Dargaville Campervan Park and Cabins
Dargaville Campervan Park and cabins is well situated to explore this area of Northland New Zealand. We are 2 and a half hours from the Auckland airport so ideally situated as your first or last days visit to Northland.
The park is set in well planned gardens with all weather parking. We are a small park with 11 cabins . These cabins have been made from KP Railways Carriages and converted into clean and comfortable cabins with their own shower, toilet, fridge, and jug, toaster, t.v. and linen.
The Standard cabins can sleep up to 5 people in a bunk situation . Our deluxe cabins have a queen or 2 single beds only, made up and ready for sleeping. These also have shower, toilet, fridge, jug toaster and T.V.
All cabins are situated close to the communal kitchen. We have private en-suite sites for Vans or if you prefer power site and share the park facilities.
There is a Restaurant, Internet cafe, and Subway beside us The Supermarket is just across the road and also a Warehouse that stocks just about everything you could want. Short stroll to the shops.
Dargaville is a small town of approx. 5000 people and situated handy to miles of white sandy beaches suitable for swimming, surfing, fishing and quad bike hire is available in the area or even horse riding. The Kai Iwi Lakes are lovely and very popular in the summer for swimming and relaxing. The Kauri Forest has the biggest Kauri tree (Tane Mahuta) and one stands in awe beside this massive tree. We have craft people in town working with Kauri making furniture, wooden bowls etc.
The 2 museums in the area are very different and need a few hours put aside to see them. Pouto point and the lighthouse and the miles of white sand in this area is just magic. Some of the comments in our visitor's book are as follows.
Great place to stay, very friendly, Great set-up, cabins are a wonderful idea, Fantastic accommodation and excellent showers, Clean, comfortable, all we needed, interesting concept and affordable.
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This page was last updated: 14 April 2013