Parking available at the end of Fox Street and the top of Hauroa Road.
How to get there
Travelling north on Ormond Road, turn right into Fox Street and head to the end of the road.
Things to do
- - Dogs on Leash
- - Mountain Bike Trail
- - Walkway
Things you can't do
- - X No Camping
- - X No Fires
About Whataupoko Reserve
Whataupoko Reserve (formerly Langford Fallon Reserve) has 7km of trails for walking and mountain biking.
The reserve offers sweeping views of Poverty Bay from many sites on the reserve creating a scenic attraction.
The great number of trees on the reserve provides excellent shade to recreational users and extensive planting has brought many native birds to the area, including Tui and Kereru.
Book the reserve for an event
To hold an event on Whataupoko Reserve - use the online booking form
Reserve management plan
Read the sports park management plan
Whataupoko Reserve is 22.408ha. The park was developed in 2011 after Council purchased the land in 1992. Taking its former name the 'Langford Fallon Reserve' from its previous owners Mr Roger Langford and Mr Kevin Fallon. The land was then planted in exotic trees which are now well established. The mountain bike trails were developed in 2003 by a group of volunteers. In September 2005 Council agreed to change the name to Whataupoko Reserve.
The mature exotic tree species provide ample shade to reserve users and the uneven rough surfaces of the old farm tracks provide the perfect terrain for mountain bikes.
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