Off Cook Flat Road is this large and well-presented camp with stunning
views. Tents can set up under the shady trees on a large grassed area, while
hard stands are provided for vehicles. Most have lovely grass strips between
them and some of the sites are extra-large with good access for buses. The
two kitchens are well equipped with full stoves, hotplates and fridge/freezers
and a dining space with a separate TV and internet room. A clean ablution
block has a disability/family suite, plus a children’s bath and a laundry with
up-to-date automatic equipment. The other two sets of ablutions are well
appointed and clean with well-lined roomy showers serviced by gas water
heating and hairdryers. You can cook inside in the kitchen with all amenities or
outside under the covered BBQ area. All the mod cons here, and everything
is immaculately presented and clean as a whistle, and you will appreciate the
under floor heating in the bathrooms if staying in winter! A great adventure
playground has been provided for the children, as well as pedal cars for hire.
Parents, however, will love the new spa room. Other amenities include a
dump point, phones and free internet, while there is a licensed restaurant with
takeaways close by. Your adventure trips can start here with many activities to
choose from and a no charge booking service. Children’s prices and off season rates available.
Fires are not permitted at any time. See fire rules on conservation land.
Situated on State Highway 6, southern end of Lake Ianthe, 15km north of Harihari. Camp beside one of Westland’s forest-lined freshwater lakes. Popular for boating, trout fishing and swimming.
Bookings not required - first come, first served.
Alerts Modified Date: 2023-11-25 > Wild goat control for Kahurangi National Park > Temporary unbridged crossing – Lewis River > Crossing Dart Ford on Wangapeka River Road > Kahurangi National Park – Upper Karamea Swing Bridge – Leslie Karamea Track – Maintenance work – Expect delays > Ōpārara Basin access road closed midweek > Crazy Paving Cave closure > Allow more time to reach the huts in Matiri Valley
Kahurangi National Park Created in 1996, Kahurangi is one of New Zealand\'s newest national parks, and at 452,002 hectares it is also the second largest. Translated, its name has a number of meanings including \'treasured possession\', an apt description of its wonderfully diverse natural and recreational values. In places it is an untracked wilderness, elsewhere a wonderful network of tracks lets you explore wild rivers, high plateaux and alpine herbfields, and coastal forests.
High on the hill overlooking the sea is this lodge and camp ground, you will find it off Fitzherbet Road. This was the site of the old hospital and has many well-kept buildings that have been furnished in a quirky retro look. The level tenting area and power sites overlook the ocean, all are landscaped and sheltered. A clean and tidy kitchen with all amenities including a full stove and separate dining area is provided, also a comfy and sunny lounge for you to relax in. Plenty of room here and groups are welcome. Watchout for the friendly rabbit that may come and visit you, or go for a walk down the hill to the glow worm dell. Your friendly host is Christine. $20 per adult for tents, and $35 power sites for two adults, an extra adult is $10. Children under 12 years are $5.
Powered sites- $45 for two people, $13 per child and $20 per additional adult. Non-powered sites from $40 for two people, $10 per child and $20 per additional adult.
Lake Brunner Country Motel & Holiday Park is set on 6 acres of landscaped grounds, in a beautiful and tranquil setting. We have 8 powered site and numerous grassy non-powered sites surrounded by some of the finest West Coast native forest. The Cabin Lodge houses the communal ablutions, laundry and kitchen/lounge. The clean unisex ablutions have free hot showers and there is also a family/accessible bathroom. The laundry has a coin operated washing machine and dryer and the well-equipped kitchen includes eating and cooking utensils. There is a large flatscreen tv with freeview channels in the communal kitchen/lounge.
Situated only 2km from Moana Village and Lake Brunner (which is the largest lake on the West Coast and popular for swimming, boating and fishing), this is the perfect location for some rest and relaxation and other activities. There are a range of walking tracks in the area.
Listen to the native bird song and explore our little corner of native forest where Tui, Bellbirds, Kereru (native wood pigeons), Shining Cuckoo, Fantails, Warblers, Pukeko and Weka frequent and make their home. View the glow worms at night in the native bush gully.
General park facilities include a children’s play area, undercover gas bbq’s & picnic tables, fire pits, chip & putt golf, large open spaces for ball games, a petanque court, volleyball, pool table, table tennis, a dump station and free wifi.
There is plenty of space to park cars and boats on the grounds. Pets are welcome by arrangement and only on camp sites and selected cabin rooms, not in any of our other buildings.
We invite you to come and stay at ‘Our Very Special Place’. Your friendly hosts are Peter, Carol, Kelli and Tony.
Tent sites $30 for two people, children $8, extra adult $15. Power sites $33 for two, $15 each extra adult, $8 for children.
Placed just south of the coastal township of Karamea, this camp is away from the road, surrounded by trees, and with access to both the river and sea. There is plenty of choice between open lawn sites or those nestled into a sheltered environment, and two kitchens provide cooking equipment, a fridge and a cosy fireplace. The tiled ablutions are clean and tidy, with the toilets in a separate block, and a dump point and wifi are both available. Explore the caves or walk the Heaphy track, go fishing or whitebaiting, swim in the river or the estuary on an ongoing tide, and kayaks can be also be hired. Tent sites $30 for two people, children $8, extra adult $15. Power sites $33 for two, $15 each extra adult, $8 for children.
This community run domain provides camping over the stopbank from the river. You will find 14 sites with power at the end of the football field, handy to a sheltered BBQ. Amenities include a kitchen/dining with full stoves, fridge/freezers and all utensils. There is a comfy lounge with a TV and book swap corner. For your children, are videos, games and puzzles. The ablutions are tiled and kept spotless. The laundry has auto washers. Casual users can use the showers, kitchen and laundry for a small charge. There are two tennis courts alongside. A caretaker is on-site.
Campsites $13.00 per person
Power $ 6.00 per site
Children 5-15 yrs $ 6.00
Under 5 $ 0 - Free!
Bunkroom $30.00 per person
Laundry $ 4.00 per load
Free showers, kitchen, lounge, dining facilities plus TV, Pool table and a lovely old piano (in tune!)
No need to book at this beautiful seaside spot on the outskirts of the small town of Mokihinui. Gentle is a good description for this place, as its peacefulness is apparent as soon as you get there. Unlimited campsites are available, inside the grounds or out on the edge of the river and beach, and five unpowered hard stands for campervans, all within a lush garden setting. Two free hot water showers and toilets, both clean and tidy, as well as free wifi. A recent addition is the kitchen, that includes everything you might need. What was once a functioning dairy shed, imagination has turned into a most attractive social area and caf_ complete with pizza oven, campers are welcome to use this space as the camp lounge. There is a covered BBQ garden with swing seats, bikes and kayaks may be hired, or enjoy the coastal and bushwalks. Special favourite is the native plant maze just down the road a bit, with spectacular views. Great fishing in this area, and whitebait in the river during the season. Pets by arrangement and your lovely hosts are Jesse and Jessica. All sites are $12 per adult, children under 12 years are $6 a night, NZMCA members are $10 each per night.
A sheltered camp where pockets of bush form natural barriers between
grouped sites, offering an away-from-it-all environment that has wekas in
residence. This camp is set up with families in mind, as you enter the camp
you will see the mini golf course where you can take some shots. there
is also a great children’s playground, and parents can watch from the new
outside deck and covered BBQ area. Plenty of room for all, there are 65
sites with power, plus numerous tent sites. The bright sunny kitchen, with
stove and fridge and all other amenities, is alongside a large TV/social room
with internet access. The smart ablutions have roomy showers, a child’s bath,
and dressing space with a seat, while all laundry facilities are automatic and
plentiful. A pleasant leafy retreat, brim-full of birdlife with an aviary for the
bird fanciers and chooks to feed. Wifi is available for a small fee, there is a free
carwash available too. Your friendly hosts are Roger and Margaret.
Listen to the sound of the surf and sea pounding on the Pancake Rocks. Sealed roads and contoured land, gives privacy and shelter to this lovely large coastal camp which appears to be well drained, even in winter. There is a fully equipped electric kitchen, and a gas one available for large groups. Between them is the dining/social room. An alternative is the al fresco covered dining area off these rooms. The ablutions are roomy, tiled and immaculate with a good disability suite. There is a laundry and a sometimes much needed drying room. Walking distance to the local pub, with shopping just up the road, and eating places nearby. Lots to see and do, this is a great base to explore the spectacular West Coast, learn to surf, or try out a paddleboard. No pets please. Your friendly, helpful hosts are Craig and Sue. Tent sites are $17 per adult, and $8 for children, powered are $20 for adults and $9 for the kids.