OUR CAMPING SEASON RUNS FROM 19 OCTOBER 2018 - 30 APRIL 2019.
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Remote and untouched... Just the way we like it!
Welcome to Opoutere Coastal Camping, the Coromandel's last great secret. This relaxed coastal hideaway is a haven for exploring beautiful forest, beach and harbour - or just chilling out.
Meander through ancient Pohutukawas to the summit, watch the sunrise or gaze at more stars than you have ever seen before and enjoy nature at its best with over 5km of unspoilt white sand, rolling surf and tranquil waters of…
North Island ▷ Coromandel ▷ Whangamata
Operating Season And Hours
Our office hours are seasonal. We are open from 8.30am - 10.30am and 4pm - 6pm. During the peak season (Dec 20 - Feb 10) we will be open from 8am-12pm and 3-6pm. Please phone Reception on 07 865 9152 or send us an email if you are due to arrive outside of these office hours. Our season runs from 19 Oct - 30 April.
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Cosy and remote place located in a picturesque valley with quick access to the beach. Good facilities.
No WiFi and little cell phone coverage to really get away from it all. Love it!
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Beautifully located, secluded campground, nicely integrated into the natural features. We found all facilities to be in good and clean condition. The grassy, mainly level sites with spacious dimensions offer a good camping feeling, some feature a picknick bench.
A short walk to the sand beach with great views of the coast with its offshore islands and breaking waves, inviting to relax, take a bath (watch the current!), read, dream or make new friends (we shared the 5 km of beach with approximately 10 other people, 200 gulls and 25 oystercatchers); or a little longer walk to the bay, which, dependent on the tide, may be empty and provide for more views of the versatile local fauna. Some areas of the pine forest is closed because somebody poisoned the pine trees in support of the fauna that grew here prior, hence large branches may fall suddenly and unexpectedly. Interesting concept of conservation...
The keepers seem to take good care of the place, are super friendly and serve the best coffee of the world (or so), when the reception is open.
And one last recommendation: there is no fuel station within 20 km. Don’t arrive on reserve unless you like this sort of kick. We made it on the second to last drop...
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Great campsite, tucked around a secluded bay with an incredible beach and pine forest. Very well maintained facilities, camp shop serves decent decent coffee, great for a few days to get Away from the crowds. Note local amenities are about half an hour away.
Fifi and Jay
I really enjoyed this campsite. A young man and lady checked us in, very friendly people. The amenities and facilities are limited but we had a really nice walk through the bush that overlooked the lake and a bench seat that overlooked a beautiful beach. Its a quick walk through the pine trees to the beach. Paid $15pp and were allowed our pick of any site. Powered or unpowered. They have a chill out room where you can charge your stuff or watch TV. Showers $1 for 5 mins but they were nice showers. Zip for hot water in the kitchen. The kitchen is quite small and they only had 2 hotplates when we were there. Another lady was waiting to cook dinner too. They also have a small covered outdoor dining area. No wifi and very limited reception.
Philippa and Adam
Great location as it's only a few minutes walk through some woods to the beach. Get up early and catch the sunrise across the Pacific. It's a very peaceful setting too. We used the BBQ; no grease fires to report! $15 per person per night for an unpowered site in March 2016.
Awesome spot, close to whangamata, surf beach is a ten min walk through forest, five minutes to the estuary. Facilities are for the most part clean and tidy. The showers last much longer than the standard five minutes for your 1 dollar. They could have more fridges and freezers for the holiday period as space is a premium. There was no kettle in the kitchen when we were there and the two free gas BBQ's looked to have never had their trays cleaned out and started a grease fire while we were there! The managers are both really friendly and accommodating.
Beautiful campground, friendly manager and great beach to go for a surf! We really enjoyed our stay there!
Wout van Dijk
Great campsite in a really nice location. It was $30 (Nov 15) for the two of us and you get a really nice spot as well. You are near a beautiful beach just a 5 minute walk. There are two buildings one of them was closed in November but there weren't many others at that time. The kitchen was OK and the showers were good ($1 coin). It was 5 km from the main road but definitely worth the drive on a sealed road.