21 Rankers Reviews
35 Freedom Camping
2 Te Puke
Freedom camping beachside at Pukehina Beach... Self-contained and certified campervans and motorhomes can stay here for up to three nights, at Dotterel Point Reserve at the end of Pukehina Parade.
Swimming in the surf by day, fish and chips at the beach by night, life is good!
There is a 3 night maximum stay in any 4 week consecutive period at this site. The 4 consecutive weeks begin from the first overnight stay.
This choice spot is shared with you by locals and the Western Bay of Plenty Council. Show the love back - keep your site clean, obey all signage, and get into holiday mode and give the locals a wave when you see them.
North Island ▷ Bay of Plenty ▷ Te Puke
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Stayed two nights as it Was perfect!
6 bays, on both nights five Campervans...
Clean Toilets and cokd showers.
The Beach with High waves on one side, the other side the calm bar, perfect to swim for the children. Very calm even during the day (February)
Very nice place to stay. It’s a bit windy but the shower is very good, toilets are open 24/7 (no light in girls toilets), the view is amazing. It’s very peaceful and quiet.
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Great spot! Close to the beach. Toilets and outside cold shower. Filled up halfway the afternoon. Two other free campsite's on the samen road.
Great location. Apart from the sound of sea music, very quite at night. Cold water tap and 24hr WC. 9 Marked bays. Long sandy beach.
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Really nice spot right on the coast. Public toilet and outside cold water shower. Great spot for fishing. No dump station or water supply. 4 other Campervans here in car park. Came at about 6pm.
Lovely spot with sea and lagoon on each side of us.
+ toilets open 24/7.
- parking space very cramped in summer only 8 spots.
This is worth a look and a stay.
A real top spot, nicely located on a parking between the beach and a lagoon at the opposite side. Room for 9 campervans, self contained. Clean toilets nearby. Nice beach for a long walk or a swim in the surf.
Extremely beautiful spot. We were lucky enough to be alone. A bit much asphalt but the views are truly fantastic. Furthermore there is a toilet, 1 cold shower and picnic tables. What's more to want on a free spot.
This is sooo close to being my top camping spot in NZ! Level car parking spots, easy to find and clearly marked. Clean toilets right there and steps from the beach. Beautiful views, quiet spot, friendly locals on the beach walk the next day. Thank you for having this free spot.
Absolutely beautiful spot on the beach, next to lifeguard base. Great long beach, sadly too fresh to swim. We were 2 campers, stayed in December! Toilet & cold shower outside. One of our favourites!!
Stayed for one night, a long way through town to get to this windy point. But a great spot to stay. Only maybe 8-10 spaces but there were just 4 of us in mid December. Self contained only and some people came to check but I think there are some toilets too. Right on the beach with a few friendly locals around. Isolated - in a good way.
Simple car park with flush toilets.
Right on the beach.
Much better than staying in normal campsite stuck like sardines.
We were lucky and saw 2 orcas just off the shore during our breakfast.