List of Maui Campgrounds


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Beach/Shoreline Campgrounds 

Wai'anapanapa State Park Campground A permit is required for this camping location close to the town of Hana. The park also offers cabins for rent, but both camping and cabin permits are often difficult to get, so plan far in advance. This location offers: Outdoor showers, drinkable water, restrooms, Drive-up access, and Black sand beach access.

Kanaha Beach Park Campground (CLOSED) This popular kitesurfing and windsurfing beach is conveniently located near the airport in Kahului. This location offers: Outdoor showers, grills, picnic tables, drinkable water, restrooms, Drive-up access

Camp Olowalu This is a privately owned campsite that offers a nice view of the sunset. This location offers: Outdoor showers, drinkable water, restrooms, Drive-up access

Kipahulu Campground Permit is given upon arrival to the campsite, which is walking distance to Seven Sacred Pools/Pools of Oheo. This location offers: Grills, picnic tables, drinkable water (8 min walk to visitors center for water), restrooms, Drive-up access.

Papalau Wayside Park/Thousand Peaks Located just off the road as you drive towards Lahaina town, this white sand beach offers a wide view of the sunset. This location offers: Restrooms, Drive-up access 

Inland / Mountainous Campgrounds

Hosmer Grove Campground (Haleakala Mountain) No permit is needed for this location, but cold weather gear is needed for this location, as tempatures reach into the 30's at night. This location offers: Outdoor showers, grills, picnic tables, drinkable water, restrooms, Drive-up access

Holua Campground (Haleakala Mountain) Holua is  located at 6000 feet, so prepare for freezing temperatures. Its  3.7 miles down the Halemauu Trail, or 7.4 miles from the Sliding Sand Trail. They also offer cabins for rent, but often booked several months in advance, so plan ahead. This location offers: Drinking water, restrooms. 

Paliku Campground (Haleakala Mountain) Paliku is located 9.3 miles along the Sliding Sands Trail, or 10.4 miles on the Halemauu Trail.  Located at  6900  feet in elevation, cold weather clothing is required. They also offer cabins for rent, but often booked several months in advance, so plan ahead. 

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