When traveling around New Zealand you can really take in the beauty of nature by seeing the country in an RV. What’s even better is staying right on the waterfront. You can enjoy all the water activities and other activities too. There are several waterfront campsites you can choose from in New Zealand.
Matai Bay Campsite
You can find this campsite in the Northland region right in Matai Bay. The campsite offers a variety of activities like walking trails, boating, bird watching, animal watching, diving and snorkelling within easy reach. The campsite does not allow dogs or campfires, but it does offer boat launches, shower facilities and wheelchair accessibility. You also have the great coastal scenery you can explore.
Wagener Holiday Park
This beachside campsite offers guests a large amount of water activities, making it a perfect waterfront camping spot. The water activities include surfing, fishing, kayaking and scuba diving. If you want activities with land under your feet, you can try cycling, sand sledding, climbing and walking the beach. The facility offers boat ramps, a barbecue area, a children’s playground and a small shop with the basics.
This Cooks Beach campground offers its guests a great landscaped park, a barbecue area, walking trails, bird watching, biking, swimming, boogie boarding, and the opportunities to make shell sculptures and explore the rock pools on the beach. The campsite also offers modern shower facilities, a fish cleaning area and hot metered showers.
Falls Motel and Waterfront Campground
The facility offers their guests a special treat with a private salt water beach and an excellent view of Haruru Falls, and as a guest, you also have access to the boat ramp and wharf. Some other activities you can choose from include swimming, kayaking, playing in a playground, and a trampoline with a net. The other accommodations include a picnic area, laundry facilities, hot showers and a cooking facility. If you have pets, you will need to verify with the campsite on pet availability.
Mount Maunganui Beachside Holiday Park
This campground faces the ocean and harbor in front of Mount Maunganui Beach. This location offers the guests exceptional scenery with the beach, mountains and coastal views. Here you can swim, walk the beach, surf, sail, dive, and fish and go boating. For something different, you can go on a dolphin safari, learn to surf, play paintball or visit a waterpark. Get your bookings in early though, this is a very popular spot!
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