What a spot!! Right on the water's edge on Queen Charlotte Drive. This camping spot is extremely popular as there are heaps of things to do in this area including any sort of marine activity, walking, biking, fishing you name it - it's here.
This site even has a shop operating during the summer season for your ice cream and fish 'n' chip fixes.
Please note that there are no pets or music at this family camp ground as the sites are close together.
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Great place for rest and recouperation after travelling!Great facilities.Great view over Sound and close to safe swimming/boating area. Good to have shop, as few other facilities nearby. Lovely walks in forest. Appreciated the information boards.
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Camped at the bay on 26th dec to 6th jan. Amazing campsite with fantastic facilities. Stayed by the waters edge. Beautiful. Excellent people running the camp and the shop. Would recommend a stay there anytime. Will be back soon for another few days kayaking and riding
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Modern and clean, excellent views. Fairly expensive and not many utilities in the kitchen.
Lovely location with very clean facilities.
A beautiful place, great view over the bay, gorgeous sunset. Friendly and helpful reception. The café and kiosk comes quite handy. Showers and kitchen clean and in good shape. We would stay there again. A clear recommendation.
Gorgeous location, but very expensive. App said free wifi but this is only if you have a spark phone on certain contracts. Also mentioned hot showers but these cost $1 per five minutes in addition to the $21 per adult, per night fee.
Wouldn't stay again, this whole place is beautiful so there's really no need to pay this.
Wonderful site! Amazing view. We stayed here for a night in August. Powered site with water supply right on the water's edge. The facilities were spotlessly clean and modern - lovely hot shower for $1. No dump station, but we used the one in Picton at the Challenge garage.
The facilities were excellent, sparkling clean and modern. This campsite is really great value for money, not too far from the Picton ferry and only $15 per adult for a powered campervan site. A hot shower is $1 and well worth it. There is a track close to the campsite where you can see glow worms at night and goats during the day. There were also phosphorescence along the shore line The night we stayed, and we spotted seals playing in the water the next morning! I imagine the camp would be packed in summer, but late June it was nice and peaceful.