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These campsites have 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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Found 39 listings

No. of tent sites:

30

Fires Allowed?:

Fires are not permitted at any time.

Access to Campsite:

By campervan, car, or caravan.

Fees:

Adult (18+ years): $15 per night
Child (5–17 years): $7.50 per night
Infant (0–4 years): free
Passes
The DOC Campsite Pass can be used at this campsite.

Campsite Pass bookings must be booked online before occupying a site. If you do not pre-book, bookings may be made by campground staff (if present) and will incur a $10 service charge.

To Book:

Overseeing Body:

Information supplied courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No Dogs

Last Update:

12/05/2023
Google Reviews Link:
Address:
Port Fitzroy, Great Barrier Island. Department of Conservation., Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Akapoua Bay; Camp in a sheltered bay amongst beautiful pohutukawa trees. DOC office is next door and a wharf, shop, fuel depot and post office are nearby. This is a popular place for families and boaties. Shingle beach. Gateway to track network. A day walk to the impressive kauri dam and good fishing in the harbour.

Phone(s):

+64 7 867 9080 or +64 9 379 6476
Email/Contact Us: kauaerangavc@doc.govt.nz

No. of tent sites:

81

Closed For Winter?:

Yes

Fires Allowed?:

Fires are not permitted at any time.

To Book:

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

Dogs on a leash only

Last Update:

25/02/2022
Address:
886 Anaura Rd Tokomaru Bay, Bay of Plenty, East Cape, North Island 4079

DESCRIPTION:

When you hit Anaura Bay turn north and head up the tar sealed road to this
relaxed, family, beachfront camping area in a fenced paddock beside a stream.
Great swimming and coastal bush walks are to be had from here. This basic
campground is open between Labour weekend (October) through to Easter.
This is back-to-basics camping. No toilets are provided. You also need to
bring your own portable cookers or barbecues and don't forget a chemical
toilet. (a dump station is provided in the peak season). Other facilities include rubbish collection and tap water (not suitable for drinking).

Fees (effective March 2023)

  • Adult (18+ years): $10 per night
  • Child (5–17 years): $5 per
  • Infant (0 - 4 years): free

Pay at the time of booking.

Passes

The DOC Campsite Pass can be used at this campsite.

Seasonal restrictions

Opens labour weekend and closes after easter weekend.

Can reach full capacity over Christmas and New Years.

Fires are not permitted at any time.

 

Phone(s):

+64 7 867 9080
Email/Contact Us: kauaerangavc@doc.govt.nz

No. of tent sites:

12

Fires Allowed?:

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

Access to Campsite:

By Campervan, Car or Caravan,

Fees:

Fees
Adult (18+ years): $8 per night
Child (5 - 17 years): $4 per night
Infant (0 - 4 years): free
Pay cash on arrival at the self-registration stand at the campsite

The DOC Campsite Pass can be used at this campsite.

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

Dogs on a leash only

Last Update:

30/5/2023
Google Reviews Link:
Address:
Canterbury, South Island

DESCRIPTION:

Camp amongst the kānuka forest just off SH7 between Hanmer Springs and Lewis Pass. Boyle Campsite is on the Te Araroa Trail and at the end of the five-day tramp on the St James Walkway.

Bookings not required - first come, first served.

Phone(s):

+64 3 318 9211
Email/Contact Us: arthurspassvc@doc.govt.nz

No. of tent sites:

30

Fires Allowed?:

Fires are not permitted at any time.

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-6-24 > Predator control for Wānaka area

Overseeing Body:

Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No dogs, sorry.

Last Update:

24/3/2023
Google Reviews Link:
Address:
State Highway 6, Department of Conservation, 15 minutes north of of Makarora township, beside SH6. Gravel road., Southern Lakes, South Island

DESCRIPTION:

Cameron Flat  Camp is near the Makarora River. Plenty of great activities are available nearby such as hunting, tramping or fishing. Beautiful environment.

Number of tent sites - 30 unpowered

Bookings required.

Phone(s):

027 269 6871
Email/Contact Us: wanakavc@doc.govt.nz

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-6-24 > Predator control for Wānaka area

Bookings not required - first come, first served

6 bunk beds

Overseeing Body:

Thanks to the Department of Conservation for information on this hut

Last Update:

25/05/2023
Address:
Kuripapango campsite, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

From the Cameron carpark you can walk to Kuripapaango Trig or Cameron Hut. Tramps to Kiwi Saddle, Kaweka Range, Kiwi Mouth Hut and Back Ridge are also available.

The route from the Cameron Carpark to the Cameron Hut follows the Ngaruroro River. It begins just upriver from the water gauge. As at least 30 fordings are necessary it can only be negotiated when the Ngaruroro River is not in flood.

Phone(s):

+64 6 834 3111
Email/Contact Us: napier@doc.govt.nz

No. of tent sites:

20

Fires Allowed?:

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

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-6-24 > Kenepuru Road closed to visitors

Access to Campsite:

By boat or hiking.

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

Dogs with a DOC permit only.

Last Update:

3/7/2023
Google Reviews Link:
Address:
Marlborough, South Island

DESCRIPTION:

This is in a sheltered bay with fishing, boating, walking, mountain biking, plus a lodge with a bar, small shop and restaurant nearby.

Mountain bikes are only permitted on the Queen Charlotte Track between Ship Cove and Camp Bay between 1 March and 30 November.

In December, January and February you can only mountain bike from Camp Bay to Punga Cove or to Kenepuru Saddle via the direct track to the road.

Fees:

Payment with a DOC Campsite Pass is preferred. Otherwise, pay your fees with cash at the self-registration stand at the campsite or to the camp warden if present. Put the correct fee in the envelope provided and place the receipt section of the envelope on your vehicle or tent.

  • Adult (18+ years): $10 per night
  • Child (5–17 years): $5 per night
  • Infant (0–4 years): free

Phone(s):

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

No. of tent sites:

20

Fires Allowed?:

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

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-6-24 > Kenepuru Road closed to visitors

Access to Campsite:

By boat, campervan, car or caravan,

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No dogs

Last Update:

1/6/2023
Google Reviews Link:
Address:
Marlborough, South Island

DESCRIPTION:

Explore Kenepuru Sound by boat, walk or mountain bike the nearby Queen Charlotte Track or relax by the water surrounded by native bush.

Bookings not required - first come, first served.

Phone(s):

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

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-6-24 > Rat bait at Dickey Flat Campground > Crown Tramway Track partial closure

35 non-powered/tent sites

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Last Update:

24/03/2023
Google Reviews Link:
Address:
111 Dickey Flat Rd, Waikino, 3682, Bay of Plenty, East Cape, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Approximately 10 km southwest of Waihi, at the end of Dickey’s Flat Road (off Kennedy Road), lies this basic campsite. Access is unsealed and the large campsite is beside the Waitawheta River known for its trout and some great swimming holes downstream. Walking tracks lead to some of the best fishing spots on the river. Facilities include toilet and water supply from the stream.  There is a year-round liquor ban at the campsite.

Bookings

Bookings not required - first come, first served

Phone(s):

+64 7 578 7677
Email/Contact Us: taurangainfo@doc.govt.nz
To Book:

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No dogs, sorry.

Last Update:

16/12/2020
Google Reviews Link:
Address:
Port Jackson Camping Ground, Coromandel, Port Jackson Rd, Port Jackson, Waikato, 3584, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Camp in peaceful surroundings beneath pōhutukawa trees. A track with outstanding views leads to the bushline.

The campsite has:

  • toilets
  • cold showers
  • 16 non-powered/tent sites

This campground is Pack In Pack Out. There are no rubbish or recycling facilities for compost or food waste. A container with a sealed lid is recommended for your food scraps.

Fees (effective March 2023)
  • Adult (18+ years): $15 per night
  • Child (5 - 17 years): $7.50 per night
  • Infant (0 - 4 years): free

Phone(s):

+64 7 867 9080
Email/Contact Us: kauaerangavc@doc.govt.nz
To Book:

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

Sorry, no dogs

Last Update:

16/12/2020
Google Reviews Link:
Address:
Port Jackson Road, Port Jackson, New Zealand, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Fletcher Bay

Number of tent/non-powered - 60. Maximum number of people - 300.  Sites are selected by campers on a first-come, first-served basis.

This is a beach front campsite in a farm setting. Walk along the Coromandel Walkway to Stony Bay; an ideal location for water sports including swimming, boating, diving and fishing.

Fees (current as at March 2023)
  • Adult (18+ years): $15 per night
  • Child (5 - 17 years): $7.50 per night
  • Infant (0 - 4 years): free

The DOC Campsite Pass can be used at this campsite.

Bookings

2023/24 bookings

Bookings for 1 July 2023 – 30 June 2024 will open in 2023. The opening date will be announced on this page in late March 2023.

Phone(s):

+64 7 867 9080 (Kauaeranga Visitor Centre)
Email/Contact Us: kauaerangavc@doc.govt.nz

No. of tent sites:

40
To Book:

Overseeing Body:

Information on this camp courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

Dogs on a leash only thanks.

Last Update:

10/04/2023
Google Reviews Link:
Address:
Dillmanstown, New Zealand, West Coast, South Island

DESCRIPTION:

Goldsborough Camping Ground - This sheltered and secluded campsite is the site of an old gold mining town. Explore the gold mining area and try your luck fossicking in the creek.

Phone(s):

+64 3 731 1895
Email/Contact Us: paparoavc@doc.govt.nz

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-4-12 > Holdsworth Lodge planned power outage

Overseeing Body:

The Department of Conservation

Last Update:

12/05/2021
Address:
Mount Holdsworth Road, Mount Holdsworth, Wellington/Wairarapa, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Holdsworth Lodge is situated on a large grassy area surrounded by native forest. There are a number of short walks and good fishing in the Atiwhakatu River year round and swimming in the summer.

Phone(s):

04 384 7770
Website:

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
Website:

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-6-3 > Kenepuru Road closed to visitors

To Book:

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Last Update:

28/05/2021
Google Reviews Link:
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

No. of tent sites:

15
To Book:

Dog Policy:

Dogs on a leash only.

Last Update:

12/04/2023
Address:
Lake Wakatipu, Kinloch, Otago, New Zealand, Southern Lakes, South Island

DESCRIPTION:

Kinloch Campsite - 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.

Phone(s):

+64 3 442 7935
Email/Contact Us: queenstownvc@doc.govt.nz

Dog Policy:

Dogs on a leash only

Last Update:

18/3/2023
Address:
Masterton, Kiriwhakapapa Road, Wellington/Wairarapa, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

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 hours one way. Walk the 1 hour loop track or the tramline track to the base of the hill (2-3 km one way).

Number of tent sites - 15

  • Bookings

Bookings not required - first come, first served

Fees (effective March 2023)

  • Adult (18+ years): $10 per night
  • Child (5–17 years): $5 per night
  • Infant (0–4 years): free

Phone(s):

04 384 7770
Email/Contact Us: wellingtonvc@doc.govt.nz

No. of tent sites:

9
Fees Link:

Overseeing Body:

All information courtesy of the Department of Conservation.

Dog Policy:

No dogs allowed

Last Update:

1/7/2021
Address:
Kowhai Point Camping Area, State Highway 63, Wairau Valley, 7271, Tasman, Nelson, South Island

DESCRIPTION:

Phone(s):

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

No. of tent sites:

50

Fires Allowed?:

Fires permitted in designated fire places and only if there is no fire ban. Check rules and fire bans before you light.

Access to Campsite:

Boat, caravan, car or camper van.

Fees:

Fees
Adult (18+ years): $10 per night
Child (5–17 years): $5 per
Infant (0 - 4 years): free
Pay at the time of booking.

Passes
The DOC Campsite Pass can be used at this campsite.

To Book:

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

Dogs with a DOC permit only. Contact the relevant DOC office to obtain a permit.

Last Update:

3/2/2021
Google Reviews Link:
Address:
Central Plateau, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This campsite, on the western shores of the Waikato River, is perfect for swimming, picnicking, fishing and other water sports.

Number of non-powered tent sites - 50.

A 20 minute drive from Otorohanga or Te Awamutu.

The camp has 2 boat ramps but no showering facilities.

Phone(s):

+64 7 878 1050
Email/Contact Us: tekuiti@doc.govt.nz

No. of tent sites:

15

Fires Allowed?:

Fires permitted in designated fire places and only if there is no fire ban. Check rules and fire bans before you light.

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-6-24 > Bowen Falls Walk closed > Predator control for Eglinton Valley > Dore Pass Route early winter conditions > Predator control for Clinton, Arthur and Cleddau valleys > Gertrude Saddle Route early winter conditions > The Chasm Walk open with changes

Access to Campsite:

Campervan, Car or Caravan

Fees:

Payment with a DOC Campsite Pass is preferred. Otherwise, pay your fees with cash at the self-registration stand at the campsite or to the camp warden if present. Put the correct fee in the envelope provided and place the receipt section of the envelope on your vehicle or tent.

Adult (18+ years): $15 per night
Child (5–17 years): $7.50 per night
Infant (0–4 years): free
Passes
The DOC Campsite Pass can be used at this campsite.

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No dogs

Last Update:

14/7/2023
Google Reviews Link:
Address:
Southern Lakes, South Island

DESCRIPTION:

This is a quiet campsite with views of the Eglinton Valley. Fly fish in the river or explore nearby short walks.

Bookings not required - first come, first served.

Phone(s):

+64 3 249 7924
Website:
Email/Contact Us: fiordlandvc@doc.govt.nz

Fires Allowed?:

Fires are not permitted at any time.

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No dogs, sorry.

Last Update:

9/4/2023
Google Reviews Link:
Address:
Arawa Road, Matata, Bay of Plenty, East Cape, North Island 3194

DESCRIPTION:

At the southern end of the town shops, look for the ‘Beach Access’ sign and
drive down a short, bumpy, gravel access road to this lovely beach reserve. In
a lovely setting between the sea and the lagoon, on slightly undulating land, is
this popular campground offering a very relaxed style of camping. There are 80

non powered sites, the wringer-plus-tub outdoor laundries are an adventure in
themselves. The single, metered, hot shower provides a central social spot (in
the queue!) on camp mornings, with the boiler being fed by paper from the
camp’s recycling programme. There are also flush toilets and basins for each
sex with 2 new toilets have been built.

Bookings are required.

Additional fees

There is a $3 charge per booking to cover waste disposal.

Phone(s):

+64 27 276 2072 or +64 7 307 2770

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-6-3 > Te Urewera alerts

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No Dogs

Last Update:

24/02/2022
Address:
Waikaremoana Road, Te Urewera, Hawke's Bay, Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Number of tent sites - 40 Between native bush and the lake, this large grassy site is perfect for a range of activities. 1.5 km from Mokau Falls

Phone(s):

+64 6 837 3803 (Te Urewera Visitor Centre)
Website:
Email/Contact Us: teureweravc@ngaituhoe.iwi.nz

No. of tent sites:

20 non-powered tent sites

35 non-powered/tent sites (bookings required)

To Book:

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Last Update:

24/04/2022
Address:
Motuora Island, Kawau Island, Auckland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

An island sanctuary for native flora and fauna, the camp is near a Māori historic site and early European settlement.

  • Total campground capacity: 36 people – 20 sites

Fees

  • Adult (18+ years): $8 per night
  • Child (5 - 17 years): $4 per night
  • Infant (0 - 4 years): free

Fees from 1 July 2022

  • Adult (18+ years): $10 per night
  • Child (5–17 years): $5 per
  • Infant (0 - 4 years): free

Passes

The DOC Campsite Pass can be used at this campsite.

Campsite Pass bookings must be booked online before occupying a site. If you do not pre-book, bookings may be made by campground staff (if present) and will incur a $10 service charge.

Note there are biosecurity requirements for DOC campsite.

Phone(s):

+64 9 379 6476
Website:
Email/Contact Us: aucklandvc@doc.govt.nz

No. of tent sites:

130

Fires Allowed?:

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

Access to Campsite:

By campervan, car, caravan.
To Book:

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No dogs.

Last Update:

31/7/2023
Address:
Northland, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Camp in a beach-front setting with large pōhutukawa trees for shade. Relax on the beach or walk along the coast.

Bookings required.

Located in Whananaki area in the Northland region.

Phone(s):

+64 9 433 8402
Email/Contact Us: otamure@xtra.co.nz
Address:
Waikaia Forest, Waikaia, Southland, South Island

DESCRIPTION:

This is a riverside campsite in a farmland area. There are walks and tramps from here or go horse riding, biking, hunting or on 4WD excursions.

50 non-powered/tent sites.

Dogs on a leash only.

Fees
  • Adult (18+ years): $8 per night
  • Child (5 - 17 years): $4 per night
  • Infant (0 - 4 years): free

Pay cash on arrival at the self-registration stand at the campsite.

Phone(s):

03 2048441
Website:

No. of tent sites:

3

Fires Allowed?:

Fires are not permitted at any time.

Alerts:

None

Access to Campsite:

By campervan, car or caravan.

Hot showers. Flushing toilets.

To Book:

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

Dogs on a leash only.

Last Update:

7/6/2024
Google Reviews Link:
Address:
Whanganui, Manawatu, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This is a standard campsite above the Pohangina River near the Ruahine Forest Park.

Bookings required.

Phone(s):

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

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
Website:

No. of tent sites:

51

Fires Allowed?:

No fires are permitted at any time.

To Book:

Overseeing Body:

Information of this camp courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No Dogs, sorry.

Last Update:

12/04/2023
Google Reviews Link:
Address:
Ash Pit Road Campsite Ash Pit Road, Rerewhakaaitu, Bay of Plenty, East Cape, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Camp on the shores of Lake Rerewhakaaitu; a great venue for viewing water birds.

Phone(s):

07 349 7400 or +64 7 867 9080
Email/Contact Us: rotorua@doc.govt.nz

No. of tent sites:

25

Fires Allowed?:

No fires are permitted at any time

To Book:

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No dogs, sorry.

Last Update:

13/04/2023
Google Reviews Link:
Address:
Rerewhakaaitu Bretts Road Camping Area Rerewhakaaitu Road, Rerewhakaaitu, Bay of Plenty, East Cape, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Camp on the shores of Lake Rerewhakaaitu - fishing is good, swimming and walking nearby.

Phone(s):

07 349 7400 or +64 7 867 9080
Email/Contact Us: rotorua@doc.govt.nz

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
Google Reviews Link:
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

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-6-3 > Kenepuru Road closed to visitors

Address:
Waimaru Bay Camping Area, Manaroa, Marlborough, New Zealand, Marlborough, South Island

DESCRIPTION:

Waimaru Campsite is an isolated campsite close to the water's edge. Excellent base for water activities or fishing. There are 30 non-powered sites. Bookings not required.

Phone(s):

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

67 non-powered/tent sites. Bookings not required - first come, first served

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No dogs, sorry.

Last Update:

17/04/2023
Google Reviews Link:
Address:
Port Underwood,Waikawa, Picton Department of Conservation, Marlborough, South Island

DESCRIPTION:

This camp has lovely scenery and is close to a surf beach. Go walking, fishing, swimming or boating from here.

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.

Bookings not required - first come, first served.

67 nonpowered tent sites.

Phone(s):

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