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Kelowna, Canada
Reviewed 4 December 2016

Riding from the North Islands interior headed to New Plymouth and running out of day gave my wife and I one of life's great small gifts in our discovery of Seaview Holiday Park back in 2002. Living in Auckland and being committed motorcyclist we travelled most of New Zealand during our 15 year vacation in this motorcycle paradise. Coming down...

Thank RobertTimco
Tauranga, New Zealand
Reviewed 22 September 2016

The type of campground that that we were brought up with. Lovely location, great people, helpful staff and clean facilities and we'll kept grounds. The campground seem to attract like minded laid back beings and dogs. Loved the fishing facilities and smoker. Great place to forget all those things eating away your mind and soul caused by modern society, even...

Thank kuwahara84
Reviewed 26 April 2016 via mobile

Stopped here one night on route Akl to New Plymouth, really greatful they stayed open for our late arrival at 9pm. We had a powered site, all sites basically on beach with sea view, staff friendly and helpful. Amenities outdated but clean. Camp had a good feel, lots of permanent huts onsite and friendly locals. We would have stayed another...

Thank Wendy R
Raglan, New Zealand
Reviewed 7 January 2016

Stayed for two nights in December 2015, boxing day and the next. Good size pitch, clean toilet and potable water nearby. 50m from the beach. Shower block is old but does the job. Friendly, super cruisy staff. Only problem ive found here, both this time & in the past, is the fisherman's motorbikes that rumble through the camp at 5am....

Thank Freeeeedom
Christchurch, New Zealand
Reviewed 1 March 2015

Certainly this camping ground is not going to win any awards for modern facilities, but it reminded us of the old style of Kiwi camping ground that we grew up with. The highlight is the location, right next to the beach with sea views. And Mokau has something special about it... the headland, the curved bridge, the beautiful wee island...

2Thank Mark R
Reviewed 27 January 2015

We camped at Seaview. The facilities are old but well maintained and clean. The tent camping area is handy to the kitchen and shower block and has its own direct access to the very nice black sand beach and nestles against a bush-clad hillside.. When booking, we were told that Awakino Service Station sells milk and bread but we found...

3Thank Stephen P
New Plymouth, New Zealand
Reviewed 8 May 2014

Called a month in advance to get a great cabin. Booked and it was fine. Needed to double check 2 nights b4 due to go, and wasn't booked in. Put in a crappy container cabin, it leaked, smelt bad, and worst of all, our 1st night the light in kitchen went out, asked them to come and fix it the...

9Thank HannAsh123
Auckland Region, New Zealand
Reviewed 22 April 2014

You get what you pay for here, and you need to understand that you are staying in a very "old-school" kiwi campground. We stayed in the 'pink' cabin (for $65). It has what you need, but expect formica tabletops, very old decor and a musty smell. The bed was comfortable enough. The location is fantastic, right on the wild west...

6Thank kiwilassee
Reviewed 28 May 2013

Very friendly owner kindly let us refresh our motorhome at their dump station and use the hot showers for small fee. We did not overnight here, but it is a lovely location right on the beach with nice level allotments.

2Thank Kathy H
Christchurch, New Zealand
Reviewed 16 February 2013

Had a great stay here. Both the proprieters were always very helpful and made you very welcomed. Although not state of the art, it is very comfortable and had everything I required plus the massive bonus of the beach only a hop, skip and jump away. Its like the good old kiwi holiday you use to be able to take...

4Thank NZRelievingTeacher

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Address: State Highway 3, Mokau, New Zealand
Region: New Zealand > North Island > Taranaki Region > Mokau
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