We recently stayed in one of the cabins. The cabin was well fitted out with crockery and a sink and fridge. Being early February, the camp was relatively full but did not find it too noisy nor the facilities too busy. Whilst slightly more expensive than other similar accommodation at other locations, the extras i.e. fridge, kettle, sink and crockery was very convenient to have in the unit. Having to pay for the showers, whilst not a big deal, is a little inconvenient. Found a couple of people washing themselves at the basins. We ate at both restaurants close by, the Park Cafe which is at the Abel Tasman walk entrance, and Hooked on Marahau, which is closest to the Marahau Beach Camp. Both were very good.
- Also Known As:
- Marahau Beach Camp Nelson-Tasman