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Address:
91 Willjames Ave, Algies Bay, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Bethshan is situated right on the beachfront at Algies Bay, approx 1 hour north
of Auckland. To get there take State Highway 1 to Warkworth through to
Snells Beach and continue on the main road to Algies Bay. Look for the
camping sign. Turn left into Alexander Road then right at the bottom of the
hill into Willjames Ave. Bethshan is the end of the Willjames on the lefthand
side. Wrapped in beautiful native bush, it encourages a variety of native birds.
Cooking for tenters is by way of modern barbecues. The ablution block is
modern and clean and showers are free, as is use of the internet, laundry,
kayaks dingies and sailboats. Get away from it all and experience fishing and
boating. There are 16 sites with power $20 per adult per night and children
under 14 years are $10 per night. Your friendly hosts are Evan and Shirley
Algie

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Phone(s):

09 4255774
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Alerts Modified Date: 2024-2-6 > Kenepuru Road closed to visitors

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Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Last Update:

28/05/2021
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Address:
Kenepuru Head, Marlborough, South Island

DESCRIPTION:

This is a Department of Conservation campsite.

Kenepuru Head Campsite Number of tent sites - 19, bookings required. 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.

Dog access with a DOC permit only.

Seasonal restrictions

NZMCA/DOC Pass not valid between 20 December and the day after Waitangi weekend.

Fires are not permitted at any time. See fire rules on conservation land.

Phone(s):

+64 3 546 9339
Email/Contact Us: nelsonvc@doc.govt.nz

Number of tent sites - 20 non-powered

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation
Address:
Lake Mapourika, Waiho, West Coast, New Zealand, West Coast, South Island

DESCRIPTION:

Number of tent sites - 20 (bookings not required - first come - first served) Easily accessible campsite. Boat, trout fish or swim in the lake.

Phone(s):

+64 3 752 0360
Website:
Email/Contact Us: westlandnpvc@doc.govt.nz

5 non-powered/tent sites

Bookings not required - first come, first served

Address:
Monowai, Southland, Lake Monowai roadend, Department of Conservation, Southland, South Island

DESCRIPTION:

Enjoy this peaceful campsite beside Lake Monowai. Explore the tracks to Rodger Inlet and Green Lake huts, or go fishing or boating.

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Phone(s):

03 2144589
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Address:
1 Beach Road, Opunake, Taranaki, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Half an hour from Hawera, an attractive bush-reserve approach leads to this
beachside camp. Opunake is a traditional holiday spot, with the rest of the
sheltered bay housing the surf club and an artificial surf reef just offshore. Nearby activities include boating, surfcasting, swimming and water skiing.
The grounds are level grass, with 95 powered sites and 10 tent sites in a
ribbon layout. The amenities block has a kitchen with stoves, bench cooktops,
microwaves and fridge/freezers. A TV lounge/dining area has outside dining
under shade sails. There is also a large paddling pool and lots of adventure
play equipment. Supplies are available at the camp shop. Superb toilets/
ablutions include a disabled access suite and there is a laundry an d dump point
provided. No pets here please. Your hosts are Lisa and Jase All sites are
powered $44 for 2 adults, $10 per child. $5 for under 5.

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Phone(s):

06 761 7525
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Overseeing Body:

South Taranaki District Council
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Address:
Ball Road, Hurleyville, New Zealand, Taranaki, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Starting at the end of Ball Road – just North of Patea. The road is unsealed and not for the faint hearted, but you will be rewarded by the atmosphere of this special place.  Excellent bushwalks, hot showers, boat ramp for many water activities. NZ’s longest manmade lake. Fee: $5 per site per night (based on a family of 4).

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Phone(s):

0800 111 323
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Address:
1334 Sandspit Rd, Sandspit, 0982, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

7km from Warkworth, Sandspit Holiday Park is designed around family
camping with lots to keep the kids occupied for hours. The camp has its
own little beach and jetty, with a floating pontoon. free kayaks are available.
The games hall has table tennis, soccer and pool tables. Take a walk down
memory lane through the pioneer village of yesteryear. A brand new kitchen
and ablutions block has just been completed. In the kitchen is a huge table
and large doors leading to a covered deck, The ultra-modern showers and
toilet are new. Enjoy your evenings in the BBQ/dining area. Play a game of maxi chess while the meal cooks, meanwhile the children can get friendly
with the donkeys and sheep. An ‘olde’ picture theatre houses the TV room;
maybe spend some quiet time in the camp library. Safe swimming here for
the children plus many other outdoor activities in the area. Wireless Internet
available. Your hosts are Jared and Zena Morrison.

This holiday park has 7 beachfront camp sites at $24 per night ($48 Peak rate) and standard camp sites at $23 per night ($46 Peak rate). There are also hardstand sites for Motorhomes and caravans at $23 per night ($46 Peak rate).

You can view a map of the camp here

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Phone(s):

09 425 8610
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