Camping area inside a nice park. Quiet and scenic. Lots of walks around and golf course. Cold showers, toilets, electric at sites. $8 per adult, $4 extra for electric. Self contained motorhomes only. Tent sites available only in summer months.
Free camping spot in a small public park. Toilets nearby, no other facilities. No much of a view, but still a nice QUIET place for the night.
Wild camping is allowed in all public land as long as you vehicle is self contained and there are no more than 3 campers within a 50m radius.
Lodge and campsite. Expensive, but the only place in Milford to camp. Top notch facilities. Internet is satellite, and pay per mb. Ask for a spot in the back by the river, better views! $25 per person for powered campsite.
Big park next to the lake. Lots of space to park and camp. No facilities except pretty nasty toilets. But you'll stay for the view not the amenities. Town of Cromwell is 2km away and has gas, dump station and several good wineries! Free to camp. Pack out your rubbish.
Nice campground on a working farm. There is a hike to a waterfall that has glow worms. bathrooms with showers and laundry facilities. A bonus is the wood fire common area with gas bbq. $18pp for a powered site.
DOC site in the woods next to a small creek. Seperate tent spots, covered shelter for dishes and cooking. Private parking spots for RVs. Pit toilets, but very clean. $6 PP. Very close to Mordor. Watch out for orcs.
Gravel parking area right on the lake with short walks. No facilities. Free camping, but only for self contained motorhomes or vans. Can be windy, but beautiful views. Toilets and a dump station just a few km south.
Free spot next to a lake. Has toilets, but no other amenities. Only self contained motorhomes are allowed, no tents. Very close to the hobbiton movie set. Free camp here a few nights to save up for the crazy priced tour.
DOC campground next to an beautiful beach. Can be crowed in high season but still enough place, even a Saturday in summer time. 2$ for a rubbish bag the first day, 10$ per adult per night and 5$ per kid over 4 years old, free under 5.
This is the iSITE location in Waitomo where you can find nearby locations to explore caves and witness the beauty of Glowworms. well worth a visit! I used the Black Water Rafting Co which was nice, but personally I found the price higher than needed. the water is fun, but a simple cave walk is nice and cheap.