Hawke's Bay has a fantastic landscape that provides attractive areas for water sports, picnics, horse-riding, trail biking, mountain biking, hunting and fishing.
Napier and Hastings contain an extensive network of cycling and walking off-road pathways, linking the two cities and coastal settlements.
The Pekapeka wetland restoration in Hawke’s Bay, 10km south of Hastings, has been active for over a decade now and the efforts of many to create a champion wetland are being rewarded
It’s a country park with plenty of variety including a newly developed wetland area, the stream, native trees many of which have been planted by volunteer community groups and schools, a small forestry block and open spaces.
The country park lies within steep hill country in the hills, and includes several mostly easy walks, a wetland, an arboretum, picturesque lakes, and is alongside a DOC wildlife reserve.
Waitangi encompasses an area of 240 ha. It is where the Muddy Creek, Ngaruroro, Tutaekuri and Clive Rivers meet the sea.
This is where the Tukituki river meets the sea, and is located between East Clive and Haumoana.
Welcome to the Hawke's Bay Regional Council webpage giving information on public access to rivers in the region. Hawke's Bay has distinctive braided rivers that provide areas for water sports, picnics, horse-riding, trail and mountain biking and fishing.
A new horse trail is an addition to the Rotary Centennial Pathway, Clive/ River Road (Tukituki). It offers a mix of riverside trails, coastal views and rural settings.
These 'parks' have been constructed by community groups or club volunteers, who will maintain the tracks as required. Designed specifically for bicycles, BMX, jump bikes or mountain bikes