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Camping Locations

Camping in public areas is not permitted.
Be sure to make reservations well in advance of your trip!
Reservations are required at each location.
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Camp Olowalu - TEMPORARILY CLOSED
Best camping near Lahaina

Located about 6 miles south of Lahaina, this private campground has 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 + private beach

 

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

 

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Hosmer Grove
This campground fills up fast!
At 7,000 ft in elevation within Haleakala National Park, 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. There are plenty of recreation opportunities here with many hiking trails!​ Be sure to 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)

(808) 248-7375
https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/10068557

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Ke'anae Uka
Halfway to Hana
This gorgeous site was previously the YMCA campground, and has been redone and reopened in Spring '23 to accommodate events, large groups, and of course camping! Here you'll be treated to hot showers, bathroom access and sweeping views in a unique and ideal location halfway to Hana.

This sacred 
property is also nestled above the town’s famous, “Aunty Sandy’s Banana Bread” shop!
  • Hot showers

  • Bathrooms with running water

  • Incredible views

  • Great, rare location

Campsite reservations $116/night + $15/day per person. 

Staying here supports local organization Na Moku, whose mission is to educate, maintain and ensure respect for the indigenous peoples of Ke'anae-Wailuanui Ahupuaʻa.
https://www.keanaeuka.com

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Wainapanapa State Park
There is no cell reception in this area.

Wainapanapa is located on your left a few miles before reaching Hana town. This state park attracts a lot of tourists, so please keep that in mind as you navigate the drive. Enjoy flat, grassy camp spots, picnic tables and restrooms.

  • Picnic tables

  • Grills

  • Restrooms

  • Outdoor showers

  • Ocean views

  • Black sand beach

  • Drinking water​

 

Camping fee is $30 per campsite per night 

($20 for Hawai'i residents with valid ID)

(808) 984-8109
https://dlnr.hawaii.gov/dsp/parks/maui/waianapanapa-state-park/

 

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Kipahulu - "7 Sacred Pools"
 
About 10 miles past Hana, this camping spot is 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

  • Ocean views

Camping fee is included in the park entrance ticket

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

+1 (808) 248-7375
https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/10068563

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