Camping in New Zealand with wifi provided

From Māori maraes to volcanic landscapes, New Zealand offers some of the most diverse camping in the world.

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12 top campgrounds in New Zealand with wifi provided

Whangaehu Homestead

1 site · RV, Tent20 acres · Masterton
Our rustic, charming campsite is located beside an old Woolshed on our small farm, it faces West for perfect Wairarapa Sunsets. It is sheltered from wind, there is power, water, a fridge, and a toilet and cover from the rain. Light the campfire, lie in the hammock, and gaze at the stars! We are a 7-minute drive east of Masterton towards Castlepoint Beach. The area is famous for beautiful beaches, vineyards and hiking. Please note, we have working farm dogs, livestock and two small pet dogs that might visit! Sometimes there might be farm noise during the day but it's very quiet at night, you can even hear our local Ruru calling to each other.
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Valley Farm

15 sites · Tents400 acres · Hikurangi
Valley Farm is a magical valley of river flats, and bush clad hills, 35mins north east of Whangārei in the North Island of Aotearoa New Zealand. Spread over 400acres of pristine bush, high pasture and valley floor the main camping sites have access to hot showers, flush toilets, laundry and basic cooking facilities Whether you want to pitch a tent, park a sleeping van, or a fully self contained motorhome, the environment with it's natural beauty and babbling streams will make you relax and unwind. There are also a couple of off-grid secluded cabins if you want to enjoy a time of solitude to think, write, read or just relax. Bushwalks criss-cross the property if you are into hiking, and it is also a perfect stopover if you are doing New Zealand's version of the Camino, the Te Araroa Trail. This brings you to the high plateaus of the property from the coast, with stunning views out to the Poor Knights Islands and all the way down to Whangārei Heads. As a working farm we ask that you respect any livestock, leave gates as you find them, and take responsibility for your own wellbeing around hiking tracks, streams and waterfalls. We operate as much as possible in harmony with the planet, i.e. no toxic chemicals, and zero waste, so please support our kaupapa and 'leave no trace except for footprints'.
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Newflands Dog Park

10 sites · RVs, Tents8 acres
Newflands dog park welcomes your dog and cats and rabbits as long as they are undercontrol and do not upset other park users. You can book the main park during summer and have use of the pool via the website www.newflands.co.nz and you can join the Facebook group Newflands Dog Park to see more info. We are opening the front barn paddock this summer on trail. All campers must have self contained toilet facilities and own water supply. We are located between Auckland and Hamilton and can care for your furbabies if you wish to visit somewhere near without them. You can book this on the website. Call Fiona for more info on 0272885358.
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Aspin Road Oasis

1 site · Tent2 acres · Cambridge
Alongside a beautiful architect designed home on 2 acres. Native trees provide privacy for camping with a rural outlook. 6km from Cambridge with excellent restaurants and cafes. Great road riding from right outside our gate. Te Miro mountain bike park is 12 km away. Hobiton is 25 km away. No toilet provided / need to bring your own.
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Lonely Goat Farm

2 sites · RVs9 acres · Albany
Located 15 minutes from Orewa Beach we have a rural Outlook with spectacular sunsets. You can walk the paddocks and bush area and enjoy peace and quiet. Our goats are friendly and love to have treats. Silverdale centre and mall are 10 minutes away by car for easy shopping. The beach at Orewa is bustling with cafes and bars, with great waves on the long white beach.
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Nature's Haven

3 sites · RVs, Tents23 acres · Tuakau
23 Arces - large amount of fruit trees and natural springs. From plums, mandarins, nectarines and cherry plums. Berries of all kinds, blueberries, blackberries etc Birds ranging from Tuis, parrots and cockatoos. Thundercross dirt bike park within 12 minutes and Naike Cafe and caves 12 minutes away in opposite direction.
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James' place

10 sites · RVs, Tents55 acres · Whangarei
55 Acres, half native bush, half pasture. Beautiful views over harbour. Small creek. Bush walks. Bike riding. About 10 mins drive to Whangarei. On the road to Smugglers Cove and Ocean's beach. We have a range of sites each with their own advantages. Some have better views of harbour and sunsets, others are more protected from the weather. Some are easier to get to, some are close to the main house. There is a large historical Pa (Maori fortified hill top) near by.
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Seaviews Pataua

1 site · RV, Tent50 acres · Whangarei
Cabin available 50 acres native virgin NZ bush swimming pool hot tub paddock kayaks river close to surf beach. Float benneath the stars, see morepork, wood pidgeons, hear kiwi bird, fishing kayaks river to secluded beach, 1hour long native bush walk 500year old kauri trees privacy spring drinking water and so much
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The Big Tree

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Tuakau
There is beautiful native bush On our property with large trees and a creek. We are close to Auckland and Auckland airport. The ideal spot for the start of your holiday or the last night of your trip. Camper toilet disposal facilities just around the corner. Great bars and restaurants in walking distance..
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Māra Kokotoha

1 site · RV, Tent16 acres · Whangarei
We are 16 acres on a gentle slope at the west end of Whangārei near the Pukenui forest. We are in the process of rebuilding native forest as well as developing a new orchard. We have a well established banana grove which we harvest throughout the year. We are in a relatively quiet space for being just 15 minutes to town center and you'll wake up to rich bird song every morning and fall asleep to the sound of ruru calling from the trees. We are a few minutes to the lovely Pukenui forest reserve, 15 minutes to Parihaka, 20 minutes to Whangārei Falls and Abbey Caves, 35-50 minutes to bay and open ocean beaches. LGBTQIA2SP+ friendly! Kid friendly!
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TItoki Retreat

1 site · RV, Tent4 acres · Whangarei
Great view over Mangakahia River including long 6 span bridge. Private and peaceful on road to Kaikohe. 15lms west of Maungatapere. Several camping sites on 4 acres. Rustic rural property with protected birdlife. River walks and eeling available. 30 minutes by car from Whangarei and 2 minutes to Titoki General Store. Limited fresh water available. Easy access.
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Valley View

1 site · Tent2 acres · Wellsford
Secluded,, Bush walks,, handy to beaches,, village markets,, 50 private acres for observing nature with giant kauri trees,, Flat ground for tents,, also cabins available,, fully self contained with kitchen,,, bathroom,,, lounge/dining,,, bedroom,,, TV,, and VIDIO available,,, linen provided no camping in forest
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Overview

Ask a Kiwi what defines New Zealand (Aotearoa), and you'll get markedly different answers depending on where they hail from—even if they only grew up hours apart. That may be because New Zealand crams diverse landscapes and experiences into its 268,021 square kilometres. You can sleep at Māori maraes, park your campervan at the foot of active volcanoes, unroll your sleeping bag metres from the sea or deep in the rainforest, or pitch a tent at the foot of snow-capped mountains. Kiwis love road trips thanks to an extensive network of frontcountry, backcountry, and even urban camping areas. Freedom camping in New Zealand is also widespread, with free camping sites sometimes even equipped with flush toilets and hot showers. Department of Conservation (DOC) campsites and holiday parks can be found in even the most remote corners of the country, while local hosts are among the most welcoming you’ll find anywhere in the world.

Where to go

Northland (North Island)

This stretch of land north of Auckland is the birthplace of both Māoridom and modern New Zealand. Campsites in the Bay of Islands offer modern amenities and services, while seaside sites in the relatively unpopulated Far North region do justice to the phrase "winterless north."

Waikato (North Island)

Just south of Auckland, Waikato may be known for its cows, but this is also where you'll find some of the most dynamic camping in the region, including riverbanks and caves lit up at night with glowworms, surf beaches, and the bays and inlets of the Coromandel.

Bay of Plenty & Hawke's Bay (North Island)

Kiwifruits, wineries, and seafood are just part of what makes these two regions so plentiful. In addition to beachfront camping sites, you'll also find farm stays and further inland, camping among the misty mountain peaks of Te Urewera or beside the steaming geysers at Rotorua.

Ruapehu (North Island)

Within the volcanic heart of the North Island, the Ruapehu region also marks the start Whanganui River, with its headwaters in Tongariro National Park. Lava flows have defined this landscape, yet you can also park your motorhome among lush green rainforest.

Tasman/Nelson & Marlborough (South Island)

After a ferry ride from Wellington, you'll arrive to the northern end of the South Island, where these Tasman and Marlborough are known for their gold-hued beaches (especially in the aptly named Golden Bay and Abel Tasman National Park), plus kayaking, wineries, endless coastline, and native bush.

West Coast (South Island)

New Zealand's West Coast is known for being both wild and wet. It lives up to both descriptions, but it isn't all rain and gloom. Here, you'll find glaciers that nearly touch the sea, native rainforest, windswept beaches, and some of the country's most remote campsites.

Canterbury (South Island)

From the turquoise lakes of Mackenzie Country and the snow-capped peaks of Arthur's Pass to the braided rivers that cross the plains, Canterbury is as big as it is diverse. Want to camp beachside, riverside, oceanside, mountainside, lakeside, or even cityside in Christchurch? Find it all in Canterbury.

Otago (South Island)

Otago's urban centre of Queenstown is known for hustle and bustle, but it's easy to find yourself totally immersed in wilderness after just a short drive. With massive lakes, rushing rivers, and high mountain peaks, there's no shortage of adventure or camping grounds in the country's adrenaline capital.

Fiordland & Stewart Island (South Island)

Fiordland National Park is one of New Zealand's most remote regions—yet it's also one of the most visited. The postcard-perfect Milford Sound is what lures many here, but for those who have time to camp for a few nights, it offers unparalleled wilderness opportunities starting from Te Anau.

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