Railway Reserve, Marshall Street...

Railway Reserve, Marshall Street, Paeroa

Overnight Campervan Parking


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Jan's avatar


Ranking: 9/10

Right on the hauraki rail trail, in central city, good laundromat and hot shower facility, plenty nice eating places nearby. A great base for two days.

Reviewed 7 months ago

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Bee Rogers

Ranking: 9/10

$5 for a powered site (pay at Caltex - staff will give a receipt to display on your vehicle dashboard). Clean toilets open 24hrs, can get public dropping in to use them throughout the night. So may pay to park further away, if you’re easily disturbed by noise. Easy walk to Caltex, playground, supermarket and shops.

Reviewed 10 months ago

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Brian's avatar


Ranking: 7/10

The dump station has been removed. Some traffic to the toilets during the night as they are open 24 hours.

Reviewed over 2 years ago

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Ranking: 8/10

Really nice place!
Only 5$ by campervan, with really clean toilets, powered site, water for the campervan etc...
Also it's right in town so really nice if you just want to buy something.
It's a bit noisy in the morning but not a real nuisance!

Reviewed over 3 years ago

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tawview leavers

Ranking: 7/10

Space for 8 or so vans, some powered sites next to toilets - but these were taken by the time we got there (7pm Friday night). Note: opposite delivery entrance to the supermarket, so early morning noise.

Reviewed over 5 years ago

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Tomas Talpa

Ranking: 8/10

Basically a carpark in the middle of the town, but: dump station and fresh water; squeaky-clean public toilet. For $5 per night (per car/van, not person), this seems to me a god-send for an overnight stay.
Note that the $5 fee is payable at the gas station across the street (not city council or some early-closing-office), so you can arrive anytime.

Reviewed over 5 years ago