21 Rankers Reviews
255 Basic Camping
Another one of the wonderful West Coast's forest-lined fresh water lakes. Popular for fishing, boating and swimming.
South Island ▷ West Coast ▷ Harihari
Number of tent sites - 12.
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Can't believe what some people expect for $8.00. Stunningly beautiful spot. Toilets don't have bidets but fine if you don't have facilities in your camper. Most can find a fairly level spot and the scenery and peace certainly make you glad to be alive. A "not to miss" spot.
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Worst site by far, only stay here if it's your only option. Not worth $8/person self pay.
View of the lake, but car park is much too small and does NOT have the 12 stalls (unless they are sized by regular cars and not campers or RVs).
As many said, the ground slopes terribly to the waterfront, and bathrooms are NOT maintained.
Since there was no room, we paid but parked just outside of the main area, still off the road but closer to the entrance. It was better, but felt more exposed.
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Great spot, only enough for 8 motorhomes. Next to the main road, great views, loos ok
Probably the worst place we stayed on our trip, small and not level at all. Spots are not marked so people take up more space then they need leaving others to sleep on the hill. Fine for tent camping as there is grass. Toilet & covered table.
Amazing spot. We had the place to ourselves. Great location just next to a lake with fishing. It is gravel car park but not very level but fine for Motorhome if you're happy to sleep on a slight angle. Would happily stay again!
Small area by the lake - beautiful and scenic; we had the most stunning sunset and only had to share the spot with a few other campers. Don't forget the insect repellant as plenty of sandflies. 2 long-drop toilets were a bit smelly so better if you are self-contained.
Fantastic spot for camping before the glaciers! 2 grassy areas to choose from to pitch tents. Gravel area for cars/vans/campers fills up so be there earlier to ensure a spot if in a campervan. Works on honesty box system. Tables and benches on grassy areas for eating etc, and two large areas under shelter to hide in the rain! 2 longdrop toilets - a bit smelly but perfectly fine. Great spot. 10/10.
Small parking lot for camping with a beautiful view of the lake!
Thanks to all the good people working for the NZ Department of Conservation - for all your hard work - making NZ more beautiful, accessable and healthy! Cheers 😍