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Address:
1446 Colville Road, Amodeo Bay, RD4 Coromandel, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This neat clean well maintained holiday resort, just 17 minutes drive north of
Coromandel Town, offers an inviting welcome to the tired traveller. Set up
camp on one of a series of elevated grassy terraces with bush backdrops and
relax whilst enjoying the uninterrupted sea views. A delightful, rocky stream
borders the camp and the beach is just across the road. The amenities are
compact but immaculately clean and well presented.. The kitchen has 2 stoves
and fridge/freezer, or cook up an outdoor feast in the large hexagonal enclosed
BBQ pavilion, complete with 2 central BBQs and lots of tables and seating.
Whilst you’re enjoying dinner, you can watch the kids splashing about in the
adjacent swimming pool and spa area. Free showers are provided, there is an
automatic laundry available. As the name suggests, fisherfolk are well catered
for with ‘on-site’ fishing charters, a water taxi service, dinghy hire and bait tackle
for sale. The office shop sells the basics and there is a poolroom/TV lounge.
Your hosts are Ann-Charlott, Thomas, Johan, Emilie and Malin. Of the 22 sites
available 14 have power.

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Phone(s):

07 8668584
Email/Contact Us: info@anglers.co.nz

No. of tent sites:

8

Fires Allowed?:

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

Access to Campsite:

Walking
To Book:

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No dogs

Last Update:

29/5/2023
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Address:
Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This campsite is on the popular Billygoat Circuit.

Bookings required.

Phone(s):

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

No. of tent sites:

65

Closed For Winter?:

Closed during winter. Open Labour Weekend to Easter.

Fires Allowed?:

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

Access to Campsite:

By Campervan, Car or Caravan,

Fees:

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.

To Book:

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

Dogs on a leash only

Last Update:

29/5/2023
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Address:
Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

A popular and spacious campsite in the Kauaeranga Valley, 6 km north of the visitor centre.

Phone(s):

+64 7 867 9080
Website:
Email/Contact Us: kauaerangavc@doc.govt.nz
Address:
Puketui Valley Road, Hikuai, New Zealand, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Broken Hills Number of tent sites - 45 Maximum number of people - 200 Broken Hills campground. Broken Hills campground Camp beside the Tairua River and explore the old gold mining area around the steep cliffs. The Broken Hills Campsite near the end of Puketui Valley Rd is located beside the Tairua River amongst native bush. The camp operates on a first come, first served basis. It has toilets and a rubbish collection area, but no piped water. Water taken directly from the river or streams should be boiled or treated before drinking to reduce the risk of infection. A camp manager regularly visits the site during summer to check on camping, clean facilities and collect fees. An honesty box system operates at other times. Please be considerate to other campers and keep noise levels down. Camping outside designated areas is not permitted.

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Phone(s):

07 8679080
Website:

No. of tent sites:

30

Closed For Winter?:

Closed during winter. Open Labour Weekend to Easter.

Fires Allowed?:

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

Access to Campsite:

By campervan, car, caravan

Fees:

Fees
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.

To Book:

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No dogs

Last Update:

31/5/2023
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Address:
Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Camp on the river banks, 6 km north of Kauaeranga visitor centre.

Bookings required.

Phone(s):

+64 7 867 9080
Email/Contact Us: kauaerangavc@doc.govt.nz
Address:
Wharf Road, Colville Bay, Coromandel., Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Colville Bay Motel and Motor Camp is a half an hour_s drive north of Coromandel, this neat and tidy motel and camp spot overlooks a tranquil tidal bay. Despite the remote location, this is very civilised accommodation with a warm, friendly welcome. Enjoy uncrowded camping on well groomed sites behind the motel. There are sites with power and plenty of room for tents. Sites are neatly defined and have both gravel and grass parking. A modern building provides 4 unisex shower and toilet cubicles, including a disabled access suite. Although there is no kitchen, a porch shelter offers washing-up facilities and fridge/freezer, or you can cook in the appealing BBQ arbor with ample covered dining space. A laundry, dump station and private spa room (additional charge) are provided. Enquire about the fishing or bus trips and clean your catch at the fish cleaning station. A fish smoker is available. Your hosts, Wendy or Mark, will look after you. Tent sites are $10 per person or $12 per person for powered sites.

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Phone(s):

07 8666814
Address:
874 Purangi Rd, Cooks Beach, Whitianga Coromandel Peninsula, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

On the corner of Purangi Road and Rees Avenue on the way to Cooks Beach you will find this wonderful resort camp with 150 generous sized powered sites. A solar heated swimming pool, toddlers paddling pool, hot tub and children's adventure play ground make this a wonderful place for all the family. Spacious high quality kitchen , communal BBQ_s area, lounge with Sky TV and laundry facilities. Boat washing and fish filleting station complete with bait freezer for those on a fishing trip with friends. 3km to the passenger ferry into Whitianga and only 15 mins to Hahei and Hot Water beach. Cabins cottages and chalets available as well as free wifi.

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Phone(s):

07 8665469
Website:
Email/Contact Us: info@cooksbeachresort.co.nz
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Address:
636 Rings Road, Coromandel-PO Box 86, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

A short walk from Coromandel town centre, the Coromandel TOP 10 Holiday Park is ideally located to discover the Coromandel. There are level sites (both grass and hardstand), including 30 with power and a tenting area with a pleasant rural outlook. Willows and hedges give shelter and a pleasant heated swimming pool enclosure has a BBQ. Three smart kitchens with modern appliances are provided and the sparkling ablution blocks have metered showers. The automatic laundry has ironing equipment and a dump station. There is a jumping pillow for the littler kids. Bikes may be hired and there is a large fish cleaning and boat wash area on-site.

Your hosts are Caron and Sean. Power and tent sites are from $25 to $30 per person. Seasonal rates apply and pets by arrangement.

Phone(s):

07 866 8830
Website:
Email/Contact Us: info@coromandeltop10.co.nz
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Dog Policy:

Our pet policy allows animals on our premises but not in any of our buildings. We ask that dogs/cats are on leads on our premises and kept under control as we are in the middle of a Council Reserve. We must protect our local native birds and nature.

Last Update:

16/1/2024
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Address:
115 Victoria Street, Thames, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Welcome to
Dickson Holiday Park

THAMES, COROMANDEL

Welcome to Dickson Holiday Park.
Thames, Coromandel.

Surrounded by lush bush and birdsong
Between a stream and mountains
Close to the seashore.

Feel sheltered and inspired.
Reconnect with others and yourself.

A friendly place to stay
For families, couples, friends and individuals.

We offer Powered, unpowered sites, Permanent

Caravans, Cabins, Flats.  Bring your caravan or motorhome

there is plenty of space.

Phone(s):

07 868 7308 or intl +64 7 868 7308
Website:
Email/Contact Us: enq@dicksonpark.co.nz
To Book:

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No dogs, sorry.

Last Update:

16/12/2020
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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
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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
Address:
Harsant Avenue, Hahei Beach, Private Bag, Whitianga, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This resort has a spectacular beachfront location, with island-studded ocean views and the famous pink and white sands of Hahei beach. An easy walk to Cathedral Cove and marine park. The resort_s mature and well-wooded grounds have 300 sites, around half with power. The hill-top, beachfront campervan sites have incomparable views and come with their own picnic tables and clotheslines. In the camper_s kitchen are fridges, microwave and hob cooking. There is a resort store on site and a village shopping centre close by. Three well-cleaned blocks of ablutions have roomy, timed showers, and baths (including a baby_s bath). There is a central covered laundry area, and it has a free air pump for airbed inflation! The breezeway area has clotheslines and opens to a drying room. In another building is a comfy TV room. After a successful day_s fishing, use the fish-cleaning facilities, BBQs and outdoor shellfish boilers. Paid wireless internet is available. Pure drinking water is supplied from a natural on-site source and dump stations are provided. For pricing, please contact the camp.

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Phone(s):

07 8663889
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Address:
135 Albert Street, Whitianga, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

The family park is a short walk to the centre of Whitianga. It offers large
level sites some some hedged for privacy and beautiful trees, giving plenty of
shade. There is ample room for cars and boats. Recreational facilities include
an outdoor swimming pool, children's playground, TV room, BBQ’s and some
picnic tables on wheels to take to your site. The indoor area has tables and
chairs and some USB ports and internet kiosks. The camp has a wireless hot
spot. There is a fsh cleaning area, car and boat wash and a dump point on site.
The well kept ablutions include a baby’s bath in the Ladies facilities. Showers
are no charge. The kitchen, with stainless steel benches, has fridge freezers,
hotplates, toasters, microwaves and a water flter. There is a central table for
food preparation. The laundry has all new equipment with coin operated
Maytag washing machines and dryers. There is an ironing board and iron set
up for campers. Sites are from $19.50 per person. Seasonal rates apply

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Phone(s):

07 869 5152
Website:

To access the hot pools on the beach, follow the road to the end where you will walk back across the beach towards the rocks.

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Dog Policy:

Refer to this page https://www.hotwaterbeachtop10.co.nz/about/pet-policy

Last Update:

17/04/2024
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Address:
790 Hot Water Beach Rd, Hot Water Beach, Coromandel, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Nestled into native bush, with brand new modern facilities providing free showers, with wheelchair access, a large spacious kitchen with gas hobs, ovens, fridges, microwaves, toasters and hot water on tap. There is a coin operated laundry with dryers and washing machines. A TV room with Freeview, and internet kiosk with wireless is available for a small fee. The ablution and kitchen areas are adjoined to a spacious inner courtyard. Here a large screen TV offers Sky, Sport, a Cartoon Network, UKTV and a variety of other channels for your enjoyment. The park is being added to almost continuously, 6 showers have been added this summer. You can fish, kayak, swim, surf, dive, set off on a day trip to Cathedral Cove and back, maybe dig your own hot pool, or enjoy the local cafes. Your hosts are Sheree and Grant. For current rates refer to the booking page.

The hot pools are only accessible two hours each side of low tide. Don’t forget to take a spade.

Phone(s):

+64 7 866 3116
Website:
Email/Contact Us: info@hotwaterbeachtop10.co.nz

No. of tent sites:

18

Fires Allowed?:

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

Access to Campsite:

By self contained campervan.
To Book:

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Dog Policy:

No dogs sorry.

Last Update:

22/6/2023
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Address:
Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

For self contained vehicles only. Camp across the road from the river and explore the Kauaeranga Valley on one of the many short walks.

Phone(s):

+64 7 384 7106
Email/Contact Us: kauaerangavc@doc.govt.nz

Alerts:

Alerts Modified Date: 2024-6-24 > Catleys Track closed > Tararu Track closed > Whangaiterenga Track closed

Address:
Department of Conservation - Kauaeranga Visitor Centre, Thames, Coromandel Forest Park, Waikato, New Zealand, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

The Kauaeranga Valley has many campgrounds nestled beside the Kauaeranga River, which flows down from the Coromandel Ranges through the valley.

Phone(s):

07 8679080
Website:
Address:
33 Bluff Road, West Kuaotunu, Whitianga., Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

A little under half-way between Whitianga and Coromandel, this pleasant park
is now run by the resident shareholders. Casual campers are welcome. A
stunning white sandy beach is across the road, with a camp-side stream and
a handy boat ramp. Check-in at the large, well-stocked shop that is open all
year round, although its hours can vary. Try the fast-food service with onsite
delivery available on Friday and Saturday nights. The camping area is dotted
with shady trees and is nicely groomed. The amenities block is squeaky clean
with roomy, metered showers, and toilets that provide for disabled access. The
laundry is well equipped and there is a bait shed. The kitchen has stainless
steel benches, hobs, microwave cooking and fridge/freezers. It opens to an
attractive gazebo that houses BBQs and offers a shaded dining space. For
boaties, the paved car and boat washing area alongside a fish cleaning bench
will be well used. There is a dump station, internet kiosks, an outdoor shower
enclosure and flourishing gardens. Pets allowed except high season and public
holiday weekends. Your hosts Darren and Corina Thompson. All sites are
from $16 per person, $18 for a powered site, children $8. Seasonal rates
apply

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Phone(s):

07 8665628
Website:
Address:
3200 Long Bay Road, RD1, Coromandel, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This very popular camp commands a prime position on the beach front.
Follow the signs to Long Bay from the main T-intersection in the middle of
Coromandel township. Discover why this spot is such a great place for fishing!
The camp has two distinct waterfront areas, Long Bay and Tucks Bay. Tucks
Bay has long-drop toilets and no power, but is quietly appealing. The Long
Bay site has bright, clean amenities. The roomy metered showers are tiled
and there appears to be ample modern toilet facilities. The compact kitchen
has two stoves, microwave and TV. A gas BBQ in a roofed shelter offers
a pleasant dining alternative. An automatic laundry and dump station are
provided. Ideally suited for the boatie, fish-cleaning and smoking facilities are
on hand. At the camp entrance, the on-site shop has basic supplies including
expresso coffee, ice creams, bait and ice and a public phone. The camp has
100 sites, 50 with power and most with spectacular views across the bay. Your
hosts, Leanne and Des, can rent you a kayak or paddleboard. Wifi is available
and all sites are from $15 to $ 25 per adult. Seasonal rates apply

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Phone(s):

07 8668720
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Address:
121 Albert Street, Whitianga, New Zealand, Coromandel, North Island 3510

DESCRIPTION:

Mercury Bay Holiday Park is Whitianga's closest park to town, just 400m to restaurants, shops and an easy walk to wharf, harbour and beautiful Buffalo Beach, the heart of Mercury Bay. A safe family camp with a friendly atmosphere, set in peaceful park-like surroundings. Only 30 minutes drive to iconic Hot Water Beach and Cathedral Cove and 45 minutes to historic Coromandel Town.

They have Qualmark 4 star facilities will delight all the family! From the seasonal outdoor swimming pool, children's play area and free BBQs to our clean modern communal kitchens/laundries and bathrooms.

For the busy traveller we have broadband and wireless internet available and for the active family there is variety of things to see and do within just a short walk or drive from the Park.

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Phone(s):

07 866 5579
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Address:
365 Mill Creek Road, RD 1, Whitianga., Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Just 8 km south of Whitianga, turn off the State Highway and drive 3.5 km of easy gravel road to this rustic country holiday and animal park. Watch for the signs and enter at the caf_ and office. Camp in a peaceful rural setting, with bird calls and bush surrounds. Hook up to one of the 15 powered sites on a large, all-weather hard stand area, bordered by a small stream and beautiful landscaping. Across a little bridge, through the trees, you_ll find three large unisex bathroom suites (toilets and free showers) one with disabled access. An outdoor sheltered BBQ area is in the grounds or make use of the kitchen There is a washing machine and tub in the porch of the spacious ablution block and a dump station provided. Campers enjoy free access to the many friendly birds and animals in the park facility - a real hit with the kids. Pony rides are available and they have a caf_. There are train rides, walk in aviary, kids playground with fort and a new 6 hole mini mini putt. Your friendly hosts are Gaye and Fred. Sites are from $18 per person per night.

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Phone(s):

07 8660166
Website:
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Address:
Front Miranda Road,Waitakaruru. Thames, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Miranda is known internationally for its Shore Bird Sanctuary. Escape to this thermal holiday park in a quiet rural setting, and soak up the luxury facilities.
Beautifully landscaped with palm trees and creative touches, the large free-form thermal pool is the focal point of the park and pure indulgence for bathers.
Work up a sweat on the astrograss tennis court and petanque area alongside.
The spacious and glossy kitchen has plenty of dining space, cooking hobs and a microwave, plus fridges and a freezer. The office/shop has a well-stocked supply of the basics. Both ablution blocks have smart, roomy shower cubicles, push-button operated, liquid soap and hand-driers. A completely separate disabled access/family suite is available. The laundry has ample automatic equipment and a dump station is provided. The TV lounges (with Sky TV) has all the comforts of home with carpet and soft seating, and can be extended to provide quiet play space for children or they can let off steam in the outdoor play area. Outside are BBQ’s, and a smart playground. There is a new 18 hole mini golf course, volleyball court and frisbee golf. Campers with dogs have a separate area and arrangements must be made prior to arrival. Paul and Trish are your hosts. Powered sites are from $24.50 per person and $12 for children under 14 years.

Powered Sites
$28.50 per adult.  for motorhomes, caravans.

Unpowered Sites
$28.50 per adult for tents.

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Phone(s):

07 8673205
Email/Contact Us: stay@mirandaholidaypark.co.nz
Address:
Colville Road, Oamaru Bay, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

The gateway to Paradise, 6km north of Coromandel, this camp is set against a backdrop of bush-clad hills with a beautiful swimming beach just across the road. Permanent _weekenders_ dominate the camp but a few powered sites are available for casual campers plus there are plenty of tent sites. Boat parking may be available. Catch your own dinner, with a five minutes_ walk to the fishing spot. There are two serviceable amenity blocks and a kitchen. Tent sites are from $15 per person and powered sites from $20 per person. Seasonal rates apply. Your hosts are Les and Ana.

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Phone(s):

07 8667588

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.

Access to Campsite:

By campervan, car, or caravan,

Fees:

Free to camp.

Dog Policy:

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

Last Update:

24/07/2023
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Address:
Whirinaki Forest Park, near Ngaputahi, Department of Conservation,, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

There are two sites to camp on Okahu Road, the road end and the larger mid-Okahu camp (formerly known as Grader Camp). The camps are on grass terraces adjacent to Okahu Stream. The areas kahikatea trees were extensively logged and now podocarp are regenerating. Good picnicking and walking in the forest.

Bookings not required - first come, first served.

Located in Whirinaki Te Pua-a-Tāne Conservation Park in the East Coast region.

Phone(s):

+64 7 307 2770
Email/Contact Us: easternbop@doc.govt.nz
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Address:
460 Ohui Road, Opoutere, 1 RD, Whangamata., Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Opoutere Coastal Camping is set alongside the Wharekawa Wildlife Sanctuary and broad sweep of Opoutere surf beach. This coastal hideaway is just 5 km from SHwy 25 and less than two hours drive from Auckland airport. The camp is open Labour Weekend to the end of April, and the offce/shop at the entrance offers basic supplies and controls the barrier arm card access way. Choose from a mixture of 25 powered and plenty of non-powered sites spread across bush-ringed grounds. There are two ablution blocks with unisex metered shower cubicles and a disabled access suite. The kitchens have all the usual equipment (no oven) and a covered verandah with BBQ for relaxed, outdoor meals. An automatic laundry and dump station are provided and the camp is suited to large vehicles. Enjoy the bushwalks and beachwalks, mountain biking and kayaking on hand. For conservation reasons no pets are allowed. Non powered sites are from $15 to $19 per person. Powered sites
are from $15 to $23 per person. Seasonal rates apply.

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Phone(s):

(07) 865 9152
Website:
Email/Contact Us: info@opouterebeach.co.nz
Address:
257 Port Jackson Road, Colville, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Otautu Bay Farm Camp is a 30 minute drive north from Coromandel town and 10 minutes north from Colville (on mainly sealed road). Colville has a general store and is the most northern stop for petrol/gas and general supplies. The camp which is bordered by a working farm is spread along most of the bay which provides boat launching, excellent fishing, kayaking and a beautiful safe, sandy swimming beach. It is a great place for walking, relaxing and enjoying spectacular sunsets. It is also an excellent base to further explore the northern end of the Coromandel Peninsula. Facilities include a laundry, metered hot water showers and a range of toilet blocks. There is no kitchen, freezer space accessed by arrangement. Bait, water and ice for sale. Camp sites $14 per adult $6 per child up to14yrs. $6 extra for a powered site per night. Pricing subject to change. Eftpos and credit cards (mastercard and visa) accepted. Bookings are essential during Christmas/January and major public holiday periods. Pets by arrangement with current vaccination certificate. Wendy and John are your hosts.

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Phone(s):

07 8666801
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Dog Policy:

Pet Friendly

Last Update:

16/10/2022
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Address:
10-14 Coronation Street, Paeroa, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This campsite is ideal for a quick stop over on the way through Paeroa - a safe haven for people on the move. Spacious parking for all sizes of self-contained motorhomes and RV's. There is on site security with a caretaker and the gates are locked at night. Coin operated showers and laundry, and a disabled toilet. A large social lounge with TV and heated hall and kitchens are available for functions. Water and a dump station provided free for overnighters. This campsite is pet friendly. Special rates for NZMCA members. The park offers motorhome and vehicle storage facilities.

Phone(s):

021 0714267
Website:
Email/Contact Us: paeroa.rvcentre@gmail.com

Papa Aroha Holiday Camp offers you a range of accommodation options from tent sites to cabins and motel units. We are positioned right on the beachfront with superb sea and island views making for great family holiday memories.

Address:
Colville Road, RD 4 Coromandel, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

An absolute beachfront camp, 15 minutes north of Coromandel. Designed
as a water-lover’s retreat, the camp is ideal for families with safe swimming. It
is bordered by an extensive pebbly beach and a pretty tidal creek. Two boat
ramps and plenty of boat parking are available. Your $3 ramp fee entitles you
to use the tractor, vehicle & trailer parking, fish cleaning facility and boat wash
(sorry, no discount for those who come home fishless!). There are kayaks
for hire, or hire a water taxi. The camp sites are level and have some lovely
pohutukawa trees for shade. The pleasant grounds are liberally dotted with
communal buildings that include a well-kept kitchen with plenty of appliances,
TV and fridge/freezer; a porch-style laundry, good bathrooms with metered
showers, separate toilets and disabled suite access. Stock up at the camp store
that is open daily. Petrol and diesel pumps and a public phone are at the front.
Your helpful hosts are Graeme and Annita Wykes. Tent sites are from min $30
per site or $32 per site with power.

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Phone(s):

07 8668818
Website:
Email/Contact Us: bookings@papaaroha.co.nz
Address:
Coromandel, Port Jackson Road, Port Jackson, New Zealand, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Number of tent/caravan/motorhome sites - 113 Maximum number of people - 450 At the northern tip of the Peninsula, this campsite is at the waters edge next to a beach. Maori archaeological sites are nearby including middens and a wahi tapu (sacred) site. Explore the area by foot or relax on the beach.'

Phone(s):

078666932
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Address:
Tapu-Coroglen Road, Coroglen., Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Turn west at the Coroglen Tavern, and head 3 km along a narrow unsealed road to this relaxed camp by the picturesque Waiwawa River. A bushland experience awaits you. All the amenities are comfortable with country-style housekeeping. A big kitchen features a wood-fired range as well as electric and microwave cooking. Adjacent is an inviting TV room. There are portacom toilet/shower suites and another full amenities block, including a small kitchen with gas rings. Automatic laundry equipment is provided. Filtered water is on tap. Choose from a wealth of level sites with a bush backdrop, some with power. A gazebo is available for dining and socialising. Your hosts are Gemma and Wayne, who operate a small shop in the camp office for the basics. Casual camping is from $15 per person. Seasonal rates apply.

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Phone(s):

07 8663130
Address:
SH25, 1043 Tairua-Whitianga Road Whenuakite, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

South of Hot Water Beach, turn off on SH25 at Whenuakite (watch for the big sign) this innovative camp has been built up around a former dairy shed and has some amusing rural touches. There are 24 powered sites and 55 tent sites. The modern facilities are excellent, with the front part of the camp sharing spacious facilities with _Cowree Lodge_, and the rear camping area has its own modern amenity block. This new block with expansive rural views has a large kitchen, recreation room and sparkling free showers and toilets. The main lodge has a sizable kitchen and lounge with all the trimmings that make it a home-away-from-home. Off the lounge is a large, open-air dining/BBQ patio that once was the rotary yard for the milking station. Dual shower rooms for both sexes, plus an overflow shower and a couple of toilets, are found at the other end of the building. Your friendly hosts, Don and Dawn, are happy for campers to help themselves to the fruit trees scattered about (in season). There is also a small office/shop which sells basic items. An internet kiosk is available, and free wifi You can enjoy a tour of the on-site brewery and stay for dinner. Tent sites are $17 to $20 per person, and powered sites $19 to $25 per person. Pet friendly except 24 Dec- 3th Jan

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Phone(s):

07 8663050
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Address:
Colville Road-PO Box 24, Coromandel, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

On Shelly Beach for swimming and a boat ramp less than 5mins away, this is a popular spot for boaties. Camp on level, roomy sites, dotted with trees in pleasant surroundings. 72 sites have power and there are abundant tent sites. Kids will enjoy the jumping pillow and climbing tower. The centrally-located, well-presented amenities block offers free showers and a disabled access/family suite (with baby_s bath). A large, bright kitchen opens to a breezeway and basic outdoor dining area and BBQ. There is a roomy automatic laundry with tubs, an ironing board, and a dump station is provided. Rest up in the camper_s lounge that has a fireplace, easy chairs and TV. The office/shop carries some basic items and fishing trips and tours can be arranged. Boat parking, internet and wireless are available. All sites are from $21 per adult, plus $6 extra for power. Seasonal rates apply. Dogs by prior arrangement only, and groups are very welcome.

Phone(s):

07 8668988
Website:
Email/Contact Us: shelly@world-net.co.nz

Overseeing Body:

Privately owned.

Last Update:

28/10/2022
Address:
Simpsons Beach Whitianga., Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Just 7 km north of Whitianga, at the northern end on the right hand side is
this lovely beachfront, paddock park-over for motorhomes. The camp spot
is part of a large working farm belonging to the Simpson family. The site has
no power or toilets but a good spring water supply, and can only take fully
self-contained vehicles. It is dog friendly (must be vaccinated and on leash at
all times) for responsible owners. Margaret and Peter Simpson who live next
door (at 1095) are your hosts and here you can pay your $10 per van per
night. Pack in and pack out - please take you rubbish with you.

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No. of tent sites:

60

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.

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Overseeing Body:

The information on this camp is supplied courtesy of Department of Conservation.

Dog Policy:

No Dogs

Last Update:

14/07/2023
Address:
Coromandel, Stony Bay Road, Port Charles, New Zealand, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Maximum number of people - 300 This is a spacious (5 ha) campsite beside the coast.  Good fishing and diving nearby.

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.

The closest refuse transfer station is 525 Hauraki Road, Coromandel Town. See Thames Coromandel District Council website (external site) for opening hours and other transfer stations.

Phone(s):

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

Dogs welcome by prior arrangement

Last Update:

28/01/2023
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Address:
4 Manaia Road Tairua, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This small family-friendly camp is across the road from a safe swimming harbour and 10 minutes walk to a surf beach. The 25 sites are in a pleasant setting with a hedged perimeter, and some sites are among sheltered trees and set back from the road. Facilities include, a kitchen with modern appliances and fridge, ovens etc.  This opens out to a pleasant outdoor dining table area complete with TV lounge, an automatic laundry, tidy tiled ablutions with metered showers and two disabled access toilets. A games room. For those with fishing in mind there is a boat washdown and fish station. Your hosts are Charlie and Heather.

Dogs welcome by prior arrangement. Free wifi.  Kayaks, bikes and surfboards are available to hire and free BBQ is available.

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Phone(s):

027 248 1211
Website:
Email/Contact Us: paradise4campers@gmail.com
Address:
723 Main Highway, Thames Coast., Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Just 20 minutes drive from Thames and 40 minutes to Coromandel, this camp
of many summers is opposite the local hotel which serves food. It has a
well-stocked camp store. The sites are level and able to accommodate large
vehicles; some sites have shade or beachfront access. Kids can muck about in
the stream or on the beach. There are two kitchens, compact and clean, with
appliances and fridge/freezers. A variety of ablutions (some metered) are
dotted across the camp, with two attractive disabled access suites and plenty
of toilets and family showers. Two automatic laundries and a dump station are
provided. All sites cost $15 per adult and $8 per child. Your host is Bruce.
Dogs by prior arrangement.

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Phone(s):

07 8684837
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Address:
1/285 Tapu-Coroglen Road, RD5, Tapu., Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

At Tapu, turn inland and head 2.5 km up the sealed Tapu-Coroglen Road (take care as the road is narrow in places). Here, close to the water gardens and sculpture park, you will find a delightful camp with personality in a lovely rural streamside setting. 20 sites with power are tucked into well-planted grounds., There is a smoke house and modern toilets and showers. Picnic and/or cook in the BBQ shelter or make use of the porch kitchen that has gas hobs, pizza oven and a sink. The river has been dammed for a swimming hole. Check in with the managers Rachel and Yannick at the on-site house. All sites are $16 per person per night. Dogs by prior arrangement only.

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Phone(s):

07 8684570
Website:
Email/Contact Us: tapucamp@xtra.co.nz
Address:
Te Puru, Thames Coast-Private Bag, Thames, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

11 km north of Thames, at the gateway to the western Coromandel coast, this
mature attractive camp, in a garden-setting, offers a range of casual campsites
amongst the well-tended weekenders. Easy access to the beach makes it a
popular spot for boaties, and the camp offers boat parking, a boat wash and
fish cleaning facilities. Powered sites have hard stands for vans, and tents can
be accommodated in a new grassy glade near the rear of the camp. The
central, smart amenities are tiled, with metered showers and there are 3 other
toilet blocks provided. The well-used kitchen has island sinks, with plenty of
appliances; or head outside to the picnic and BBQ shelter for alfresco dining.
At the entrance are a dairy for supplies and a takeaway shop for nights when
cooking is a chore. An automatic laundry and dump station is provided.
Your hosts are Murray and Maureen. Sites from $17 per person per day and
powered sites $19 per person per day . Hard stands available. Seasonal rates
apply

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Phone(s):

07 8682879
Address:
58 Vista Paku, Pauanui, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Pauanui can be a little challenging to navigate for the tourist, as there are
minimal information signs. Look for Vista Paku as you come into town
and then follow it nearly to the end. This camp is largely filled with wellkept,
permanent ‘weekenders’ and there are only 7 powered sites for casual
stopovers. The smart camp kitchen is roomy, with modern appliances and fridge/freezer. The bright ablutions have tidy, free showers with plenty of hot
water and a baby’s room with bath and change table. An automatic laundry
and dump station are provided. There is an internet kiosk here. Your hosts
are Treive and John Andrew. Powered sites are $20 per adult and $12 per
child. Seasonal rates apply

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Phone(s):

07 8648559
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Address:
6 Bongard Road, Whitianga., Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This older-style camp is lush with trees and has a scenic reserve on one
boundary. Just up from the beach and set back from the main road, it’s a
good spot to launch kayaks and paddle upstream or out to sea. The central,
well-used communal area has alfresco dining under a pergola with wood
and gas BBQs on hand. For the indoor cook, the older kitchen has stoves,
microwave, fridges, and opens to a cosy lounge with TV, internet kiosks, books
and a fireplace. The ablutions have ‘curtained-only’ showers ($2) and the small
laundry with automatic machines. Grant is the owner, and Charmaine will
book you in. Non-powered sites are from $20 per person, powered sites
from $23. Seasonal rates apply.

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Phone(s):

07 8665834
Email/Contact Us: whitiangacampground@gmail.com
Address:
270 Tiki Road, Coromandel, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Just a 2 minute walk into town, this attractive tidy complex on the southern
outskirts of Coromandel township has a small, grassy camping area at the rear
that overlooks the tidal flats. It has a kitchen, lounge, BBQ area, and a laundry.
The ablutions offer free showers. Fishing charters arranged. Your host is Tony.
Camping on the 6 powered sites will cost from $18 per adult, and from $15
for tenters. Seasonal rates apply.

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Phone(s):

07 8668888
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Address:
60 Whangapoua Road, Coromandel, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Whangapoua Rd is just before Coromandel town, coming from Kuaotunu. Look for the green 'Tui Lodge' entrance sign. Campers wanting a pleasant rural stopover can camp in and around the complex's leafy gardens and orchards with free fruit in season and make use of the plentiful facilities in the backpacker's lodge. There are spotless unisex bathrooms, 2 kitchens with gas hobs and lots of appliances, a free BBQ and a summerhouse that's great for chilling out in. There is a free laundry, and free bikes. The lounge and TV room are cosy and comfortable. Your host is Dianne.  Camping is available in the garden setting or in the orchard from $20 per person.

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Phone(s):

07 8668237
Website:
Email/Contact Us: coromandeltuilodge@gmail.com

120 tent sites; 12 powered sites.

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Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Last Update:

15/12/2020
Address:
Waikawau Bay Recreation Reserve, East Coast - Northern Coromandel Peninsula. Department of Conservation:, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

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 and variable oystercatcher so please do not drive on the beaches. Facilities available are water from a tap, longdrop toilets, and cold shower Rubbish disposal at Walkaway Bay.

Fees

Non-powered site:

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

Powered site:

  • Adult (18+ years): $18 per night
  • Child (5 - 17 years): $9 per night
  • Infant (0 - 4 years): free
Website:

No. of tent sites:

85

85 non-powered/tent sites (bookings required)

Overseeing Body:

Information courtesy of the Department of Conservation

Last Update:

10/02/2022
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Address:
Wentworth Valley Road, Whangamata, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

Just south of the golf club on the southern approach to Whangamata, take
Wentworth Valley Road (unsealed with a small ford) for the 5 km drive to this
relaxed, remote, self-registration campsite. From here there are interesting
walks to the Wentworth Waterfalls and the Wentworth Mines, or just take
a dip in the local water hole. The level sites to the rear of the camp are
appealing, with pockets of bush. Only cold water is provided but there is
a shower, also basins and toilets. A gas barbecue and the washing-up sinks
are roofed. Room for around 85 tents, bookings are required in the summer
period. Prior permission from the camp manager is required to bring dogs.

Your host: Nicola Flanagan.

PRICING (PER NIGHT)

ADULT - Unpowered $15.00
ADULT - Powered $18 to $21
Return email to book.
Bring your own compliant camping cord.
CHILD 5 - 17 years $7.50
Must be accompanied by a parent for child rate.
UNDER 5's FREE
HOT SHOWERS $2 coin for 5 minutes
 

Phone(s):

+64 7 867 9080
Address:
Barbara Avenue, PO Box 7, Whangamata, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This long-established beach camp is close to 'surf-capital' Whangamata's shopping centre and just 100m from the beach. Intimacy with your neighbour is almost guaranteed in summer with the close proximity of the sites and there are plenty of permanent _weekenders_ in place. Casual campers have good practical amenities spread across three blocks. The large open-plan kitchen has all the essentials; the ablutions have tidy metered showers and there are outdoor (cold) _swim_ showers. There is also a large, well-loved, TV and games room. An automatic laundry, boat wash and dump point are provided. In the peak summer period, you can enjoy organised family entertainment, and there is an on-site general store with a phone. Your hosts are Ann and Mick Brien. Pets are by arrangement only.

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Phone(s):

07 8659128
Address:
Coromandel, 1266 Whangapoua Road, Te Rerenga, New Zealand, Coromandel, North Island

DESCRIPTION:

This holiday park is on the site of the old Whangapoua Forestry Headquarters.
It Is located at the top of the Whangapoua Harbour on a large area of flat
rural land. Just beyond the harbour is the iconic Whangapoua Beach and the
stunning world renowned New Chum Beach.The beach has been voted “one
of the top twenty beaches In the world and is an unspoilt paradise accessible
only by foot. Matarangi Beach and two boat ramps are within 10km radius
and there is a café just 200m from the park. No dogs are permitted. The
park is within the Whangapoua Kiwi Habitat zone. A restored modern clean
kitchen has a large sun deck There is an ablution block complete with hot
water showers, toilets and laundry facilities. The camping area is large and flat
so can easily cater for large vehicles. Fresh water is available, wifi available, and
new playground has just been installed. The camp is 6km from the beginning
of the New Chum’s Beach walk. Cost from $15 per adult per night, $7.50 per child 3 to15 years. Power is $5 per night per site. Your hosts are Suzanne
and Aaron. Seasonal rates apply and the camp is closed from May to October

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Phone(s):

07 8665215
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