Kumeti Campsite

Kumeti Campsite

Eastern Ruahine Forest Park

77%

3 Rankers Reviews

1 Face-to-Face

4 Dannevirke

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Kumeti Camping Ground

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The camping ground isn't suited to campervans as a 100metre walk is required between the road end and the campground.

Kumeti campground has a pit toilet, water from a stream and a woodfire BBQ. Please take your own wood for the BBQ.

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Organisation

DOC Hawkes Bay

Central government organisation

Location

North IslandManawatu - WanganuiDannevirke

Categories

  • Basic Camping
  • Free

Reviews

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Roland Oldengarm's avatar

Roland Oldengarm

Ranking: 7/10

Small camping ground near a river. It's a good place to stay, it's free, nothing really special here. No short walks available, only >6 hour walks.
We stayed in a camper van, although the website says camper vans are not allowed this was no problem at all.

Reviewed over 7 years ago

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Pavel Macek's avatar

Pavel Macek

Ranking: 9/10

Nice place, clean toilet, next to the river and bush.

Reviewed almost 8 years ago and experienced in March 2014

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Emma K

Spain

Ranking: 8/10

I would give the site a 10 for the personal experience I had there with long-time camper Fawlty.

It's a little unspectacular drive to the end of the road. But as you drive into the woods around the corner you feel like you've been in the bush forever. The river is only a short walk away and the water is safe to drink.
You can collect fiddle heads, wake up to the rooster calling out for food at your van/tent in the morning and watch the kereru sit over your head.

This was a one in a lifetime stay for me!

Basic toilet - no toilet paper.

Reviewed over 8 years ago