Our camp has been developed to cater for a wide variety of groups, including Churches, Youth Groups, Schools and other Community groups. It is also used for seminars, retreats and special functions.
Our sleeping accommodation is essentially under one roof which provides easy and secure supervision. Other facilities include a separate hall and gymnasium, providing many options for indoor sports and other activities including a climbing wall.
Camp Raglan has residential cooks who provide excellent meals, and with prior arrangements, special dietary needs can be catered for.
If you have never been to Camp Raglan, we warmly invite you to come and view our facility. We aim to provide a service and facility that will enrich and enhance your camping experience.
We look forward to sharing our camp with you soon.
Camping site on stream edge
Volley Ball (indoor & outdoor)
Beach & rock pools
Sand Castle Competition
Glow Worm study
Paintball (age 11+)
Shore and bird study
Night Sky Study
Camping under the stars (weather permitting)
6 rooms with 5 bunks
1 room with 2 bunks
TOTAL 64 beds
1 room with 4 bunks
1 room with 3 bunks
1 room with 2 bunks
2 rooms with 5 bunks
TOTAL 36 beds
1 room with 2 bunks
1 room with 4 bunks (Sam’s Retreat)
TOTAL 10 beds
1 room with 1 single bed
Detached Dormitory (Davids Cave)
13 bunks with 1 shower and toilet
TOTAL 26 beds
Except detached dormitory, all rooms plus toilets, showers, lounge, dining room, large hall, first aid room and office are under one roof. There are 111 beds in this area or 137 including detached dormitory.
This building is hired separately from the main camp building. If it is used in conjunction with the main camp building an additional charge per head per night applies.
1x Double room
5 x twin single rooms opening onto a large veranda overlooking the sea
A large lounge/kitchen area
2 x showers
2 x toilets
1 x bathroom
We have a large gymnasium with court markings and sports equipment available on request.
Physical Address: 578 Wainui Rd, Raglan 3297, New Zealand | PH: (07) 825 8068 | Fax: (07) 825 7091
Walks within driving distance:
- Bridal Veil Falls
- Bush walks
- Karamu walking track
- Mount Karioi
- Te Toki gorge
- Wainui Reserve
- Pirongia State Forest Park
- Magic Mountain (farm tours and horse riding)
Educational & Historical
- Botanical gardens (Hamilton)
- Candyland (Gordonton)
- Science study on rocky shore
- Raglan District Museum
- Small town study
- Huntly power station
- Hamilton zoo
- Raglan Harbour Cruises
Rural Living Attractions
- Farm visits (dairy & cattle) on-site cattle and sheep visits
- Glow worm study
- Horse back riding
- Raglan by the Sea Gardens (nominal charge)
- Native Nursery (Whale Bay).
- Waingaro Hot Springs 20kms from Raglan (07) 825 4761
- Waterworld, Te Rapa, Hamilton (07) 849 4559
On arrival please see your Host who will welcome you and will direct you to your dormitories. The person in charge should meet with the Hosts to go over the schedule of events, duty roster etc. Present your itinerary at this time.
We require a number of adults to sleep in the dormitories with the children. Children are your responsibility at all times and they must adhere to all camp rules. We reserve the right to dismiss any who do not adhere to the rules which are given on arrival.
These rooms contain bunks and mattresses. Please bring your own pillows. Furniture and mattresses are not to be moved without permission from your hosts.
You are expected to keep our camp clean and tidy (i.e. dormitories, bedrooms, toilets, showers, stairs and verandahs) as you have found it.
We do all the cooking. Camp Raglan has a resident chef who provides excellent meals, and special dietary needs can be catered for with prior arrangements. Meal times are as follows: Breakfast @ 8am, Lunch @ 12:30pm, Dinner @ 5:30pm. Times may be altered by prior arrangement with your hosts.
Casual meals will be available if advance notice is given. The hirer is responsible to inform hosts and pay for these meals when being invoiced at the end of camp.
|Morning Tea, Afternoon Tea & Supper
Are supplied as requested. Please supply your own biscuits. If you require a packed lunch for any day trips, you need to bring your own drink bottles.
Please supply your own first aid equipment.
All lights must be out and the camp quiet by 11pm. No noise between then and 6:30am.
Alcohol is not permitted on the camp site at all. This includes Bethel House being used by staff.
There is a list of ‘Final Duties’ for the last day cleaning requirements that your host will give to you. This must be completed to our staff’s approval.
A deposit is required before booking is confirmed. This will be counted as part of the total charge. If a group cancels less than 6 months before they are due to arrive this deposit will not be refunded. Under some circumstances the deposit may be transferred to another date.
All fees must be paid in full prior to your camp vacating the property, unless special arrangements have been made.
The fees quoted will be the total cost unless there are damages to equipment, breakage of crockery, or failure to clean up satisfactorily. Please ensure when checking out that the Hosts give a final clearance.
In accordance with our safety regulations and insurance policies, there is to be: No smoking in any of the camp buildings; A complete list of campers and parents, handed in the the office on arrival at camp; A health and safety form must be signed prior to your arrival at camp.
The hirer is responsible for the camp rules being adhered to by every camper and will be responsible to the hosts for expenses incurred through any breaking of these rules.
Each group is expected to manage their own group. Appropriate control must be maintained at all times. We reserve the right to enter any part of the camp if necessary to ensure the safety and well-being of camp property.
We provide all equipment for the activities we advertise. Please bring any extra sports equipment you might need.
Our canteen is available on request but please notify us three weeks beforehand to enable us to have plenty of stock. If you require a list of what’s available, please request this when confirming your booking.
There is an expectation that all groups participate in camp duties. More information about duties are included in the camp pack you receive once you book in your group.