63 Rankers Reviews
84 Basic Camping
Swimming, boating, short walks and relaxing is about it at Maitai Bay - a beautiful far North campsite. A sheltered beach with private campsites is the way it rolls. You will not be disappointed!
Please note that the last few km's are on unsealed roads, but good enough for campervans. Please take your rubbish with you. The sites work on a first in first served basis.
North Island ▷ Northland ▷ Kaitaia
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We stayed in July in a campervan. Didn’t book and there was plenty of space. So pleased we found this place. Great facilities and what a beach/beaches. Highly recommend.
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A beautiful slice of heaven. Came on Easter weekend with a lot of locals enjoying their break. What a courteous bunch to camp with 👍👍
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Spent a lovely couple of days here. There was lots of space and plenty of trees to find shade under, the beautiful bay and good clean facilities (flush toilet and cold shower). Paid $13 pppn for a tent pitch.
One of the most beautiful beaches I have seen in New Zealand. Beautifully maintained spacious site and great facilities.
Great location and a lovely beach. The facilitys were tidy and well spread through the site.
I almost had an issue when the ranger came round to check everyone had paid (as there was nobody in the office) as she had no idea about the campsite passes and started making out as if that was my fault! In the end she begrudgingly excepted that it might be something she needed to learn more about and went on her way
Nice big campsite and plenty of space. Basic toilets, cold showers outside. The beaches here are stunning and worth a visit.
Highly recommend if you’re travelling cheap, really nice spot amongst trees. The showers had no doors so were semi private. Beach is AMAZING - especially for boogie board surfing!
Belinda Du Plessis
A slice of paradise!! Green lawns to pitch a tent with lots of shade. No views from the campsites but when you walk over the hill to the beach it is breathtaking. You can expect mozzies and possums at night just like anywhere else in nature - not a biggie. The ranger was super nice and helpful. We stayed two nights and left reluctantly. Will definitely be back!
Thanks to all the good people working for the NZ Department of Conservation - for all your hard work - making NZ more beautiful, accessable and healthy! Cheers 😍