Port Waikato School Camp Trust

  Waikato
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Port Waikato School Camp is a non profit organisation and has long been a primary destination for outdoor education in the North Island.

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Port Waikato School Camp has long been a primary destination for outdoor education in the North Island. School camps here are always enjoyable and successful, with generations of families having attended our camp. Word of mouth from adults and students who have stayed with us is only making it more popular!

Located at the mouth of New Zealand’s longest river, the mighty Waikato, this camp has been run since 1989 by a group of enthusiastic volunteers. These volunteers have put a lot of time and effort into the development of the camp and hope that an enjoyable time is had by all.

We provide bunkroom style accommodation for groups of up to 100 students. We offer not just a place to sleep, but also a number of diverse activities to keep you entertained during your stay.

Have a look at our website.

Port Waikato School Camp Trust

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The Port Waikato School Camp Trust is a non profit organisation and has a lot of things that need doing. The main things are the roofs are now needing replacement and the Bio Waste plant is on its last legs and needs to be replaced


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