38 Rankers Reviews
137 Basic Camping
Kina Beach Reserve is an awesome spot next to the water. It is split into two: a day area, and a camping area. It is very tidy and organised and has toilets, recycling, taps and BBQ areas all surrounded by a large grassy area and trees.
The reserve is found on the way to the golf course, past vineyards. It is also close to a wicked berry picking spot off the Ruby Bay Highway and has a corner store nearby.
South Island ▷ Nelson Region ▷ Motueka
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Emma & Tom
Great little spot, if you get there early enough you can get a beachfront spot. Picnic tables on the beach, 2 toilets blocks (long drop but ok), water for washing dishes and brushing teeth, and a library of lost books looking for love. $5 pppn is an absolute bargain, loved it thanks guys! Newbie UK Jucy campers :)
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Fantastic find. We stayed twice it was so good. Loos were clean.
Drinking water treated to high standards.
For the price 10 out of 10.
There is separate camping for tents across the small stream. Away from the vans and cars.
The lady is very friendly.
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Tash & Laura
Great value. Basic long drop toilet plus running water and sink so for the money very goood! Some pitches on seafront but would need to get there early as it was busy when we stayed
Great little hippy campsite and very cheap. Nice people running it but it does fill up quickly. Clean loos. Amazing for $5 pp. No Wi-fi. Wonderful beach and sunrise. Would definitely go back.
A lovely place next to the sea. Clean toilets and a cute small library. Definitely come back!
Beautiful site, simple but with nice touches, she'll mobiles and tap with soap near Lond drop loos. Warm welcome.
Nice place right on the beach basically. The panorama ist stunning! Unfortunately it was quite crowded that night (including a gigantic purple Camping Bus partially blocking everyone’s view). Can’t say if it’s normal to be so full or if it was a coincidence because the weather was about to get quite bad and everyone looked for a place to stay in the area.
Nevertheless there was a place to do dishwashing (no light, bring something) as well as a shared library and two quite simple toilets.
If you can, try to come not too late because there are only 6-7 places with excellent view over the bay. Collect shells on the beach!
NZD 10 for two per night.
Great value for the price if you are staying one night.
Close to the beach, and a very friendly tenant.
Definitely a hippie vibe going around.