Maui's Public Campgrounds

Camp Olowalu
RESERVATION RECOMMENDED
This Campground fills up fast!

The private campground on Maui. Located about 6 miles south of Lahaina. Great landscaping and clean facilities. It's also very close to some of the best snorkeling and summer surf-breaks on the island.

  • Picnic tables

  • Grills

  • WiFi

  • Restrooms w/ sinks

  • Hot Showers

  • Laundry

  • Ocean views

 

Open Monday-Friday 9AM-5PM.

After hours check-in available

Camping fee is $20 per person per night

+1 (808) 661-4303 – www.campolowalu.com

Papalaua Wayside Park
Permits Sold Online

Heading west toward Lahaina the campground will be on your left shortly after a tunnel. While it's close to the road, there are flat, shady parking spots and a long, sandy beach. Easy access and a great place to sleep just a few steps from the ocean.

  • Picnic tables

  • Grills

  • Portable toilets

  • Ocean views

 

Camping fee is $5 per person per night on week days, $8 on weekends and holidays.

+1 (808) 661-4685 –  www.co.maui.hi.us

Camp Kaenae (YMCA)
Reservation Required
(Book in advance because there isn't cell reception in the area)

Camp Keanae is located in the heart of the road to Hana. A repurposed military compound with beautiful coastal views, grassy (sometimes muddy) camp spots, hot showers, a basketball court and eery industrial facilities.

  • Ice machine

  • Fire Pits

  • Gymnasium

  • Playing Field

  • Clifftop ocean views

  • Hot showers

  • Filtered water

  • Flushable Toilets

Camping fees are $30 per person / per night!

http://ymcacampkeanae.org/#accommodations

Wainapanapa ("glistening water")
Reservation Required (STRICTLY Enforced)
(Book in advance because there isn't cell reception in the area)

On your left, a few miles before Hana. This state park attracts a lot of tourists. Flat, grassy camp spots, picnic tables and jungle bathrooms.

  • Picnic tables

  • Grills

  • Restrooms

  • Outdoor showers

  • Ocean views

  • Drinking water

 

Camping fee is $18 per camper van 

($12 for Hawaii residents with valid ID.)

+1 (808) 984-8109

Kipahulu - "7 Sacred Pools" 
(Haleakala National Park) 
No Reservations - Pay at gate
 
About 10 miles past Hana, near the pools at ‘Ohe’o in Haleakala National Park. The campsites overlook the ocean and are a stones throw from the legendary Pipiwai Trail / Waimoku falls hike.

  • Picnic tables

  • Grills

  • Restrooms (in the upper parking lot)

  • Ocean views

Camping fee is included in the park entrance ticket 

$25 per vehicle (entry fee stays valid for 3 days)

*If the ranger station is closed upon arrival, pay on your way out.

+1 (808) 248-7375

Hosmer Grove
No Reservations - Pay at gate
7,000ft in elevation, Hosmer Grove can be VERY CHILLY AT NIGHT. The drive is about 40 miles uphill from sea-level, so plan on taking a few hours.
Angled parking spots and cold temperatures
Bring clothing for rain, snow and / or very chilly nights
  • Picnic tables

  • Grills

  • Pit toilets

  • Views

Camping fee is included in the park entrance ticket 

$25 per vehicle (entry fee stays valid for 3 days)

*If the ranger station is closed upon arrival, pay on your way out.

+1 (808) 248-7375

You may have learned about SUNRISE on the 10,000ft SUMMIT of HALEAKALA...
 
If this is on your itinerary 
CONSIDER GOING FOR SUNSET INSTEAD. 
 
Why?
1. No permits or tours, so it's not nearly as crowded (not even close).
2. Temperatures at sunset are much warmer than at sunrise.
 
3. The sun shines into the crater, enhancing the colorful volcanic landscape.
4. World class star-gazing after the sun goes down.
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