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Whanganui River Adventure Tours & Accommodation

Campground (Ramanui)

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Bridge to Nowhere Camp Grounds

Joe and Mandy would like to welcome you to our privately owned Bridge to Nowhere Campground.

We are 9km or 1 1/2 hours paddling below the Mangapurua Landing where you probably stopped to walk into the Bridge to Nowhere.

The campground is about 100 meters up stream from our Bridge to Nowhere Lodge on the same side of the river, so if you are canoeing you will see it first. bar!. The campground was fully upgraded in 2014.

BTN Campground facilities include:

4 cabins
Tent sites
Picnic Tables
Cook House
Gas BBQs
Clothes Lines
Hot Shower
Glow worms

Running water – please boil all drinking water

Cook House
Our large new cook house has two sinks, running water and heaps of bench space. There are also gas rings/ elements and BBQs. Picnic tables and shaded areas surround it!

Hot showers
Our shower block has just been completed. Two private showers with hot water. Bliss!

Bridge to Nowhere Lodge
Campers are welcome to come and visit us up at the Lodge and enjoy a drink or two from our fully licensed bar. It is a 5-10 minute walk up from the campground, just follow the track and go up the steps! If you would like to stay at the Lodge please book in advance by emailing us at

or ring us on 0800 480 308.

We look forward to meeting you!

Bridge to Nowhere Tours


$ 30 Per Person (Shared Cabin)
  • Cabins have 3 or 4 sets of bunks
  • Awesome THICK mattresses
  • Sleeps 6 to 8
  • Tables and Chairs
  • Outdoor Sink with own water supply


$ 15 Per Person
  • Grassed Terraced Areas
  • Overlooks the River
  • Secluded spots available
  • Community Areas

Add an Activity

  • Jet Boat Tour
  • Canoeing
  • Tramping
  • Fully Licensed Bar

With over 40 years of living, working and playing in the park we have an extensive knowledge of the river tracks and their secrets. Visit the Whanganui River,

“Let us show you our world”

Arrive as strangers... leave as friends