22 Rankers Reviews
111 Camping Grounds
119 Dump Station
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Pro: big kitchen, great view, fantastic shower though bathroom draughty. Con: overpriced ($50 for 2 powered site in winter), no utensils or pots/pans, no microwave. Kettle was faulty. Dont bother with Bluff town in winter as practically every shop was closed.
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Nice campground with stunning view. Facilities a little bit old but clean. Hot showers free. Kitchen big enough for cooking and eating. Nice and friendly guy help us for self-registration and gave us tips for the travel to Stewart Island. We stayed 1 night with our motorhome.
Great spot. Shared kitchen area was great and warm. Free wifi and great views. Could do with a really good clean though!
A really nice campground with great views! However, if the wind is blowing there’s no place to hide. Clean toilets and showers with with hot high pressure water. Large kitchen/relaxation area however minimally equipped, bring your own.
Pleasant camp ground with nice facilities and a view. I paid $15 to pitch my tent and stay the night.
Clean helpful, let us leave our van hooked up while at Stewart Island for 3 days at a very reasonable cost. Easy walking to ferry terminal, efficient dryers. Quiet campsite, great birdwatching.
The facilities were in excellent condition - kitchen clean, functioning, laundry ($6 drying $4 cleaning) etc. There was also a large common area to eat in and meet other travellers if you wanted. The wifi was free, though a bit slow. The campsite is unattended though the owner was quick to answer the phone when we needed something. All in all, it was a good option before taking the ferry to Stewart island, however we payed $40 ($20 per person) for a tiny 2-man tent.