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Nelson Lakes National Park

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Phone: 03 521 1806

Phone (intl): +64 3 521 1806

3 reviews with the most recent first

Thanks to all the good people working for the NZ Department of Conservation - for all your hard work - making NZ more beautiful, accessable and healthy! Cheers 😍

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Rebecca Rodeghiero

United States

Ranking: 9/10

The location is not where this app has it marked, although very close so just look out for the signs! Beautiful and relatively sandfly free, it’s just a quick drive to Lake Rotoiti for sunrise. The water needs to be filtered to drink, but the toilets are clean and the noise from the main road doesn’t affect the camp site much.

Reviewed 10 days ago

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René

Ranking: 6/10

I wonder where this is.. the location on the map is thick bush.. no info regarding camping, no access.. a little further towards St Arnaud, there is a small road to the left that leads to a gravel parking with room for a few campervans and a sign telling this is for SC only. No info on payment, no facilities, just a gravel area with a simple sign. The place the listing and that other review mentioned soundes pretty nice and I am sure this is not it (the view is nice though and secluded from the main road)

Reviewed about 1 month ago

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Cymen Crick

New Zealand

Ranking: 7/10

I give it a 7 for access. Both to the main road and then nearby access to the plethora of walks dotted around this area. Good for car campers. Free with the Conservation Campsite Pass - bonus. I first visited here 20 years ago to have a crack at ice skating. So you get the drift, it's shaded and cold in the cooler months. Good sun for at least 6 months of the year though.

Reviewed 4 months ago and experienced in February 2018

3 reviews with the most recent first

Thanks to all the good people working for the NZ Department of Conservation - for all your hard work - making NZ more beautiful, accessable and healthy! Cheers 😍

Rebecca Rodeghiero's avatar

Rebecca Rodeghiero

United States

Ranking: 9/10

The location is not where this app has it marked, although very close so just look out for the signs! Beautiful and relatively sandfly free, it’s just a quick drive to Lake Rotoiti for sunrise. The water needs to be filtered to drink, but the toilets are clean and the noise from the main road doesn’t affect the camp site much.

Reviewed 10 days ago

Conservation Campsite Pass

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René

Ranking: 6/10

I wonder where this is.. the location on the map is thick bush.. no info regarding camping, no access.. a little further towards St Arnaud, there is a small road to the left that leads to a gravel parking with room for a few campervans and a sign telling this is for SC only. No info on payment, no facilities, just a gravel area with a simple sign. The place the listing and that other review mentioned soundes pretty nice and I am sure this is not it (the view is nice though and secluded from the main road)

Reviewed about 1 month ago

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Cymen Crick

New Zealand

Ranking: 7/10

I give it a 7 for access. Both to the main road and then nearby access to the plethora of walks dotted around this area. Good for car campers. Free with the Conservation Campsite Pass - bonus. I first visited here 20 years ago to have a crack at ice skating. So you get the drift, it's shaded and cold in the cooler months. Good sun for at least 6 months of the year though.

Reviewed 4 months ago and experienced in February 2018