Twin Pines Tourist Park

Address: 340 Puketona Road, Paihia, Bay of Islands, North Island, 0204, New Zealand | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 340 Puketona Road, Paihia, is near Treaty House, Haruru Falls, Paihia Harbour, and Waitangi National Trust & Treaty House.
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      Travel Blogs from Paihia

      Rain....rain...go away

      A travel blog entry by fiandmichael on Feb 08, 2014

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      Journeying further up north, the weather seemed to get worse and worse, getting to the point that the surrounding hills were covered in mist and we could just about see the cars ahead of us. Soon realising we had missed the turning for our next campsite we carried on north to Paihia. We wondered around Paihia and it dawned upon us that we hadn't …

      Harura falls

      A travel blog entry by sojealous on Jan 21, 2014

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      Tuesday 21 JanuaryThere was quiet a bit of rain overnight so pleased we had a cabin. On the news it sounds as though the weather will stay bad for most of the day. We phone around campsites and get a basic cabin booked for 60 dollars on Twin Pines (www.twinpines.co.nz).
      We head off to waipoua forest to look at the ancient Kauri tree (Tane …

      The beautiful Bay of Islands

      A travel blog entry by shazbattical on Oct 08, 2014

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      ... Then of course it was back to the strenuous grind of looking at stuff. You can see the pics of Cape Reinga below. It was simply stunning. I will confess there was a part of me which wondered at traveling for 4hrs (and getting up at 6-something) to see a lighthouse. How good can it be i scoffed? Pretty damn good tbh. It was stunning. It's the point where the Tasman Sea (locally known as the Ditch) meets the Pacific Ocean and ...

      At the top; Day FOUR

      A travel blog entry by theellisious on Aug 21, 2014

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      ... so I cooked up scotch steaks and creamy mushroom sauce. Tia made crispy fried potatoes and we ate together. Ellis and Shane went over the map and planned tomorrow's journey. We have a big day ahead of us tomorrow so we are getting up at 6. Ellis and I still haven't showed in the small shower we keep picking put, but tonight I'm deaf havng one I need some heat. Sorry for late publish we were out of reception :) Goodnight errrbody The Ellisious ...

      The Far North

      A travel blog entry by nbinette04 on Jun 21, 2014

      36 photos

      ... of which has been destroyed through logging and farming. As hugging these massive trees is supposed to bring one safe travels, we had to make sure we did this.

      Dusk fell just as we had finished in the forest. Our tour bus dropped us back off at the motel. Since we were both exhausted at this point, we went to the grocery store to buy some food for the night and the next day, and spent a relaxing evening in our room.
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