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Katikati Naturist Park

149 Wharawhara Road, Katikati, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand
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Tom and Ami Carrigan

The holiday park for people who like swimming naked and going free of clothes. 5ha of rural riverside privacy and peacefulness. Large sites, very sheltered, pool, spas, sauna, miniputt, petanque. All facilities except dryer available with no extra charges. Day visitors welcome.

  • Tent and Caravan sites $17 per adult per night (powered and unpowered)
    * On-site caravans $52 /night for 2 people * Kitchen cabins $68/night for 2 people * Self-contained chalets $88/night for 2 people * Park Motel $104/night for 2 people

All our prices include free showers and use of all the recreation facilities.

To support these we have two ablutions blocks including gas BBQ’s, wood fired BBQ, laundries, etc

To entertain our guests we have:

  • A swimming pool * 2 spa pools * A recreation room with pool table, TV, table tennis, library, and sauna * Miniputt * Petanque * Outdoor chess and draughts * Frisbee golf


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  • 29th Mar, 2017

    Enjoyable Day visits

    I have visited and done 5 visits. Very enjoyable relaxing with like minded people living there and meeting visitors from NZ and around the world. Tom and Ami the new owners make you welcome. Was $10 but has gone up to $15 which is still cheap and worth going. One hour travel from home town Rotorua. Looking forward coming back later in the year.
  • 5th Mar, 2017


    Fantastic place to be naked - I really loved it <3
  • 10th Jan, 2017

    Relaxing & Friendly

    Very relaxing & friendly place to stay and the ground & facilities are all in immaculate condition. We planned to just stay over New Year Eve 2017 in our trusty tent but ended up staying longer (until it leaked that is LOL) - now we have a new tent so we will definitely be back for another stay soon!
  • 10th Dec, 2016

    So relaxing

    Tom & Ami are amazing, from the time you arrive until you depart, you are what is important to them, making sure your stay is comfortable and enjoyable. the facilities are so clean and tidy and the spa's and swimming pool just fab. If you want to wake up to the birds singing in chorus and the serenity of the rural aspect then this is the place to be. Tom & Ami will sure make you feel welcome. Just love this place.
  • 24th Nov, 2016


    A wonderfull place to relax, Just finished spending 20 nights camping in a powered site there :) Always a pleasure to return and enjoy everthing that the place has to offer. Great people and great storys to share and if you visit you must check out the river near the glades...so peacefull listing to the river and soaking up the sun. So sad to see Kevin and Joan go but a job well done to you both for the many years you have made this place a joy to come back too, enjoy your retirement to you both :) And welcome to the new owners. I will be back for sure for another long stay.
  • 18th Oct, 2016


    This has to be THE nicest and most relaxing place to stay. I will definitely be down again this summer when I'm not working. Hell, I'll be staying there again even when I'm working
  • 26th Sep, 2016


    Great place - we come at least twice yearly from the Kāpiti Coast and it is so worth the drive. friendly but not intrusive, always immaculately clean, comfortable cabin and time to unwind. You can be as social or as private as you like. Thanks team!!
  • 6th Jul, 2016


    Love staying at this place. Heaps to do and such a beautiful, peaceful setting.
  • 30th May, 2016


    Wonderful time at Katikati...first time going oh natural. Three day's of complete relaxation, met with lovely people.
  • 6th Mar, 2016


    We stayed last week for a night in the motel unit. First-timers to Kati Kati Naturist Park but it will not be the last time. What an amazing experience! A very well set out place which was in immaculate condition. We enjoyed a swim in the pool and a spa. We had a bbq for dinner in the communal area and met some of the other folk staying and they were so friendly and welcoming. There was no pressure to unclothe but it felt so good to do it and enjoy the beautiful weather. Looking forward to returning there in the very near future.