Camp Bay Campsite
Located in Queen Charlotte Sound/Tōtaranui area in the Marlborough region
IntroductionIn a sheltered bay with fishing, boating, walking, mountain biking, plus a lodge with a bar, small shop and restaurant nearby. Boat and walk-in access only.
- Non-powered/tent sites
- Shelter for cooking
- Toilets - flush
- Water from tap - not treated, boil before use
- Mountain biking
- Walking and tramping
Mountain bikes are only permitted on the Queen Charlotte Track between Ship Cove and Camp Bay between 1 March and 30 November.
In December, January and February you can only mountain bike from Camp Bay to Punga Cove or to Kenepuru Saddle via the direct track to the road.
Fires are not permitted at any time. See fire rules on conservation land.
Payment with a DOC Campsite Pass is preferred. Otherwise, pay your fees with cash at the self-registration stand at the campsite or to the camp warden if present. Put the correct fee in the envelope provided and place the receipt section of the envelope on your vehicle or tent.
- Adult (18+ years): $10 per night
- Child (5–17 years): $5 per night
- Infant (0–4 years): free
The DOC Campsite Pass can be used at this campsite.
Walk or cycle the Queen Charlotte Track or drive to Kenepuru Saddle and walk/cycle in - a 30 minute walk or mountain bike from Kenepuru Saddle road end on the Queen Charlotte Track. Water taxis access Camp Bay and Punga Cove daily from Picton.
Endeavour Inlet, Queen Charlotte Sound.
NZTM2000 coordinates: E1696387, N5446490
Latitude: -41.12766917, Longitude: 174.14734596
- All groups must include a responsible adult 18+.
- Quiet hours are from 9:30 pm – 6:30 am.
- Music players must be used with headphones or played at a level not audible to neighbouring campsites.
If you plan to enjoy the water, learn how to stay safe when swimming, boating and fishing.
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