7 Rankers Reviews
49 Dump Station
166 Freedom Camping
There is a 3 night maximum stay in any 4 week consecutive period at this site. The 4 consecutive weeks begin from the first overnight stay.
North Island ▷ Bay of Plenty ▷ Waihi
Glen Marshall UK
Try the municipal site up by life guard station but was full so traveled along to this one which turned out to be a real bonus as great facilities, clean & comical toilets which played music plenty of parking up to about 8 campers but it was nice & quiet as there was only 3 there on the night we stayed, but the site just a stroll up & down from it were to capacity which is bizarre as this is lovely site & 100 meters from the beach would definitely stay here again
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There is a toilet, a grey water dump, a drinking water supply and though it is near the road it is quiet at night.
Sunset at the nearby beach is quite nice to watch.
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Got here late on Sunday so only kne space left. Beautiful Campsite. Locals really friendly simon and Jackie took time to show us their long line fishing rig. All spaces full but when a car and caravan take up six bays its not surprising there is no dpace for others.
Good toilet but only one. Dump station provided. Good for one night. View is OK, street close but not much traffic.
Stopped here overnight. Be careful parking over a footpath. Good spot nice walk along beach then rained so snugged in for night. Goof toilet to music. Dump station so all sorted for next fee days.
This was a great free spot!! Maybe 7-8 spots (didn’t count) RIGHT on the waterfront. Toilets on site with tap water on the side of building.
Enjoyed a gorgeous sunrise in the morning.
Only reason it’s not a 10 is because of the location being in town despite being beautiful.
This is a clean, well defined, well kept and level car park which backs on to a grassed area and the the frontal dune. The beach is a short walk down a path - private and quiet, and looks unspoiled. Shells galore! Looks like good fishing spot for whiting. Potable water here with threaded tap for hose, plus wash down threaded tap and effluent drain. Public toilet on site is modern and spotless. There is no privacy - the site faces a row of houses (150m?). We backed in and were not bothered.