32 Rankers Reviews
349 Basic Camping
18 Lake Tekapo
South Island ▷ Mount Cook - MacKenzie ▷ Lake Tekapo
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It was 10$ per person, long drop toilet , there are two sinks, but it was needed pumping so uncomfortable. Totally not worth, if 5 dollars I would understand.
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Abgelegner Platz nach langer Schotterstraße direkt am Lake Mc Gregor. Alle Plätze haben seeblick. Begrenzte anzahl an Plätzen ca 30 Stück.
Toiletten war super dreckig, Wasser zum abwaschen vorhanden. Traumhafter Sternhimmel!
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Beautiful small lake , very quite and peaceful and best place for visiting Tekapo. Long drop toilets fine. Washing up area with hand pump and some picnics benches! Would definitely go again.
There are more than 5 sites here - more like 30. Toilets were excellent and the taps were good for washing dishes. There’s a place for rubbish, which is nice. The lake was beautiful and peaceful. Picnic benches and some grassy areas for eating on. It’s mostly just a parking lot with a nice lake side picnic area, but it’s cheap and ok for non self contained vehicles. Enjoyed our time here. Not many sandflies either.
I think we ended up staying at the Lake McGregor camp. Whichever one is further on. Drove into the first and it appeared to be full. Available spaces between campers taken up by people setting up tables and chairs, spreading out across sites. So we drove on to the next one which also appeared full of semi-permanent vans with no one staying in them. There were directions to see the camp host but they were also away for the entire time we spent there. Some other campers encouraged us to stay, assuring us it was ok which was a relief. $5-10 p.p, p.n
As we drove out the next day we saw that campers had lined up all along the outside of the fence at the earlier campsite, so we could have stayed there after all. Drop toilets were fine
Review for both camp sites as they are close together. Only affordable camp sites around since they ban freedom camping around here. Annoying since camp sites are both pretty bad, old facilities and few good spots to park your car but seems to be the only cheap places. Stayed one night out of necessity.
We didn’t stay here as we were self contained and found a few places on the road out to here. The lady in the I-site wasn’t very helpful but did point us to this site which we found a place to stay just before here.
Drove to the site & saw sign saying it was closed for winter.
Further unwelcome signage means we will not be camping there in future.
Not at all helpful, as quite a drive from the main road.