Planning to travel to the breathtaking Coromandel Peninsular in the near future and wondering where you can find a great camping site within the region? Here are a few suggestions for you:
Seabreeze Holiday Park
Located along the Tairua Whitianga Road, just nine 9 kilometres to Hotwater Beach, this spacious park gives you access to several Coromandel attractions. For example, it is just ten minutes away from the Cathedral Cove, Hahei and the Cooks beaches. There are several accommodation options to choose from ranging from self-contained chalets to cabins, a backpackers’ lodge, an RV site and a tent site. The Craft Brewery & Restaurant is located onsite to cater for your dining needs but just in case you prefer home-made food, there is also a grocery store onsite. In case you enjoy live music, the Coroglen Tavern is just five minutes away!
Hahei Holiday Resort
Situated along the 41 Harsant Avenue, Hahei Holiday Resort is the perfect venue for a fun-filled family holiday. Just like the Seabreeze Holiday Park, this resort is close to several of Coromandel’s attractions such as the Cathedral Cove. You can participate in all manner of relaxing activities from walking along the Hahei Beach to swimming and kayaking. You cannot lack accommodation that suits your budget as you get many options such as tent sites, cottages, a backpackers’ hostel and sea-view villas.
Flaxmill Bay is located between Ferry Landing on the East Coast of the Coromandel Peninsular and Cooks Beach. As a guest here, you get to choose between self-contained 1-bedroom cottages and 3-bedroom houses. There is also an area designated for campervans. Need to hold an important conference? The venue has an onsite conferencing facility ideal for small to medium conferences. With Flaxmill Bay being a popular venue for regional events, you are most likely to catch some festivals such as the Leadfoot Festival and the Mercury Bay Art Escape.