Kauaeranga Valley Camping

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Booms Flat Campsite

Booms Flat Campsite is a popular and spacious campsite run by the Department of Conservation in the Kauaeranga Valley.

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Catleys Campsite

Catleys Campsite is one of many campsites run by the Department of Conservation in the Kauaeranga Valley.

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Hotoritori Campsite

This river side camping ground is a popular spot for mountain bikers and horse trekkers with tracks starting at the base of this Department of Conservation camp.

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Kahikatea Campsite

This picturesque campsite is one of nine Department of Conservation campsites located in the Kauaeranga Valley and allows you to camp across the road from the river and explore one of the many Kauaeranga Valley short walks. Walks range from easy, 20 minutes walks on well-formed tracks to the overnight Kauaeranga...

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Kauaeranga Forest Education Camp

The Kauaeranga Forest Education Camp is a perfect location to set up base and explore the many trails and historical sites in this beautiful Valley.  Come explore for yourself – you will not be disappointed!

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Kauaeranga Valley Christian Camp

The Kauaeranga Valley Christian Camp is surrounded by hill-country farms and within easy reach of the acclaimed Pinnacles tramp.  It is built on 16 acres of terraced grassland overlooking the Kauaeranga River.

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Shag Stream Campsite

This scenic, riverside campsite is an ideal base for exploring the Valley. A replica Kauri Dam is a 20minute walk away.

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Totara Flat Campsite

This is one of nine DOC campsites beside the Kauaeranga River.  Giving you the opportunity to camp either alongside the river, or higher up, Totara Flat has a boardwalk which leads you through the forest and a fantastic base to explore the valley.

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Trestle View Campsite

This scenic campsite in the Kauaeranga Valley, is at the end of the valley and closest to the Webb Creek Track up to the Pinnacles and Billigoat Basin Track. Camp at the start of the Kauri Trail, walk the trail or explore other places.

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Wainora Campsite

This scenic campsite is at the start of the Cookson Kauri Walk/Wainora Kauri Track, with attractive water views on the walk.

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Whangaiterega Campsite

Camp near to where the Whangaiterenga Stream and Kauaeranga River meet. From the campsite there is a 1-hour return walk to a lookout which is worth checking out.

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