, bushwalking, and heritage trails.
A dump station is here. Becky and Troy are your hosts. Powered sites
from $40 for two, and tent sites from $35 for two. Seasonal rates apply.


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Phone(s):

(09) 403 7826; Toll Free NZ 0800 148 671
Email/Contact Us: info@russelltop10.co.nz

Accommodation, we have
Family Bungalow sleeps 6. Holiday Home sleeps up to 7. Bungalow sleeps 4, Cottage sleeps 5. Ecco Studio sleeps 2. Tourist Flat sleeps 4 to 6. Cabins sleep 2 to 4. Retro Caravan sleeps 4. Tipi sleeps 3.
Glamping Ecco sleeps 3. and Glamping for a couple.

Address:
Russell - Orongo Bay Holiday Park, 5960 Russell Rd, Russell, Far North, North Island 0272

DESCRIPTION:

Approx 3.5 kilometers from Russell is this tranquil picturesque camp, set in a sheltered bush covered valley. Some 14 acres, is divided by trees giving a variety of spacious sites some with privacy (around 40 have power). A swimming pool with outdoor seating, and an imaginative children's play area overlook a large raised lawn with al fresco dining. Each of the tables has an umbrella and a BBQ, A choice of two kitchens, one with an adjacent TV lounge, internet access and a log fire. An outdoor area has a wood fired pizza oven and an all weather table tennis table. Two clean ablution blocks provide ample facilities. Both automatic laundry equipment and clotheslines are plentiful. There are a number of outdoor taps in the grounds, a boat wash, fish-cleaning area and a smokehouse. Enjoy the many activities in the area, including hiring bikes, fishing, kayaking and walking and get the 'lowdown' on the history of Russell. This is the closest camp to the Twin Coast Cycle trail, and great camp for those doing the Cape Brett walk. There are boat ramps near by and wonderful bird life. - you have an opportunity to see both wekas (an endangered N Z flightless bird) and Kiwis which can be heard at night. You may even be lucky enough to see one. The BBC filmed the birdlife in this camp in Nov 2014, and will be screening world wide in 2016. Dogs by arrangement. Your friendly hosts are Angela and Don. This is a family oriented camp with sites from $17 per person. Seasonal rates apply.

 

Phone(s):

09 403 7044
Website:

No. of tent sites:

45

Fires Allowed?:

Fires are not permitted at any time.

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-6-3 > Eastern Te Paki track closures

Fees:

https://www.doc.govt.nz/parks-and-recreation/places-to-go/northland/places/te-paki-recreation-reserve/things-to-do/campsites/tapotupotu-campsite/#fees-and%20bookings

There are 45 tent sites available.

Overseeing Body:

Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No dogs.

Last Update:

22/05/2024
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Address:
Tapotupotu Camping Area Tapotupotu Rd Tapotupotu Bay 0484, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Stay at New Zealand's most northern campsite and experience the scenic wonders of Tapotupotu, from lush forest to breaking surf and breath-taking views.

Camp with the beach at your doorstep, and awaken to the sweet sound of white water breaking on the sand. Tapotupotu is the perfect place to relax, enjoy and explore the great Far North.

The upgraded coastal walkway and bridge link Tapotupotu to Kapowairua as part of the four-day Te Rerenga Wairua (Cape Reinga) walkway.

Phone(s):

0800 275 362
Email/Contact Us: kaitaia@doc.govt.nz

4 kitchen cabins (no toilet or shower) $90 for 2 people, extra person $10, child $5 (max 5)
1 self contained Cabin: $120 per night for 2 people, extra person $15, child $10 (max 6)
Bunkroom (sleeps 4) $22 per person, $10 per child
Seasonal rates apply .

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Address:
1070 Taupo Bay Road, RD 1, Mangonui, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Follow the signposts from S Hwy 10. There is 11km of sealed road to Taupo Bay. The level lawn sites are partially shaded by trees and lead through to a stunning beach. A well stocked general store is open all day during the holiday season and at weekends but just odd hours in the off season. Eftpos service and a coffee machine are available. The kitchen is roomy with plenty of refrigerator space. There are hot plates and microwaves for cooking while outside is a covered dining area with a BBQ. Here you can sit and watch your children on the play equipment. You’ll find a comfortable carpeted TV lounge where videos are freely available. The ablutions have ample toilets and metered, curtained showers, with liquid soap at the basins. The laundry has automatic washers and dryers. Boats up to 22ft can be launched from here. A boat wash and fish cleaning facilities are available too. Kayaks, snorkelling and fishing gear can be hired. Although summer holidays are busy, this is off-the-beaten-track camping. Powered sites are from $20 per person and tent sites are from $18. Seasonal rates apply.

Enjoy the 1.2 hectares of camp, offering plenty of shelter and shade. We have a self-contained 2 bedroom cabin, kitchen cabins, backpackers room, power and tent sites. We have a fantastic BBQ area where you can enjoy the catch of the day or prepare a meal in our fully equipped and well sized kitchen. We also have a small store which has a range of basic supplies.

Phone(s):

09 406 0315
Website:
Email/Contact Us: info@taupobay.nz
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Address:
Tauranga Bay Beach Rd ( Off Tauranga Bay Rd) RD 1 Kaeo-Northland, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

An easy sealed drive to Tauranga Bay brings you to a sweep of orange sandy
beach that borders the camp. A boat ramp is nearby. From the camp you
can arrange a boat charter for fishing trips, harbour cruises, dive courses or
dive trips to the Rainbow Warrior. There are basic supplies at the office/camp
store all year with good summer stock. Internet is available. The 150 level sites
(120 have power) are well drained but little shade. Secure boat and trailer
parking is provided. Two kitchens are operational when the camp is busy, both
are clean, with gas hobs set into tiled benches, microwaves and a fridge/freezer.
There is a outdoor BBQ corner nearby. The two kitchen and ablution blocks
vary, with one being larger they offer ($1 token-operated) showers, with
separate blocks providing toilets. The two laundries have automatic machines.
Prices start from $20 per person. Seasonal prices apply. Your hosts are Harry and Leah Bowsher. Pets at some
times of year by arrangement only.

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Phone(s):

09 405 0436
Website:

Last Update:

17/10/2023
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Address:
Camping Ground, Te Pua Road, Te Kao 0484, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

From the Te Kao Store, about 10 km farther north from here you turn east down Paua
Road, then into Te Pua road. There is a plateau of rough grass above sheltered waters on three sides. A landmark bar of gleaming white (pure silica) sand protects this coast. Clear, deep water is around the perimeter, but you will
have to negotiate a bank to the water or try your luck at the boat ramp, unless
the tide is right. Campers must be totally independent.  This appears to be a great fishing spot. Charges are $10 per vehicle per night.

Prices are:
Camping
Adults, $10 per night(13yrs+)
Children, $5 per night(5-12yrs)
Under 5yrs Free

Boat Ramp Prices:
Campers one off payment
$30 per motor boat
$15 per kayak, jetski, rowboat.

Non-Campers pay per day
$30 per motor boat
$15 per kayak, jetski, rowboat.

ALL VISITORS MUST REPORT TO THE OFFICE.

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Phone(s):

0275 335 544
Address:
168 W Coast Rd, Kohukohu, 0491, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Take a sharp hairpin to your left on to West Coast Road as you leave the
Rawene Ferry, or turn right at the ferry for those travelling from the north.
5km south of Kohukohu and 1. 7km west of the ferry landing, the Tree House
Eco Lodge is along the Motukaraka (West Coast) Road and is well signposted.
A pleasant, shady spot for backpackers and travellers who appreciate a quiet,
uncrowded camping area that is brimming with bird-life. Campers with
cars must leave them in the carpark provided. Small motorhomes can be
accommodated although only one power point is available. The smoke-free
communal area with kitchen is delightful, although it is not suitable for very
young children. Stimulate your appetite with the 20-minute bushwalk. Your
hosts are Phil and Pauline Evans. Camping is $20 per person. $13 without use of kitchen, $20 includes use of the kitchen.

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Phone(s):

09 4055855
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Closed For Winter?:

Yes

Last Update:

8/3/2023
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Address:
Melissa Road, Karikari Peninsula, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

The Tokerau Beach Motor Camp is closed at the moment.

This camp is right on a safe sandy beach that is known for its excellent fishing
and shellfish gathering. To the rear of the camp there is a large building that
houses the amenities. The ablution block is tidy and the kitchen has a fridge/
freezer, microwave and cooktops. A large basic TV lounge has table tennis.
In the auto laundry is a place to sit and read. This is real kiwi camping, close
to the beach with some sheltered sites. There is a dump point here. Plenty
to do: try the kite surfing school, or take a trip to Cape Reinga, Charter
fishing is available locally. Close by are a general store, Internet, fish & chips,
a restaurant and a café. There are around 44 sites with power plus 250
sites for tents.  Seasonal prices apply and dogs are welcome by
arrangement only.

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Phone(s):

09 408 7055
Address:
15 Puhata Rd, Herekino, New Zealand, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

15 Km from Ahipara and 1km past the Herekino Hotel. Here you will find a long drop toilet, showers, and a basic out-door kitchen. There is a small museum here. Enjoy horse treks, fishing/snorkelling trips, bush/beach walks and hunting treks, from this very relaxed country farm. Your hosts are Grant and Tangi Davan. Non-powered sites, $20 per person per night. Pre bookings please.

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Phone(s):

09 4093883
Website:
Email/Contact Us: tuiinn@xtra.co.nz
Address:
Twin Pines Tourist Park 340 Black Bridge Rd Rd 1 0271 New Zealand, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

The picturesque, securely fenced grounds are slightly undulating. There are
30 sites with power and plenty of tent sites, some with shady trees. Gravel
or grass parking is available. There is a children’s adventure playground. The
amenities block includes ablutions in 8 separate unisex bathroom suites and
2 wheelchair access bathrooms. Adjoining the large kitchen is a welcoming
TV lounge with dining tables and chairs. The laundry is well equipped with
automatic machines. There is a dump station. Your hosts are Katie and Dick.
Sites are from $16 per person. Seasonal rates apply.

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Phone(s):

09 4027322
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Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-6-3 > Whangapau Point Pā Track closed

Address:
Urupukapuka Island, Russell, Northland, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

An ideal chance to escape to an island for a camping holiday. Indico, Paradise
and Otehei Bays are set aside for day visitors. At Otehei Bay you will find
an open-air restaurant. Campers can stay only at Cable Bay (31 sites) and
Urupukapuka Bay. Camping is on a self-registration basis for Urupukapuka
Bay, with a warden on site over summer for both bays. Drinking water and cold showers are at both sites. Campers need to be completely self-sufficient
and bring a portable toilet screen and a supply of biological (not chemical)
additives. They also need to remove all their rubbish from the island.
No pets or open fires please. Please leave farm gates as you find them.
Campers need to make their own arrangements for transport. Boats leave
for Urupukapuka Island from Paihia and Russell daily. Price per adult is $10.

 

Phone(s):

09 430 2133
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Address:
Utea Park 809 Hukatere Rd Waiharara 0484, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Turn down Whalers Rd (where the 90 Mile Beach sign is shown at State
Highway 1) then on to Hukatere Rd and travel 10 km down the road through
the forestry (there are 700 wild horses in this forest). This camp is set among
the sand dunes with plenty of space for tents and a short walk to the beach.
There are flush toilets and unisex solar showers plus private showers and an
outdoor hot bath. The new kitchen has gas stoves and power points. Payment
by donation. (koha) Aprox 8 kms of bone shaking, dusty gravel road, but worth
the trip.

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Phone(s):

09 9467998
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Address:
Wagener Holiday Park - Houhora Heads Motor Camp 214 Houhora Road Houhora 0484 New Zealand, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Wagener Holiday Park (Houhora Heads Motor Camp) is within an easy 12km
reach of 90 Mile Beach. Be sure to have a look at New Zealand’s oldest
pioneer mansion: the Subritzky/Wagener Homestead, built in 1859. Enjoy
a walk through the beautiful Wagener Park historic grounds and memorial
gardens. Nature has provided an almost landlocked picturesque harbour here.
The adjacent beach is popular for swimming, surfing, Wagener Holiday Park
(Houhora Heads Motor Camp) is within an easy 12km reach of 90 Mile
Beach. Be sure to have a look at New Zealand’s oldest pioneer mansion:
the Subritzky/Wagener Homestead, built in 1859. Enjoy a walk through the
beautiful Wagener Park historic grounds and memorial gardens. Nature has
provided an almost landlocked picturesque harbour here. The adjacent beach
is popular for swimming, surfing, shellfish gathering, fishing and “all-over”
tanning. The camp has a boat ramp and wash down facilities, and a reputation
for fishing. Land based fishing gear, kayaks and golf clubs are available for
hire. Sites vary from ones with spectacular water views to the secluded and
private. Although there are 120 power sites, a large area of the camp has
been set aside for unstructured non-power camping. There is a children’s
playground and a BBQ area is available. There is a special area for campers
with dogs. The laundry and kitchen facilities are clean and tidy. There are ample, roomy, metered showers and flush toilets. Sewerage and dump point
and a car wash are all available.

Your hosts are Alan and Amy.

Tent sites are from $15 per person or $17 per person with power. Seasonal rates apply.
We have 2, 3 and 4 berth cabins, (2 are en-suite cabins)
and onsite caravans available.
Cabins $60 (2 people) (en-suite an extra $2 per person)*.
*High season (+$5 per night per site) and
public holiday surcharge may apply.

Phone(s):

09 409 8564
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Address:
Wagon Train RV Tourist Park, 1265 Bulls Rd, Kerikeri, 0293, New Zealand, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

2 KM South of keriKeri junction,a Holiday Park set in a private tropical landscaped setting opposite the Cottle Hill Winery. R.V. Motorhome sites,Trailer/caravan sites, tent sites. The central _ American Barn_ houses the Kitchen, Laundry, TV, Internet and lap top hook up. A magnificent hotel style, separated new ablution block with gas-heated hot showers, stand alone vanity units and big mirrors with Italian lights and hair dryers. Attached to the barn is a sail sheltering the picnic tables and BBQ, They offer secure parking and will book Tours from here.

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Phone(s):

09 4077889
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Address:
Waipapakauri Hotel,, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Around the back of the hotel you will find a large open flat area for camping.
Plenty of room for large vehicles. The toilets and shower facilities are in the
hotel. Food is available in the hotel (Bistro). Home of the famous Waipap
burger. Your host is Jayne and camping costs $10 per night per person.

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Phone(s):

09 4067408

Cabins:
Basic Cabin with shared facilities. Sleep 6
Camp Sites:
Campervans & Motorhomes - powered or unpowered
Tent sites - powered or unpowered
(certified RCD protected camping power lead required)

Address:
Waitangi Holiday Park, 1 Tahuna Rd, Paihia, 0200, New Zealand, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Just to the north of Paihia, this camp is on the edge of the Waitangi River mouth with a water boundary and a security fence at the road frontage. There are over 160 roomy sites (56 with power) and a few shady trees. The amenities offer two kitchens, with microwaves and fridge/freezers. The laundry has automatic coin operated washers and dryer. The ablutions have well-lined, clean showers. There is a dump station provided. Internet access available. Some areas reserved for campers who have quietness as a priority. All sites are $16 to $25 per person (including hot showers) in peak season. Pet friendly by prior arrangement. A short walk from the park takes you to a supermarket.

Phone(s):

09 4027866
Website:
Email/Contact Us: info@waitangiholidaypark.co.nz
Address:
Waitiki Tourist Complex, 9047 Far N Rd, Te Hapua, Far North, North Island 0484

DESCRIPTION:

This complex is 21 km south of Cape Reinga and the road to The Cape is sealed
all the way. There are level sites, 128 with power, dotted with palms and other
shady trees. You can shop for groceries, fill your car with petrol, get a snack
or a full meal at the licensed restaurant in season and enjoy the inviting dining
room. The camp kitchen offers basic equipment, gas cook tops and fridges.,
There is a small dining area. A laundromat service operates, with commercial
quality equipment in the vast laundry. Hot showers ($2) are limited in number,
metered and clean. A pick up and drop off service is available for tramping
groups. Tent sites are $12 per person or with power $40 (2 people) Eftpos

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Phone(s):

09 409 7523
Address:
320 Whangaroa Rd, Whangaroa 0478, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Just a short hop from the intersection dividing Kaeo from Whangaroa, this
is a quiet, well-groomed pretty little retreat on the upper reaches of the
Whangaroa harbour. The grounds have 40 sites, well-wooded and sheltered,
and surrounded by native bush-clad hills. The amenities are modern with a
well-equipped kitchen and an adjoining glass screened area for casual meals.
This has a TV. There are excellent shower cubicles and automatic equipment
in the laundry. Two small indoor pools (one hot, one cold). This is a favourite
spot for fishing. Try your hand at catching marlin, or hire boats and dive gear. Camp sites are from $20 per person plus an extra $4 for power. Your host
is Dave.

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Phone(s):

09 405 0306
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Address:
17 Whatuwhiwhi Rd, Karikari Peninsula, 0483, New Zealand, Far North, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Very well sign posted off S Hwy 10. This camp is nestled between some sheltering hills but has easy, level, shady or sunny sites. A lovely bay is immediately opposite the camp. Only a short drive to get supplies. The central amenities block has a well-kept new kitchen, with microwave, hotplate cooking, fridge and a TV. Nestled into a ferned rockery are picnic tables in a canopied BBQ garden. The ablutions were built for comfort, but have meters to conserve water. There are both single-sex appointments and a familysize wheelchair-friendly suite. The laundry has automatic washing machines and dryers, with freezer space too. During the peak season, each evening, takeaway meals are available only 5 minutes away. Get dive air fills here. Adump point is provided. Tours and charter boats can be arranged from here. Prices are from $25 per adult on all sites. Concessions for weekly rates from May - October (does notinclude public holidays.)

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Phone(s):

09 4087202
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