Take a virtual walk through the park
Have a peek and see just how magical our park is. We are located beach-side with the majestic Tasman Sea stretching before us.
You will find 16 serviced, spacious, level private gravel sites, tastefully set amongst landscape bays, surrounded on 3 side by native Harakeke. Our tent areas are placed around the park, so your never feel hemmed in.
Our absolute Beachfront location allows for a few lucky guests to park up as close as they dare to the beach!
~Fabulous amenities and communal facilities
Available all year round.
Our spacious Powered Sites are surrounded by native Harakeke for privacy and bird song. Each site is approx. 80m2 ~10m x 8m, large enough for most caravans, campervans & motorhomes and awnings, 15 amp power supply, fresh potable water and occasional park wifi! Fur family welcome. Please see our pet policy for details.
We have 3 areas around the park suitable for small tents only. Our grounds are undulating and this can cause issues for larger, multi room tents. If you have a tent larger than a 3man dome tent please contact the park prior to booking online. These areas also suffer from Occasional park wifi! ........................... Not available May to October, weather dependent. Sorry No Dogs
Our absolute beachfront sites offer THE best views of the Tasman Sea, these are spacious, level sites. It can get windy, but that’s all part of the charm of the rugged West Coast’s untamed natural wilderness experience. Suitable for Campervans & motorhomes. Sorry no park Wifi at the sites. Your fur family is welcome. Please see our pet policy for details.
We have a small row of unpowered small campervan sites, great for late arrivals and quick one night stop overs if you’re in a small van or sleeper car. Occasional park wifi! Your fur family is welcome. Please see our pet policy for details.
The weather was lousy, but the facilities and owners of the park were very friendly. The view of the sea was up front and close and was spectacular. It was great to sit in the reception with a cup of coffee, pet the cat Daisy, and have a great conversation with the owners while the Tasman Sea raged outside. I could have stayed a week