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It seemed to us that if people want visitors they could be a little more cooperative and help people with things that crop up. Situated in an almost wilderness environment right on the sea which is probably a little tooooooo close with climate change. Being...More
2 Thank williamjohnson1994
Response from holidaypark, Front Office Manager at Rapahoe Bay Holiday ParkResponded 30 July 2017
It is well documented for the 3 or 4 campers PER WEEK that come to the camp at this time of year (mid-winter) that the place is on an an honesty system. It is still maintained and cleaned, and most people can follow the instructions,...More
The owner is the rudest person I've ever met during my travels. This stay was my worst experience of my whole NZ stay (more than a year with lots of camping).
Avoid this place if you want peace around yourself.
The grumpy old man was...More
3 Thank huszár z
Response from holidaypark, Front Office Manager at Rapahoe Bay Holiday ParkResponded 5 July 2017
Ahaha - here is that person again, trolling through all the accommodation sites with her falsehoods. Funny how her experience is at odds with other people, who write so well of us. As it happens her case stands out because she was trying to get...More
We were there in June last year when a very difficult man who paraded around in a high visibility vest in an agitated state said he was in charge because the caretaker owners were away. He also took off in a huff on a little...More
3 Thank johnandsummer
Response from holidaypark, Front Office Manager at Rapahoe Bay Holiday ParkResponded 24 April 2017
Thank you for the pointing out of our deficiencies, my apologies. We were away on holiday in July last year, not June, and the man you refer to was our temporary manager. He certainly wore a hi-viz jacket. He got a lot of positive responses...More
Quirky little campground run by a lovely couple. Dog friendly too! Beautiful grounds and a stunning beach just thru the flax bush boundary - make sure to witness the sun setting into the ocean . . .breathtaking.
Staying here was a highlight for us. We paid 34 for 2 people in a beachfront powered campervan site, plus $2 for internet access, a pretty good value overall. The beachfront part is what really made this a great value for us, such a lovely...More