5 Rankers Reviews
6 Te Aroha
Freedom camping is allowed at the Spur Street car park at Boyd Park for certified self-contained campervans, motorhomes and RVs.
Keep your site tidy, respect other park users and raise your glass to the local council for letting you stay!
North Island ▷ Waikato ▷ Te Aroha
Just a carpark next to some sport fields, but very spacious. Toilets close overnight. Ideal to stay if you are planning to do a hike in the kaimais the next day.
Even though the DOCs camp was Free with Camp Pass, we opted to pay the fee at this camp site. The DOCs camp was 'car park' type camping for campervans. Boyds Park had heaps of room for privacy and flush toilets. The sunrise is spectacular. The lovely lady collecting money in the morning was an added bonus with her wealth of knowledge on the area.
Lovely big open sports fields to use. There are toilet blocks on Stanley Street at the "A.R. Johns Memorial Grandstand" they're open 7:30am- 6:30pm.
Seemed unpleasantly remote, just a few hang arounds in the other end of the carpark - we left again.
Free and wonderful. Nice people around. A lifeguard gives us free hot showers in the morning.