For a golden holiday or as a base to travel the “Vanished World Trail”, turn-off 200m east of the bridge over the Maerewhenua River on the eastern edge of Duntroon, and look for a signpost to Naseby and Danseys Pass. The camp is 14km further on, snuggled into a valley in the surrounding hills, on two tiers along the banks of the river. The grounds are well groomed and neatly edged with pine trees. There is a basketball net and a playground. On a lower level are some gorgeous riverside sites. The kitchen is well equipped, with an adjacent dining hall. The excellent facilities are modern and clean, with huge shower cubicles. A carpeted and comfy TV room will be welcome on wet days; however when it is fine there is a choice of two swimming holes. An alternative is gold panning (almost at your tent site) or fly fishing, tramping, mountain biking, or fossil hunting. Power sites $18 and Tent sites $16 per person including free use of laundry equipment. Dogs are alloweed with prior permission only. Your friendly hosts are Scott and Margie Brown and family.