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Cape Reinga

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Kaitaia

Conservation

CAMPSITES

LEGEND

Maungataniwha
Forest

Herekino
Raetea
Forest
Forest

Omahuta
Forest

Bay of Islands/Pewhairangi
Regional Visitor Centre
Kerikeri

Puketi
Forest

Warawara
Forest

Opua
Forest Waikino
Forest

Campsite

1

Mataraua
Forest

9

6

Russell
Forest

Kaikohe
12

Waipoua
Forest

TE IKA
A MĀUI
NORTH
ISLAND

10

5

1

Marlborough
Forest

Pukenui
Forest

Kaihu Houto
Forest Forest

7

Kaiikanui
Forest

WHANGAREI

14

Tangihua
Forest
Dargaville

DOC Visitor Centre

8

Mangawhai Heads

12

11 12
10

1

13
14

Great Barrier
Island (Aotea)

Town / city

Warkworth

16 17

16

18
19

15

1

Orewa

Great Walk

Helensville

25

AUCKLAND

Whitianga

Auckland
Visitor Centre

National / provincial highway

Coromandel
Forest Park

20 21
Thames
Kauaeranga
25 Visitor Centre

Pukekohe
Waiuku

PUBLIC CONSERVATION LAND

2

Tuakau

22

Whangamata
25

26
2

Paeroa

26

National park

Waihi

27

Kaimai Mamaku
Conservation
Te Aroha Park
Katikati

1

Huntly
Ngaruawahia

2

Morrinsville

TAURANGA

26

Conservation park

Raglan

27

HAMILTON

23

Matamata

Te Puke

29

1

33

Te Awamutu

Reserve

31

Edgecumbe

23
TOKOROA

30

Te Kuiti

4

Marine reserve

EGMONT
NATIONAL
PARK
Opunake

Murupara
Rangitaiki Visitor Centre TE UREWERA
NATIONAL PARK

Whirinaki
Te Pua-a-Tāne
Conservation Park

5

1

41

WHANGANUI
NATIONAL
PARK

40
49

38

46

Wairoa

39

TONGARIRO
NATIONAL
PARK 1

Kaimanawa
Forest
Park

41

Kaweka
Forest
Park

Basic campsites and campsites difficult to access by
road are not listed here, you'll find information on
these campsites at doc.govt.nz/campsites.
Enjoy your journey!

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5

42

Ohakune

Raetihi

3

Waiouru

49

Ohakune
Visitor Centre

Normanby
Hawera

NAPIER
Hawke’s Bay Regional
Visitor Centre

3

HASTINGS

Taihape

4

50

2

WANGANUI

Ruahine
Forest
Park

1

Otane
Waipawa
Waipukurau

3

enjoy and explore the great outdoors. This map
highlights the campsites managed by the Department
of Conservation (DOC) throughout New Zealand that
are accessible by campervans and other vehicles.

Marton

54

2

Bulls
Feilding

3

Dannevirke
Ashhurst

1

3
56

Pahiatua

Foxton
57

2

Shannon

Otaki

50

1

Woodville

PALMERSTON
NORTH

LEVIN

Eketahuna
Tararua
Forest
Park

45
46

2

47

MASTERTON
Carterton

Greytown
Featherston

2
1

53

LOWER HUTT

WELLINGTON

Wellington
Visitor Centre

GISBORNE

Frasertown
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38

onservation Campsites are places to relax,

36

4

Tongariro National
Park Visitor Centre

Stratford
Dawson Falls
Visitor Centre
Eltham

35

Te Urewera National Park
Visitor Centre

1

C

35

Turangi

44
43

Inglewood

2

37

41

Egmont National Park
Visitor Centre

45

5

1

Lake
Taupo

Taumarunui

43
Waitara
NEW PLYMOUTH
Lepperton

32

33

34

TAUPO

3

3

30 31

32

Pureora
Forest Park

45

2

38

25

30

3

Oakura

Kawerau

29

Pureora
Forest Park

24

Marine mammal sanctuary

Opotiki

30

28

ROTORUA
Whakarewarewa
State Forest
Park
5

1

Raukumara
Conservation
Park

35

WHAKATANE
Ohope

5

Putaruru

3

Otorohanga

Conservation area

35

27

2

Cambridge

Pirongia
Forest Park

Rimutaka
Forest
Park

Martinborough

51 48

49
Aorangi
Forest
Park

0

25

50

100 km

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WHAT TO EXPECT
SERVICED CAMPSITES
$15* adult; $7.50 youth/child
Flush toilets, tap water, kitchen/cooking bench, hot showers, rubbish
collection and road access for all types of vehicles. Laundry facilities,
BBQs, fireplaces, cookers and picnic tables may be provided.

FREEDOM CAMPING
Experience New Zealand by camping responsibly. If you do wish to
freedom camp, ask at Visitor Centres to find out where local restrictions
exist as instant $200 fines now apply. For more information about
freedom camping see doc.govt.nz/freedomcamping or camping.org.nz.
You could get a $200 instant fine by:

SCENIC CAMPSITES
$10* adult; $5 youth/child
Toilets, tap water supply and vehicle or boat access. Wood BBQs and
fireplaces, cold showers, picnic tables, a cooking shelter and rubbish
bins may be provided.

ff Freedom camping overnight where there is a no camping sign.

STANDARD CAMPSITES
$6* adult; $3 youth/child
Toilets (usually composting or pit), 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.

ff Depositing waste while freedom camping.

Age categories for fees:
Adult: 18+ years;
Youth/child: 5–17 years;
Infants: 0–4 years no charge.
* Some pricing exceptions do
apply—check the individual
campsite listing to confirm.

BASIC, BACKCOUNTRY and
GREAT WALKS campsites

are not featured on this map.
Visit doc.govt.nz/campsites
or greatwalks.co.nz for more
information.

BOOKING AND PAYING FEES
Some campsites need to be booked in
advance, either online at booking.doc.
govt.nz or at any DOC Visitor Centre. If
a booking is required, it is noted on this
map. Charges may apply when booking
through a Visitor Centre. Check the
website as over time, more campsites
will able to be booked online.

Self-registration envelope

Where bookings are not required, pay
fees via the self-registration system at
the campsite, or at a Visitor Centre.

Fees are generally charged per person,
per night, and reflect the level of facilities and services provided.
Powered sites are $3 extra per person.

PLANNING YOUR TRIP
NZMCA PASSES


New Zealand Motor Caravan Association
(NZMCA) pass holders: check your pass for
exemption dates or special conditions, and that
your pass is valid at your intended destination.

ff Freedom camping overnight where there is a self-contained
sign and you are not using an approved NZ Standard selfcontained vehicle.

GRAVEL ROADS AND INSURANCE
If you are driving a rental vehicle, remember to check whether you are
insured when driving on unsealed roads.

AT THE CAMPSITE
CAMPSITES AND DOGS
Dogs are not permitted at any Conservation Campsite unless the
dogs permitted or dog on a leash symbol is present. With most
campsites located in or near protected areas it is important that dogs
are not taken into places where they may attack native wildlife.
BEWARE OF THIEVES
Remember to lock your vehicle and take your valuables with you.
PROTECT OUR WILDLIFE
Some of these campsites are in areas where native species are
vulnerable to disease. You can prevent spreading disease by following
some simple precautions, including cleaning gear before and after
entering these areas. Look for notices at the campsites and local
DOC Visitor Centres for details.
DIDYMO AND OTHER FRESHWATER PESTS
Didymo, also known as ‘rock snot’, is a exotic alga
that invades waterways. This microscopic pest can be
spread by a single drop of water. Even if you can’t see
it, you could be spreading it.
CHECK, CLEAN, DRY . Stop the spread of didymo
and other freshwater pests. A large number of Conservation
Campsites are near rivers and lakes, so always remember to Check,
Clean, Dry all footwear, bicycles, vehicles, fishing equipment and other
items before entering, and when moving between, waterways. For
more information and cleaning guidelines go to biosecurity.govt.nz/
didymo or doc.govt.nz/stopthespread.

SYMBOLS
State Highway = SH, Visitor Centre = VC, National Park = NP
Number of campsites

Shop

Number of
powered sites

Café

Water from tap

Dump station

Water from stream

Petrol available

Cold shower

Wheelchair accessible

Hot shower

Wheelchair accessible
with assistance

Campfires permitted

Dogs permitted – keep
your dog under control
at all times

BBQ (wood or gas)

Dogs permitted on a
leash at all times

Cookers/electric stove

Information correct at the time of printing. Current information is available
on the DOC website at doc.govt.nz. Feedback about this brochure is welcomed,
please email recreation@doc.govt.nz.
Cover: Port Jackson campsite, Coromandel. Photo: Rob Suisted (naturespic.com)
Editing and design: Publishing Team, DOC National Office
Published by: Department of Conservation, Commercial Business Unit,
PO Box 10420, Wellington, New Zealand  | September 2013

NORTHLAND
Cape Reinga

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and fishing—but take care as the beach may be dangerous.

swim, snorkel, surf or walk the Te Paki Coastal Track.

E–N 1607538-6157437 GETTING THERE: 3 km north of Ngataki
along SH1 turn into Rarawa Beach Road. ACCESS: 4 km of gravel.

E–N 1574155-6189320 GETTING THERE: Camp located at the
end of Tapotupotu Road off Cape Reinga Road (SH1), 3 km
south of Cape Reinga. ACCESS: Gravel, steep sections.

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1

Kapowairua (Spirits Bay)

2

4

Maungataniwha
Forest

Herekino
Raetea
Forest
Forest

Omahuta
Forest
1

Opua
Forest Waikino
Forest

12
1

Mataraua
Forest

9

Marlborough
Forest
Kaihu Houto
Forest Forest

6

7

Kaiikanui
Forest

Pukenui
Forest





  STANDARD  

Puriri Bay


  SCENIC 
90 Overlooking the mouth of Whangaruru Harbour, with

sheltered waters, walking, swimming and boating.

E–N 1723562-6085659 GETTING THERE: Turn off SH1 into
Russell Road, 15 km north of Whangarei. After about 30 km (north
of Ngaiotonga) turn into Whangaruru North Road. ACCESS: Sealed.
BOOKING: Required December – March; can be booked online.
NOTE: Vehicle access to campsite closed 1 May – 31 October.

WHANGAREI

Kapowairua (Spirits Bay), Northland.
Photo: Carolyn Smith

14

Tangihua
Forest
Dargaville



20  Camp close to kauri trees and look out for kiwi and short-

E–N 1668562-6098074 GETTING THERE: Turn off SH10 into
Pungaere Road, 600 m north of Waipapa and follow signs to the
camp. ACCESS: 16 km of gravel.

6

Russell
Forest

Kaikohe

Puketi

tailed bats. 18-bunk hut and two 3-bunk cabins are also available.

Bay of Islands/Pewhairangi
Regional Visitor Centre
Kerikeri

Puketi
Forest

Warawara
Forest

Waipoua
Forest

5

10

5


  SCENIC  
110+  Camp on the outer Karikari Peninsula in sheltered

E–N 1637275-6145711 GETTING THERE: 25 km southeast of
Kaitaia on SH10, turn into Inland Road at Karikari Peninsula and
follow, then into Matai Bay Road. ACCESS: 2 km of gravel.

45  Camp in a picturesque setting between the beach

E–N 1587447-6190362 GETTING THERE: Follow signposts from
Waitiki landing, off SH1, for 16 km along Te Hapua Road and then
Spirits Bay Road. ACCESS: 16 km of gravel.

Maitai Bay

and private campsites. 

  STANDARD  



(5 min walk) and hills of the Aupouri Peninsula north of Kaitaia.

Kaitaia


  STANDARD  
65  Camp among trees behind the white sand beach; surfing

Tapotupotu


  STANDARD  
45  Relax at the northernmost campsite in New Zealand;

3

Rarawa

8

7

Otamure


  SCENIC 
130+  Camp in a beach-front setting with large

pōhutukawa trees for shade.
Mangawhai Heads

12

10

1

13
14

Great Barrier
Island (Aotea)
Warkworth
16

KAURI DIEBACK
Kauri dieback is a disease that attacks and kills
kauri trees. Some Conservation Campsites are
located near kauri trees. To prevent the spread
of kauri dieback, keep to the defined tracks,
clean your footwear, tyres and other equipment
before and after visiting kauri forest areas, and
stay away from kauri tree roots.
Visit kauridieback.co.nz or call 0800 NZ KAURI (0800 695 2874).

16 17
15

1

Orewa

E–N 1574155-6189320 GETTING THERE: Go past Hikurangi on
SH1, turn off at Whananaki North Road and travel 27 km. Campsite
is 4 km past Whananaki shop and school. ACCESS: Sealed.
BOOKING: Can be booked online.

11 12

8
18
19

explore the nearby Waipu caves or walk the coastal track.

9

25

Auckland
Visitor Centre

Whitianga
Coromandel
Forest Park

20 21
Thames


  SCENIC 
300+  Camp behind the sand dunes at Uretiti Beach and

E–N 1731842-6022426 GETTING THERE: Signposted directly off
SH1, approx 5 km north of Waipu. ACCESS: Sealed. BOOKING:
Can be booked online.

Helensville

AUCKLAND

Uretiti

Trounson Kauri Park
12 



  SCENIC 
8  The campground is at the edge of the park, one

of the best examples of hardwood forest in New Zealand.

E–N 1658996-6046743 GETTING THERE: Turn off SH12 into
Trounson Park Road, 40 km north of Dargaville. ACCESS: Sealed
from south, gravel from north.

ands/Pewhairangi
Visitor Centre

Waikino
Forest


  SCENIC 
75  Sheltered campsite on the edge of Whangapoua estuary

and surf beach. Adjacent to Okiwi Airfield (seasonal service).

6

Russell
Forest
1

11 Whangapoua

E–N 1817893-5997238 GETTING THERE: Whangapoua
Conservation Area, north coast of the island, near Okiwi, on the
Whangapoua estuary. ACCESS: From Auckland via passenger/car
ferry or air. BOOKING: Required; book online.

7

Kaiikanui
Forest

Pukenui
Forest

12 Harataonga


  SCENIC 
60  Camp under mature trees between two streams

WHANGAREI

ua
t

overlooking Overton Beach with great views of Rakitu Island.

E–N 1823001-5994150 GETTING THERE: Harataonga Recreation
Reserve, east coast via Port Fitzroy Road to Kaitoke. ACCESS:
From Auckland via passenger/car ferry or air. BOOKING: Required;
book online.

8
Akapoua Bay, Northland. Photo: DOC
Mangawhai Heads

11 12
10

1

13
14

Great Barrier
Island (Aotea)
Warkworth

16 17

16

15

1

Orewa

13 Awana Beach


  SCENIC 
60  Grassy campsites next to the child-friendly Awana

GREAT BARRIER ISLAND
(AOTEA)

estuary. Powerful surf break. Don’t forget mosquito repellent.

E–N 1822809-5990750 GETTING THERE: Awana Recreation
Reserve, east coast, Awana. ACCESS: From Auckland via car/
passenger ferry or air. BOOKING: Required; book online.

10 Akapoua Bay


  SCENIC  
30  In a sheltered bay amongst pōhutukawa trees with good

fishing, swimming and kayaking.

18
19

E–N 1812499-5994425 GETTING THERE: West coast, Port Fitzroy.
ACCESS: From Auckland via passenger/car ferry or air. Good boat
access. BOOKING: Required; book online.

Helensville

14 Medlands Beach

25

AUCKLAND

Whitianga

Auckland
Visitor Centre


  SCENIC 
70  This sheltered campsite overlooks a tidal stream, and

a popular surfing beach, with safe swimming in the estuary.

E–N 1604620-5470020 GETTING THERE: Oruawharo Creek
Recreation Reserve, southeast coast, south end of Medlands
Beach. ACCESS: From Auckland via passenger/car ferry or air.
BOOKING: Required; book online.

Coromandel
Forest Park

KAURI DIEBACK
Kauri dieback is a disease that attacks and kills
kauri trees. Some Conservation Campsites are
located near kauri trees. To prevent the spread
of kauri dieback, keep to the defined tracks,
clean your footwear, tyres and other equipment
before and after visiting kauri forest areas, and
stay away from kauri tree roots.

20 21
Thames
Kauaeranga
25 Visitor Centre

Pukekohe
Waiuku

2

Tuakau

22

Whangamata
25

26
2

Paeroa

26

Waihi

Kaimai Mamaku
Conservation
Te Aroha Park
Katikati

1

Huntly
Ngaruawahia

2

Morrinsville

TAURANGA

26

Raglan

23

27

HAMILTON

Matamata

29

Te Puke
2

Cambridge

Pirongia
Forest Park

1

3

35

27

33

Te Awamutu
31

Visit kauridieback.co.nz or call 0800 NZ KAURI (0800 695 2874).

27

Edgecumbe
Putaruru

5

30

35

WHAKATANE
Ohope
Opotiki

Raukumara
Conservation
Park

15 Fantail Bay


  SCENIC 
29  Camp in peaceful surroundings beneath pōhutukawa

WHANGAREI

trees; a track with outstanding views leads to the bushline.

8

Mangawhai Heads

E–N 1808450-5955320 GETTING THERE: 50 km north of
Coromandel. From Coromandel take Colville Road for 22 km to
Whangaahei Junction, then turn left and follow Port Jackson
Road for 28 km. ACCESS: Gravel from Colville. BOOKING: Can be
booked online.

11 12
10

1

13

Warkworth

16 17

16

15

1

Orewa

16 Port Jackson



  SCENIC 
110+  At the northern tip of the peninsula, this campsite is

14

Great Barrier
Island (Aotea)

next to the beach, with stunning coastal views.

18
19

E–N 1809781-5959816 GETTING THERE: 58 km north of
Coromandel. Drive to Fantail Bay (as above) and continue along
road for another 8 km. ACCESS: Gravel from Colville. BOOKING:
Can be booked online.

Port Jackson, Coromandel. Photo: Herb Christophers

17 Fletcher Bay

COROMANDEL

ville

Whitianga

Auckland
Visitor Centre

rivers and streams rapidly reaching flood levels in heavy or
prolonged rainfall. Coastal areas can also be affected.

20 21
Waiuku

Thames
Kauaeranga
25 Visitor Centre

2

Tuakau

E–N 1814136-5960540 GETTING THERE: 64 km north of
Coromandel. Drive to Port Jackson (as above), but continue 6 km
to the end of the road. ACCESS: Gravel from Colville. BOOKING:
Can be booked online.

W ARNING: Coromandel weather can change very quickly, with

Coromandel
Forest Park

Pukekohe

ideal location for water sports.

Due to demand during Christmas/New Year, we recommend you book
from early to mid-October for northern Coromandel campsites.

25

AUCKLAND


  SCENIC 
96  This is a beach-front campsite in a farm setting and an

22

Whangamata
25

26
2

Paeroa

26

Waihi

27

Kaimai Mamaku
Conservation
Te Aroha Park
Katikati

1

Huntly
Ngaruawahia

2

Morrinsville

TAURANGA

26

Raglan

27

HAMILTON

23

Matamata

Te Puke

29

Cambridge

Pirongia
Forest Park

1

33

Te Awamutu
31

Edgecumbe
Putaruru

3

23
1

TOKOROA

ROTORUA
Whakarewarewa
State Forest
Park
5
30

Opotiki

30

29

35

WHAKATANE
Ohope

5

28

Otorohanga

Te Kuiti

35

27

2

Raukumara
Conservation
Park

Kawerau
2

30 31

34

32

33

Pureora
Forest Park

24
30

3
4

25
32

38

1

5

Murupara
Rangitaiki Visitor Centre TE UREWERA
NATIONAL PARK

37

2
35

Shag Stream


  SCENIC
15  This riverside campsite is an ideal base for exploring

the valley.

E–N 1833665-5888280 GETTING THERE: 100 m before the
Kauaeranga Visitor Centre. NOTE: Open from Labour weekend
(Oct) until 30 April.

Hotoritori



  SCENIC
30  Mountain biking and horse tracks start at the

campsite, which is adjacent to the river.
Stony Bay, Coromandel. Photo: DOC

E–N 1834095-5890769 GETTING THERE: 3 km north of the
Kauaeranga Visitor Centre.

COROMANDEL CONT.
18 Stony Bay

Whangaiterenga
  SCENIC 



120+  This is a spacious (5 ha) campsite beside the coast

with good fishing and diving nearby.

E–N 1816877-5956498 GETTING THERE: 55 km north of
Coromandel. Take the Colville Road for 22 km to Whangaahei
Junction, then turn right into Port Charles Road to Stony Bay
Road and follow to end. ACCESS: Gravel from Colville. BOOKING:
Can be booked online.

19 Waikawau Bay
350+ 



  SCENIC 
21  Next to a sweeping sandy beach; NZ

dotterel and variable oystercatcher breed north of the campsite.
E–N 1826915-5945852 GETTING THERE: 42 km north of
Coromandel. Take the Colville Road for 22 km to Whangaahei
Junction, turn right into Port Charles Road, then right into
Waikawau Beach Road and follow 5 km to camp. ACCESS:
Gravel from Colville. BOOKING: Required December – March;
book online.

20 KAUAERANGA VALLEY 

The following eight campsites are beside the river in the
Kauaeranga Valley.
GETTING THERE: Follow the Kauaeranga Valley Road from
Thames for 14 km to the Visitor Centre. ACCESS: Gravel.
NOTE: Please pay camp fees at Kauaeranga Visitor Centre.

Kahikatea


  SCENIC
18  Campsite for self-contained campers only—no tents—

with 4 extra-large sites for buses.

E–N 1833438–5888353 GETTING THERE: 100 m before the
Kauaeranga Visitor Centre. NOTE: Open from Labour weekend
(Oct) until 30 April.


  SCENIC
90  Camp near where the Whangaiterenga Stream and

Kauaeranga River meet.

E–N 1835120-5892542 GETTING THERE: 5 km north of the
Kauaeranga Visitor Centre, 2 km north of Hotoritori campsite.
NOTE: Open from Labour weekend (Oct) until 30 April.

Booms Flat





  SCENIC

45  Popular and spacious campsite with a historic walk
nearby that passes through native bush.
E–N 1835612-5893058 GETTING THERE: 6 km north of
Kauaeranga Visitor Centre. Third campsite on left past the Visitor
Centre. NOTE: Open from Labour weekend (Oct) until 30 April.

Catleys


  SCENIC
30  Campsite is near the river with a short historic walk

nearby.

E–N 1836122-5893347 GETTING THERE: 6.5 km north of
Kauaeranga Visitor Centre, first camp on right past the Visitor
Centre. NOTE: Open from Labour weekend (Oct) until 30 April.

Wainora



  SCENIC

30  Campsite is at the start of the Cookson Kauri Walk, a

2 hr 30 min return track with a view down to a large kauri tree.
E–N 1836197-5893822 GETTING THERE: 7 km north of
Kauaeranga Visitor Centre, fourth campsite on left past the Visitor
Centre. NOTE: Open from Labour weekend (Oct) until 30 April.

Totara Flat


  SCENIC
30  Camp alongside the river or higher up, and walk on a

boardwalk through forest.

E–N 1836676-5893933 GETTING THERE: 7.5 km north of
Visitor Centre, second campsite on right past the Visitor Centre.

Waikawau Bay, Coromandel. Photo: Herb Christophers

Trestle View


  SCENIC
30  Camp at the end of the valley, close to the Billygoat

Basin Track and Webb Creek Track up to the Pinnacles.

E–N 1837150-5894401 GETTING THERE: 9 km north of
Kauaeranga Visitor Centre, last campsite past the Visitor Centre.

21 Broken Hills

  SCENIC
45  Camp beside the Tairua River and explore the old

gold mining area; swimming, canoeing and fishing nearby.

E–N 1843327-5889933 GETTING THERE: Turn off SH25 at
Hikuai, opposite Pauanui turnoff. Follow Puketui Valley Road to
end. ACCESS: Gravel.

22 Wentworth





  SCENIC
75 Once a large gold mining settlement, now a remote

but comfortable campsite near Wentworth Falls and mines.

E–N 1849966-5874024 GETTING THERE: Turn off SH25 7 km
south of Whangamata into Wentworth Valley Road and follow
to the end. ACCESS: 5 km gravel, small stream ford. BOOKING:
Required December – March. Ph 07 865 7032. Prior approval
from camp manager required for dogs.

Pukekohe
Waiuku

22

Visitor Centre

25

2

Tuakau

Whangamata
25

26
2

Paeroa

26

Waihi

27

Kaimai Mamaku
Conservation
Te Aroha Park
Katikati

1

Huntly
Ngaruawahia

2

Morrinsville

TAURANGA

26

Raglan

27

HAMILTON

23

Matamata

Te Puke

29

1

33

Te Awamutu
31

23

ROTORUA
Whakarewarewa
State Forest
Park
5

1

TOKOROA

30

Te Kuiti

30

3

23 Arohena



24 Ngaherenga



  STANDARD    



16 Camp beside the towering podocarps that Pureora

Forest is famous for. Look for kākā, kākāriki, robins and
short-tailed bats in the trees around the campsite.

E–N 1823414-5734345 GETTING THERE: Barryville/
Maraeroa Roads, off SH 30, 20 km east of Bennydale adjacent
to Pureora Field Base. ACCESS: Gravel.

25 Kakaho

43

EGMONT
NATIONAL
PARK
Opunake



  STANDARD

25 Enjoy a private holiday with easy to reach services.
Walk through thick forest before climbing to a stunning
lookout.
E–N 1836778-5727610 GETTING THERE: Follow Link
Road from Pureora Field Base or Kakaho Road from SH32.
ACCESS: Gravel.

Taumarunui

TAUPO

5

1

41

35

Whirinaki
Te Pua-a-Tāne
Conservation Park

Te Urewera National P
Visitor Centre

47

38

46

39

Tongariro National
Park Visitor Centre

WHANGANUI
NATIONAL
PARK

Stratford
Dawson Falls
Visitor Centre
Eltham

38

4

43

Inglewood

36

Turangi

44

Egmont National Park
Visitor Centre

40
49

TONGARIRO
NATIONAL
PARK 1

41

Kaweka
Forest
Park

5

42

NAPIER
Hawke’s Bay Regional
Visitor Centre

1

HASTINGS

Taihape

4

3

2

Waiouru

49

Ohakune
Visitor Centre

Normanby
Hawera

Kaimanawa
Forest
Park

Ohakune

Raetihi

3

45

Murupara
Rangitaiki Visitor Centre TE UREWERA
NATIONAL PARK

41

Waitara
NEW PLYMOUTH
Lepperton
45

34

37

Lake
Taupo

3

3

5

1

Pureora
Forest Park

Oakura

30 31

32

50 This campsite is on the western shores of Lake Arapuni
on the Waikato River, perfect for fishing and water sports.

E–N 1832829-5772402 GETTING THERE: From Waipapa
Road, turn into Puewhau Road, then Mangare Road, then
Landing Road. Campsite is at the end of Landing Road beside
the Waikato River. ACCESS: Last 1 km winding gravel. Tight
corners for large motor homes.

2

38

25

4

  STANDARD    

Kawerau

29

Pureora
Forest Park

24

WAIKATO

30

28

Otorohanga

Arohena, Waikato. Photo: DOC

WHAKATANE
Ohope

Edgecumbe
5

Putaruru

3

27

2

Cambridge

Pirongia
Forest Park

50

2

WANGANUI

Ruahine
Forest
Park

1

Otane
Waipawa
Waipukurau

3

Marton

54

2

Bulls
3

Feilding

Dannevirke

Pukekohe
Waiuku

Tuakau

22

Kauaeranga
Visitor Centre

25

2

Whangamata
25

26
2

Paeroa

26

Waihi

27

Kaimai Mamaku
Conservation
Te Aroha Park
Katikati

1

Huntly
Ngaruawahia

2

Morrinsville

TAURANGA

26

Raglan

27

HAMILTON

23

Matamata

Te Puke

29

Pirongia
Forest Park

1

33

Te Awamutu
31

Edgecumbe
Putaruru

3

23

ROTORUA
Whakarewarewa
State Forest
Park
5

1

TOKOROA

30

24
30

5

1

43

EGMONT
NATIONAL
PARK
Opunake

44

WHANGANUI
NATIONAL
PARK

Normanby
Hawera

Lake Okareka, Rotorua, Bay of Plenty. Photo: Nick Lambert

4

47




  STANDARD
30  Camp on the shores of Lake Rerewhakaaitu; water

5

E–N 1930738-5800119 GETTING THERE: Off Arawa Street
Turangi
in Matata township. Campground is 200 m across causeway.
ACCESS: Gravel.

Visitor Centre
38

46

2  

  SCENIC
41 swim
Kaweka
Park lakeside campsite
12  Scenic
15 min
from
Rotorua;
Forest

TONGARIRO
Park
or fish in the lake.
NATIONAL
5
1
PARK
42 THERE: Head east out of
E–N 1894510-5770866 GETTING
Ohakune Rotorua on SH30 towards Whakatane for 1.7 km. Turn right
Raetihi
intoWaiouru
Tarawera Road then left into Okareka Loop Road. At
49
Ohakune
Okareka, turn left into Miller Road. Campsite is on the right
Visitor Centre
NAPIER
Hawke’s
for Bay Regional
where the seal ends. ACCESS: Sealed. NOTE: Not suitable
Visitor Centre
1
vehicles longer than 6 m.

3

  

50

campsite where trout fishing and water sports are popular.
1

35  Campsite is located beside the Waitawheta River,

known for its trout and some great swimming holes.

  STANDARD


100+  Camp alongside the lake in a large
2 and attractive

WANGANUI
3

E–N 1843009-5852854 GETTING THERE: Via Waitawheta
Road, Kennedy Road and Dickey Flat Road. ACCESS: Gravel.

HASTINGS

Taihape

29 Lake Tarawera Outlet

  STANDARD 

Marton
Bulls
3

35

GISBORNE
30 Rerewhakaaitu—Brett Road

36

A Taupo
coastal setting next to the Matata wildlife refuge,

40
49

4

2

1
Te Urewera National Park birds, good fishing, swimming and walking nearby.  
with excellent fishing
and swimming in a family campsite.

41

Park Visitor Centre

3

26 Dickey Flat

35

Whirinaki STANDARD


Te  Pua-a-Tāne
Conservation Park

38
39Lake Okareka
Kaimanawa
Forest
Tongariro National28

43

Stratford
Dawson Falls
Visitor Centre
Eltham

BAY OF PLENTY



41

Egmont National Park
Visitor Centre

45

Murupara
Rangitaiki Visitor Centre TE UREWERA
NATIONAL PARK

TAUPO

40 

Taumarunui

3

Inglewood

32

33

34

37

27 Matata Campground
Lake

45

2

30 31

32

Pureora
Forest Park

3

Kawerau

38

25

4

Waitara
NEW PLYMOUTH
Lepperton

Raukumara
Conservation
Park

Pureora
Forest Park

3

Oakura

Opotiki

30

29

35

WHAKATANE
Ohope

5

28

Otorohanga

Te Kuiti

35

27

2

Cambridge

Ruahine

E–N 1906584-5767896
GETTING THERE: Via
private forestry
Forest
Otane
Park
Waipawa
ACCESS: Permit
roads from Kawerau township or boat access.
NOTE: Permits for
required for vehicle access via Kawerau.Waipukurau
road 54access are available at kawerauonline.co.nz or at the
2
Kawerau Information Centre,
ph 07 323 6300.

Feilding

Dannevirke

E–N 1904399-5755182 GETTING THERE: Off SH38, turn into
Rerewhakaaitu Rd and follow for 2.7 km. Turn into Brett Road
Frasertown
and follow 4.5 2km to camp entrance (on right). ACCESS: Sealed.
Wairoa

31 Rerewhakaaitu—Ash Pit Road


  STANDARD
100+  Camp on the shores of Lake Rerewhakaaitu;

water birds, good fishing, swimming and walking nearby.

E–N 1906898-5757487 GETTING THERE: Off SH38, turn into
Rerewhakaaitu Road and follow for 2.7 km. Turn left into Brett
Road and follow to end. Turn right into Ash Pit Road and follow
1.7 km to camp entrance (on right). ACCESS: 2 km of gravel.

27

Kaimai Mamaku
Conservation
Te Aroha Park
Katikati
2

Morrinsville

TAURANGA

26
27

TON

Matamata

Te Puke

29

1

35

27

2

Cambridge
33

wamutu
5

Putaruru

23
TOKOROA

30

Opotiki

30

28

ROTORUA
Whakarewarewa
State Forest
Park
5

1

Raukumara
Conservation
Park

35

WHAKATANE
Ohope

Edgecumbe
Kawerau

29

2

30 31

32

33

34

Anaura Bay, East Coast. Photo: DOC

Pureora
orest Park

24

0

38

25

5

1

Murupara
Rangitaiki Visitor Centre TE UREWERA
NATIONAL PARK

TAUPO
Lake
Taupo

5

1

41

35

Whirinaki
Te Pua-a-Tāne
Conservation Park


  STANDARD  
40 Camp, swim, fish, or relax beside the river. Walk through

35

37

32

Pureora
orest Park

34 Omahuru (Ogilvies)

2

the park—take your binoculars for birdwatching.

36

E–N 1960363-5751447 GETTING THERE: 18 km from SH2, south
of Opotiki and approx 4 km south of Wairata, Waioeka Gorge.
ACCESS: Gravel.

GISBORNE

Te Urewera National Park
Visitor Centre

41

35 Mokau Landing



  STANDARD 
40  Large grassy site between native rainforest and the

38

Turangi
Frasertown
47

8

46

39

l
e

TONGARIRO
NATIONAL
PARK 1

Kaimanawa
Forest
Park

41

Kaweka
Forest
Park

EAST COAST

re

NAPIER
Hawke’s Bay Regional
Visitor Centre

1

HASTINGS

Taihape
50

2

Ruahine
Forest
Park

1

Otane
Waipawa
Waipukurau

54

2

Feilding

Dannevirke
Ashhurst
3

Woodville

ALMERSTON
NORTH
Pahiatua

36 Waikaremoana
Holiday Park

5

42

Waiouru

on

E–N 1955532-5704909 GETTING THERE: Drive west around the
lake for approx 10 km from SH38 at Aniwaniwa. ACCESS: Gravel,
narrow and winding.

2

akune
49

lake, 1.5 km from Mokau Falls.

2

Wairoa

32 Anaura Bay



  STANDARD  
75  Camp next to a beautiful beach alongside a stream,

surrounded by forest and coastal bush.

E–N 2064734-5754983 GETTING THERE: SH35, 85 km north of
Gisborne, between Tolaga Bay and Tokomaru Bay. ACCESS: 4 km
gravel road. NOTE: Open from Labour weekend (Oct) to Easter.
Toilets NOT provided (bring your own chemical toilet). Dump
station available December – February.

33 Manganuku



  STANDARD  

20  Camp beside one of the few remaining historic Howe
truss bridges; good river fishing.

E–N 1983493-5752778 GETTING THERE: Beside SH2, south
of Opotiki and approx 4 km south of Wairata, Waioeka Gorge.
ACCESS: Sealed.












SERVICED

40  
29  Camp next to the lake and visit the 1000-year
old rātā tree, Aniwaniwa and Papakorito Falls, and Te Urewera
National Park Visitor Centre. Chalets and cabins available.
E–N 1961217-5702186 GETTING THERE: Lake Waikaremoana,
adjacent to SH38, in Opourau, Home Bay. ACCESS: 57 km from
Wairoa on SH38; narrow with some gravel sections. Allow about
1 hr drive from Wairoa. Travelling from Rotorua, after Murupara
allow about a 2 hr drive on narrow winding gravel roads, with
some spectacular views. BOOKING: Required; ph 06 837 3826.

37 Mangamate



  
  STANDARD 
12 Easily accessible campsite next to the Whirinaki River;

with rimu and tōtara trees in the nearby forest. 

E–N 1924759-5718770 GETTING THERE: Follow Te Whaiti
Road (formerly SH38) from Murupara for 19 km to Minginui Road.
The turn off to camp is 5 km on right. ACCESS: 1 km gravel off
Minginui Road. NOTE: There are some wheelchair facilities.

Conservation
Te Aroha Park
Katikati

Huntly
Ngaruawahia

2

Morrinsville

TAURANGA

26

Raglan

27

HAMILTON

23

Matamata

Te Puke

29

Cambridge

Pirongia
Forest Park

1

33

Te Awamutu
31

5

23

Otorohanga

ROTORUA
Whakarewarewa
State Forest
Park
5

1

TOKOROA

30

Te Kuiti

24
30

43

Opunake

30 31

Taumarunui

Murupara
Rangitaiki Visitor Centre TE UREWERA
NATIONAL PARK

37

35

Whirinaki
Te Pua-a-Tāne
Conservation Park

5

1

41

47

38

GISBORNE

CENTRAL NORTH ISLAND

Te Urewera National Park
WARNING:
Visitor Centre
38

39

TONGARIRO
NATIONAL
40
PARK 1
49

Kaimanawa
Forest
Park

41

Kaweka
Forest
Park

2

42

39 Whakapapa Holiday Park

HASTINGS

Taihape

4

50

2

WANGANUI

Ruahine
Forest
Park

1

Otane
Waipawa
Waipukurau

3

Marton

54

2

Bulls
3

Feilding

Dannevirke
Ashhurst

1

3
56

Woodville

PALMERSTON
NORTH
Pahiatua

Foxton
57

Shannon

2

peaceful campsite on the edge of the Tongariro National Park.

NAPIER
Hawke’s Bay Regional
Visitor Centre

1

3

  STANDARD 
21  Ski, hunt and mountain bike in Tongariro Forest from this

E–N 1813334-5660336 GETTING THERE: Off SH47, 6 km east of
National Park village. ACCESS: Gravel.

Waiouru

49

Ohakune
Visitor Centre

Normanby
Hawera

Wairoa
38 Mangahuia

5

Ohakune

Raetihi

3

Make sure you’re well prepared as alpine weather
changes quickly. Check in at the Tongariro National Park Visitor
Centre
before heading out into the alpine environment.
Frasertown
2

46

Tongariro National
Park Visitor Centre

WHANGANUI
NATIONAL
PARK

36

4

43

Stratford
Dawson Falls
Visitor Centre
Eltham

35

Mangawhero, Tongariro National Park, Central North Island. Photo: DOC

TAUPO
Lake
Taupo

2

Turangi

44

Inglewood

32

33

34

41

Egmont National Park
Visitor Centre

45

2

32

3

Waitara
NEW PLYMOUTH
Lepperton

EGMONT
NATIONAL
PARK

5

1

Pureora
Forest Park

45

29

38

25

4

3

Kawerau

Pureora
Forest Park

3

Oakura

Opotiki

30

28

Raukumara
Conservation
Park

35

WHAKATANE
Ohope

Edgecumbe
Putaruru

3

35

27

2











SERVICED

8  
44  Camp in a mountain beech forest, beside a
stream, a perfect base for exploring; in winter, skiing is 6 km
away. A 32-bed lodge and 6 cabins are also available.
E–N 1819338-5657839 GETTING THERE: Whakapapa
Village opposite Visitor Centre, 6.4 km along SH48, off SH47.
ACCESS: Sealed. BOOKING: Required; ph 07 892 3897, email
whakapapaholpark@xtra.co.nz or visit www.whakapapa.net.nz.
FEES: Non-powered and powered: $19 adult or $11 child.

40 Mangawhero

  STANDARD 
12  Camp in the forest on the flanks of Mt Ruapehu; a good

base for exploring the Tongariro National Park.

E–N 1809547-5637025 GETTING THERE: Ohakune Mountain
Road, 2 km from Ohakune. ACCESS: Some gravel.

4

Pureora
Forest Park

Taumarunui

43

TAUPO
Lake
Taupo

35

Whirinaki
Te Pua-a-Tāne
Conservation Park

5

1

41

38

Frasertown

4

47

38

43

46

al Park

WHANGANUI
NATIONAL
PARK

40
49

39

TONGARIRO
NATIONAL
PARK 1

Kaimanawa
Forest
Park

41

Kaweka
Forest
Park

2

5

42

Ohakune

Raetihi

Waiouru

49

Ohakune
Visitor Centre

nby

NAPIER
Hawke’s Bay Regional
Visitor Centre

1

3

HASTINGS

Taihape

4

50

2

WANGANUI

Ruahine
Forest
Park

1

walk to Table Mountain Trig for views over Hawke’s Bay.

Waipawa

E–N 1936025-5650108 GETTING THERE: Off SH2 at Tutira,
50 min north of Napier. ACCESS: Sealed. NOTE: The lake may
be subject to toxic algal blooms. Do not enter the water if signs
advise not to.

54

2

Bulls
Feilding

3

Dannevirke
3

56

57

E–N 1886289-5634867 GETTING THERE: Beside Napier–Taihape
Road (sealed) at Kuripapango. ACCESS: 1 km gravel road off main
road towards river.

2

LEVIN

Eketahuna
Tararua
Forest
Park

45
46

2

47

MASTERTON
Carterton

Greytown
Featherston

2
1

53

LOWER HUTT

LLINGTON

Wellington
Visitor Centre

Rimutaka
Forest
Park

Martinborough

51 48

49
Aorangi
Forest
Park

0

  STANDARD 

50  Camp at the edge of the park and raft down the
Ngaruroro River or have a go at fishing.

Pahiatua

Shannon

50

Woodville

PALMERSTON
NORTH

Foxton

1

42 Kuripapango

Ashhurst

1

HAWKE’S BAY
  STANDARD  
30  Camp at the southern end of this freshwater lake and

Waipukurau
Marton

Lake Tutira, Hawke's Bay. Photo: DOC

41 Lake Tutira

Otane

3

Otaki

2

Wairoa

Tongariro National
Park Visitor Centre

m

GISBORNE

Turangi

44

rd

36

Te Urewera National Park
Visitor Centre

41

3

35

NATIONAL PARK

37

32

25

50

100 km

Pirongia
Forest Park

1

33

Te Awamutu
31

5

Putaruru

3

23

ROTORUA
Whakarewarewa
State Forest
Park
5

1

TOKOROA

30

Te Kuiti

24

Lake
Taupo

35

Whirinaki
Te Pua-a-Tāne
Conservation Park

5

1

41

38

WHANGANUI
NATIONAL
PARK

3

Kaimanawa
Forest
Park

41

Kaweka
Forest
Park

5

42

2

Ruahine
Forest
Park

1

54

2

Bulls
Feilding

Dannevirke
Ashhurst

1

3
56

Pahiatua
57

2

Shannon
LEVIN

50

Woodville

PALMERSTON
NORTH

Foxton

1

Otane
Waipawa
Waipukurau

3

3

Eketahuna
Tararua
Forest
Park

47

45
46

  SCENIC 
36 Camp in a remote setting—one of three road access

points to the Whanganui Journey Great Walk—and listen for
kererū, tūī and fantail, and brown kiwi at night.

HASTINGS
50

Marton

43 Ohinepane

E-N 1786004-5687522 GETTING THERE: Whanganui River
21 km from Taumarunui. ACCESS: Road or by
Required 1 Oct – 30 April; can be booked online.

Taihape

4

WANGANUI

MANAWATU/WHANGANUI

Road, on SH43,
NAPIER
Hawke’s Bay Regional river. BOOKING:
Visitor Centre

1

Otaki

2

Waiouru

49

2

Wairoa

39

Ohakune
Visitor Centre

3

GISBORNE

38
Whakahoro,
Whanganui National Park. Photo: DOC

Ohakune

Normanby
Hawera

36

Te Urewera National Park
Visitor Centre

46

TONGARIRO
NATIONAL
40
PARK 1
49

Raetihi

35

Frasertown
47

Tongariro National
Park Visitor Centre

Stratford
Dawson Falls
Visitor Centre
Eltham

2

37

4

43

Egmont National Park
Visitor Centre

45

Murupara
Rangitaiki Visitor Centre TE UREWERA
NATIONAL PARK

Turangi

44

Inglewood

32

33

34

41

Waitara
NEW PLYMOUTH
Lepperton

Opunake

30 31

TAUPO

3

EGMONT
NATIONAL
PARK

2

32

Taumarunui

43

5

1

Pureora
Forest Park

45

29

38

25

30
4

3

Kawerau

Pureora
Forest Park

3

Oakura

Opotiki

30

28

Otorohanga

Raukumara
Conservation
Park

35

WHAKATANE
Ohope

Edgecumbe

2

MASTERTON

44 Whakahoro

  SCENIC
36 A large, flat, grassy site beside the river; a good starting

or mid-point stop on the Whanganui Journey Great Walk.

E–N 1778918-5669213 GETTING THERE: 44 km west of Owhango,
off SH4 at the end of Oio Road. ACCESS: Road or by river.
BOOKING: Required 1 Oct – 30 April; can be booked online.

Forest Park
Lake
Taupo

Taumarunui

43

TAUPO

Waitara
NEW PLYMOUTH
Lepperton
3

45

EGMONT
NATIONAL
PARK
Opunake

44

Frasertown
47

38

Egmont National Park
Visitor Centre

WHANGANUI
NATIONAL
PARK

40
49

46

39

TONGARIRO
NATIONAL
PARK 1

Kaimanawa
Forest
Park

41

Kaweka
Forest
Park

2

Corner Creek, Wairarapa. Photo: Craig Harrison

5

42

WAIRARAPA

Waiouru

49

Ohakune
Visitor Centre

Normanby
Hawera

NAPIER
Hawke’s Bay Regional
Visitor Centre

1

HASTINGS

Taihape

4

3

50

2

WANGANUI

Ruahine
Forest
Park

1

2

Dannevirke
Ashhurst
3

56

57

50


  STANDARD  
50 This secluded campsite is at the head of two

2

LEVIN

1

47 Waiohine Gorge

Pahiatua

Shannon

Otaki

Woodville

PALMERSTON
NORTH

Foxton

spectacular gorges above the Waiohine River.

E–N 1800980-5458936 GETTING THERE: From Carterton,
drive through Matarawa. Follow Moffats Road, Joseph Road
then Waiohine Gorge Road to end. 18 km northwest of Greytown.
ACCESS: Gravel road and stream ford.

Eketahuna
Tararua
Forest
Park

45
46

48 Corner Creek


  STANDARD  
12 Camp is a 5 min walk from Palliser Bay; go fishing,

2

47

MASTERTON

surfing, walking, hunting and mountain biking.

Carterton

E–N 1770503-5417757 GETTING THERE: 38 km south of
Featherston, along Western Lake Rd to Wharekauhau Road.
ACCESS: Gravel road last 5 km, two stream fords. Campsite
access only from the eastern side of the Rimutaka Range.

Greytown
Featherston

2
1

53

LOWER HUTT

WELLINGTON

Wellington
Visitor Centre

Rimutaka
Forest
Park

Martinborough

51 48

49 Putangirua Pinnacles

  STANDARD 
50  Sited beside the Putangirua Stream; walk to the

49
Aorangi
Forest
Park

E–N 1814686-5479284 GETTING THERE: Turn off SH2 15 km
north of Masterton into Kiriwhakapapa Road, and follow 7 km to
road end. ACCESS: 5 km gravel.

E–N 1808984-5468482 GETTING THERE: 2 km south of
Masterton, turn off SH2 at signpost to Mt Holdsworth, Norfolk
Road. Drive along road into Mount Holdsworth Road. Campsite
15 km from SH turnoff. ACCESS: Sealed.

Bulls

1

old logging and exotic (redwood) forestry trial area nearby.

at the eastern park entrance beneath the Tararua Ranges.
Holdsworth Lodge (sleeps 28) also available.

Waipukurau

3


  STANDARD  
30 This is a lovely family campsite beside a creek, with an


  STANDARD  
150+ Enjoy walks, fishing and swimming near the campsite

54

Feilding

45 Kiriwhakapapa

46 Holdsworth

Otane
Waipawa

3

Marton

2

Wairoa

Ohakune

Raetihi

3

45

38

4

Tongariro National
Park Visitor Centre

Stratford
Dawson Falls
Visitor Centre
Eltham

GISBORNE

Turangi

43

Inglewood

36

Te Urewera National Park
Visitor Centre

41

3

Oakura

5

1

41

35

Whirinaki
Te Pua-a-Tāne
Conservation Park

impressive Putangirua Pinnacles or drive to the seal colony.
0

25

50

100 km

E–N 1785772-5408882 GETTING THERE: Halfway between
Cape Palliser and Lake Ferry. 58 km south via Martinborough
and Lake Ferry Road. ACCESS: Sealed. NOTE: Water not always
available, please take your own supply.

Forest Park
Lake
Taupo

Taumarunui

43

TAUPO

Waitara
NEW PLYMOUTH
Lepperton
3

45

EGMONT
NATIONAL
PARK
Opunake

44

Frasertown
47

38

Egmont National Park
Visitor Centre

WHANGANUI
NATIONAL
PARK

40
49

46

39

TONGARIRO
NATIONAL
PARK 1

Kaimanawa
Forest
Park

41

Kaweka
Forest
Park

2

5

42

Waiouru

49

Ohakune
Visitor Centre

Normanby
Hawera

NAPIER
Hawke’s Bay Regional
Visitor Centre

1

3

HASTINGS

Taihape

4

50

Catchpool, Wellington. Photo: DOC

2

WANGANUI

Ruahine
Forest
Park

1

WELLINGTON/KAPITI

Otane
Waipawa
Waipukurau

3

Marton

50 Otaki Forks


  STANDARD  
150+ Open river terraces and regenerating bush

54

2

surround the campsite, reflecting the history of the area.

Bulls
Feilding

3

Dannevirke
3

56

51 Catchpool

Pahiatua
57




  SCENIC 
150+ Camp beside Catchpool Stream close to walks in

2

Shannon

the Orongorongo Valley.

LEVIN

50

Woodville

PALMERSTON
NORTH

Foxton

1

E–N 1787182-5471884 GETTING THERE: 1 km south of Otaki,
turn into Otaki Gorge Road. Campsite is 19 km east of Otaki
township. ACCESS: Gravel and narrow, with one stream ford.

Ashhurst

1

Otaki

E–N 1760876-5420387 GETTING THERE: Follow the Coast Rd
south of Wainuiomata for 10 km to Rimutaka Forest Park entrance.
Campsite is 2.5 km past entrance. ACCESS: Stream ford and some
gravel. NOTE: Gates open summer 8 am – 8 pm; winter 8 am – 6 pm.

Eketahuna
Tararua
Forest
Park

45
46

2

47

MASTERTON
Carterton

Greytown
Featherston

2
1

53

LOWER HUTT

WELLINGTON

Wellington
Visitor Centre

2

Wairoa

Ohakune

Raetihi

3

45

38

4

Tongariro National
Park Visitor Centre

Stratford
Dawson Falls
Visitor Centre
Eltham

GISBORNE

Turangi

43

Inglewood

36

Te Urewera National Park
Visitor Centre

41

3

Oakura

5

1

41

35

Whirinaki
Te Pua-a-Tāne
Conservation Park

Rimutaka
Forest
Park

Martinborough

51 48

49
Aorangi
Forest
Park

0

25

50

100 km


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