17 Rankers Reviews
21 Basic Camping
The Puriri Bay Camping Ground is the place to set up for the summer! It over looks the Whangaruru Harbour which is super sheltered with lots of great boating, swimming and walking missions to take part in. During the winter months (July to October) there is no vehicle access due to the area being so wet. There are camp hosts on site from Labour Weekend through until Easter.
North Island ▷ Northland ▷ Russell
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Idyllic location and very peaceful. Great for swimming and a good 2hr walk to do from the site. Mainly very friendly locals
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Incredible little campsite, one of my all time favorites. Beautiful sheltered bay. Camp hosts were incredibly knowledgable about the local area and very helpful. Amenities were super clean at all times. We loved the composting and the ingenious waste reducing ice blocks (5x for $1). We can't wait to go back.
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A very beautiful spot on the beach. Unfortunately we had paid our money at the self registration station ($10pp pn) before we realised that all the grassy camping areas were closed as it was too wet (fair enough) and we had to camp in the carpark next to the rubbish bins. A sign at the self registration station advising this would have been nice!
Beautiful camp right on a harbour beach. Isolated and peaceful but can get very wet after heavy rain. We had it to ourselves in mid April.
Wonderful and scenic place.
Emma Ben Amara
Beautiful ecology and very peaceful.
Nice place, nice owners.
Lovely site. We arrived pretty late but were welcomed with a friendly smile. A lovely spot at the beach. We arrived here late March so it was not crowded at all. Lovely hiking tracks around.
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 😍