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Lake Paringa Campsite

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About

Enjoy boating, fishing and swimming in the lake. Walk the Haast to Paringa Cattle Track.

Price

$6.50 - $13 per night

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Access: Car, campervan and caravan.

Bookings: Bookings not required, first come, first served.

Facilities:  Boat ramp, can drink water from the stream. 12 non-powered tent sites. No dogs are allowed.

Activities: Boating, swimming, fishing, walking and tramping.

Fees

Find out more on the Department of Conservation website.

Pay cash on arrival at the self-registration stand at the campsite.

Getting there

Beside SH6, 40 km north of Haast. Gravel road.

Passes

Campsite pass for rental campervans can be used at this campsite.

Directions

Paringa, 7886, WEST COAST, New Zealand

Beside SH6, 40 km north of Haast. Gravel road.

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