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Whakapapa Holiday Park in the winter - primo!

Whakapapa Holiday Park

Tongariro National Park

Whakapapa Holiday Park

Tongariro National Park

Set among native beech trees at the foot of Mount Ruapehu. Nearby activities are the Tongariro Alpine Crossing (Summer) and Whakapapa Ski Field (Winter). Several lovely day and multi-walks in close proximity.

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Dominion Road Carpark

Tongariro Conservation Area - Overnight Campervan Parking

Dominion Road Carpark

Tongariro Conservation Area - Overnight Campervan Parking

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Mangahuia Camping Ground

Mangahuia Campsite

Mount / Mt Ruapehu

Mangahuia Campsite

Mount / Mt Ruapehu

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Tukino 2wd Carpark

Overnight Campervan Parking

Tukino 2wd Carpark

Overnight Campervan Parking

Just like camping on Mars!

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Hauhangatahi is one of the oldest volcanoes in the area and has been deemed a wilderness zone with in the Tongariro National Park. It’s an awesome walk with great views over the nation park from a different angle. If you are driving to Ohakune from national Park Village turn left at Erua, park your car, walk across the railway tracks, turn right and follow the tracks for 3 power poles, you will see a small wooden sign on the left hand side that says “track”. Follow this, it’s about an hour through the bush marked with tape, then follow the wooden stakes up to the top for another two hours to the top. Have a goody!

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