6 Rankers Reviews
276 Freedom Camping
- Self-contained only
- Two vehicle limit
- Maximum stay of two consecutive nights
North Island ▷ Northland ▷ Kaikohe
The campsite was quite small...we arrived after 9pm and there were already 6 campervans though we squeezed on the end (we only realised in the morning there was a sign stating max 4)
Toilets were alright though the light in the men’s bathroom didn’t work...
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Nice and quiet spot. We stayed there for two nights. The toilets are clean and stay open during the night. Additionally, there's a little supermarket across the street. We had no trouble. There's not much to do tho.
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This was our first attempt at freedom camping. Wasn't great. Woken at 2am by car playing loud music using toilets and hanging about. Then woken again at 5.30 by another car blasting their music and then a guy just proceeded to shout/scream for the following 40 mins. Freaked the kids out and we were all v tired the next day. Wouldn't stay here again.
Area was quite nice, but the lake near by wasn’t really worth the walk to go and look at, there’s also a small butchery/dairy near by and the toilets were a bit cold but clean and had toilet seats. Very nice for free camping
Nice spot, level and paved, clean bathrooms, holds 4 campervans. At entrance to bike path.
The Flip Flop Family
Nothing much to say as its only really a car park for 4 vans (not 2). There are clean toilets but no main door so can be cold. There is a picnic bench also. Seemed to be a walk through area during the day for people. Happy its available as it is a free site so thanks. If you want to see what it looks like, you can watch our video review on youtube, just search the camp site name and 'The Flip Flop Family'
Happy Camping from The Flip Flop Family