Awesome camp spot. Green clean and beautiful! NZ gem. Toilets clean with loo paper! Lots of sandflys also there on holiday.
Beatifull free camp with clean toillets, fresh water and no people at all. Little hard to get there as from one side the road is closed. Get there from south-east side
Looks like a really nice camp site, unfortunately the gate was locked when we got there as to stop people ripping up the grass over winter, we just stayed on the turn around outside as self contained but something to know, also a few people parking to go hunting in the bush it backs onto
No signage from the dirt road showing you which right turn is to the campsite. Look for a sign that says domain and turn there. I unfortunately did not see this sign and kept going, getting stuck in the mud and having to walk all the way back to a local farmer to pull be out at 1030pm. Bathrooms are what you'd expect for being in the middle of the woods.
This is the perfect camping getaway with a large, well-maintained campground with flushing toilets, pretty walk and a beautiful stream. Getting there was confusing but you pretty much follow Dunsdale Valley road until you get into the forest and follow the road for a few minutes until you see a handmade sign with an arrow pointing right. I highly recommend this camp ground it is overlooked! It was our favourite place to rest :)
There is a picnic area, from there some short, nice walks through the forest.
This place is in the middle of nowhere, do not get there after dark. We traveled there and got stuck on the road, had to push our campervan out. It was an eerie drive in at 830pm.
Very basic campsite, some camping tables and two toilets. Plenty of space in this big meadow, the only shelter is close to the trees that surround it. It's completely FREE :)
Great spot to base yourself for a look around the Hokonuis.