10 Rankers Reviews
One night maximum stay.
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South Island ▷ Central Otago ▷ Clyde
This was lovely with the autumn leaves. Very few other vans and a great view of the lake. We didn’t hear much if any road noise.
This is a great little spot for an overnight stop. A bit close to the road but not too noisy. We parked by the trees close to the water at the end . Not many others, clean , good flush toilets , wash basins and rubbish bins. Boat ramp and picnic tables.
Great location by the lake. You can see the bike riders on the new Lake Dunston trail. A bit noisy as the road constantly has traffic. Maybe park down on the grass near toilets might be quieter. Rubbish bins there as well.
Stayed for one night, toilets were clean and there was running water and sinks to wash dishes. Next to a main road but surprisingly quiet. Nice place to stop for the night
Lovely spot to stop over night.
A little road traffic but great view of the water.
lovely place to stop the night, great view,clean toilets, lovely view right on lake front.
huge potholes in road but plenty of flat ground to park and plenty of space. no one cares about self contained only, there's all sorts here.
Lovely place for a night. There was 6 other campers there but loads of space for us all. Clean bathrooms and sinks although no drinking water. it's by the road but the cars didn't keep us awake. Beautiful to wake up right beside such a gorgeous lake!
Great public toilet and recycling units. Right by the lake. Nice spot but the road noise is constant. There is lots of room, 5 campers last night but all spread out with lots of space between them.
Beautiful spot to camp for free. You can park right next to the reservoir. It is really easy to reach also with big campers. If you are into fishing, this can be done here too. Although the campsite was next to the state highway the traffic noise wasn't too loud. Unfortunately, the public toilets were closed when we arrived. Still we had a great time here.
Nice place with fine toilets.