If you’re thinking of camping in New Zealand, you’ll want to read this article about how to set up a large campsite. Many people set up a camp near a river, or on a beach, and these are both fine locations for camping – but you can also camp just about anywhere in New Zealand. You’ll need to learn how to set up a large campsite properly, even if that means using mobile shower trailers. Here’s some advice about what to do.
Kaikoura National Park
In the southern part of New Zealand (where most of the large campsites are), there’s a national park called Kaikoura. It’s a gorgeous place – it’s near the West Coast, and has some beautiful waterfalls. Camping there is very easy – you can set up your campsite in no time. Just pull off a boardwalk in the water, and enjoy the landscape. Because it’s in a national park, you can get the necessary permits easily.
Camping Near the Beach
To set up a campsite near a beach, you need to find a good beach. In fact, the beach should be your first choice, because it’s usually far away from civilization, and there aren’t many campsites nearby. You’ll have to build your campsite away from everything else. Make sure it’s set far enough away that you’ll be able to drive straight back to your car when you’re done if that’s an option. You should also make sure there are no coastal strips surrounding your campsite so that no waves get in your way. This is important if you want to enjoy the scenery at all times.
Bring the Right Materials
Now that you know how to set up a large campsite, you’re ready to buy the materials and bring them out. Make sure you get the right size shelters for your needs and don’t skimp on the materials. Don’t try to save money – this is a big investment, and you’ll have to live in this shelter for quite some time.
Learning how to set up a large campsite isn’t difficult. But it does require a bit of planning, preparation, and thought. If you do everything right, it will lead to years of great camping, and lots of good memories. The important thing is that you get started soon. If you wait, you’ll miss the opportunity to have some fun with your friends, and may end up regretting your choice of a large campsite.