Waikaremoana Holiday Park provides a range of accommodation:
Check our booking page for details and fees on each type of accommodation we have on offer.
Check the online booking site for details and fees for tent sites, powered sites, chalets, cabins, bunkhouse. tourist flats and family units.
The DOC Campsite Pass cannot be used at this campsite.
57 km on SH38 - allow 1 hour to drive as there are some gravel sections.
163 km on the Te Urewera Rainforest Route - allow 3 hours to enjoy this scenic drive along a gravel road.
The highway is a gravel surface for about 90 km between Murupara (north of Te Urewera Visitor Centre at Te Kura Whenua) and Tuai (south of Te Urewera Visitor Centre at Te Kura Whenua).
This may be difficult for lower vehicles and 4 wheel drive/ SUV is recommended.
Put Lake Waikaremoana Holiday Park into Google Maps before leaving your destination as phone access is difficult on SH38.
NZTM2000 coordinates: E1961217, N5702186
Latitude: -38.754533, Longitude: +177.156084
Walks from the holiday park range from 10 minutes to 2 hours on well-formed tracks. Explore the surrounding bush, visit pretty waterfalls and admire views of Lake Waikaremoana. For more information see Lake Waikaremoana short walks.
Lake Waikaremoana is well stocked with rainbow and brown trout. Anglers must have a licence, which can be obtained in advance from the Fish &Game Council or onsite from the holiday park, and adhere to local regulations.
Auckland and parts of the Waikato are at Level 3. DOC huts and campsites are closed in these regions. The rest of New Zealand is at Level 2.