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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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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
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Email/Contact Us: ahiparaholidaypark@gmail.co.nz
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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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:
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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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:
17 Whatuwhiwhi Rd, Karikari Peninsula, 0483, New Zealand, Far North, North Island

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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
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

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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