One of the nice things I find about getting out is finding all the little out of the way places you can stay for not a lot…. in other words very good value. They may not be perfectly flat or lacking in something but they make up for it in spades with their charm and beauty.
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Ekatahuna is one of those camping grounds. Great showers, toilets and with power and a well equipped kitchen for those who want them, it is surrounded on three sides by river and is just a stunner.
There is a Heritage walk to the town which is only 5 minutes away.
We arrived in the mid afternoon and checked in and we simply just parked in the middle of the grass. Fiona and I settled opened up some vent, plugged in and we were off to check out the walk around the camp by the river.
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The remains of one of the end supports of an old swing bridge that went across the river as a short cut to town is buried in the trees and can still be seen.
There is a cabin there too which you can stay at and its all very casual and relaxed.
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