Craw Camping Ground

Craw Camping Ground

ARC - Anawhata Regional Park

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3 Rankers Reviews

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378 Basic Camping

176 Auckland

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The Craw Campground off winding Anawhata Road is a grassy area on the ridge next to the old Craw Homestead.

The walk to down to nearby Anawhata beach is a real beaut.

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North IslandAuckland RegionAuckland

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  • Basic Camping

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Peter's avatar

Peter

Ranking: 1/10

Warning ,to avoid the new ARC booking scam .only book each person on separate booking.If you book a group be warned the council will charge 20% of the TOTAL booking fee paid for everyone should you wish to amend or cancel the booking for one person meaning you will in most cases get no refund at all !

Reviewed over 1 year ago

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Amy Lord

Ranking: 8/10

Open grass area with paved area that has counter space and kitchen sink. The water isn’t treated so you need to boil before consuming. There is only one drop toilet but it’s clean with extra toilet paper and hand sanitizer. The drive to the campgrounds is on narrow gravel roads that might be hard if it’s rainy. You’ll need to book ahead to get the gate code for lock. No shower or WiFi. It’s basic but in good condition. It’s only $8pp so a great price if you’re in the area.

Reviewed over 2 years ago

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Jacques Dumas

New Zealand

Ranking: 7/10

Loved this campsite, even though it had basic facilities. Beautiful lookout and plenty to see and do in the area.

Reviewed over 5 years ago and experienced in January 2014