Camp KeanaeVisit Website
At Camp Keanae, choose between tent camping, van camping, cabins, cottages or an ohana suite located inside one of the on-site buildings. After exploring the Haiku campgrounds which include fire pits, game fields, and a full size gymnasium, you may want to visit nearby attractions such as Honomanu Bay, the Keanae Arboretum, or Keanae Point.
Camp OlowaluVisit Website
At Camp Olowalu you will find campsites, tentalows, cabins, and car camping all in one beachfront campground community. The rates are affordable and the campground amenities are some of the best on island. Located in West Maui, enjoy stunning sunset views while you whale watch, snorkel, kayak, or paddle board at this tropical oasis.
Hosmer GroveVisit Website
If you are looking for accessible camping near the summit of Haleakala, Hosmer Grove Campground is for you. The site is located inside Haleakala National Park and the cabins and campgrounds are first come, first serve and amenities include picnic tables, BBQ grills, water, and toilets. The campsite is at 7,000 feet elevation so expect cold and sometimes rainy weather. The campground is surrounded by trees and greenery, however the landscape beyond is barren and volcanic.
One of the two campgrounds located within Haleakala National Park, these lush coastal campgrounds can be found about 12 miles past Hana. Surrounding the campgrounds are stunning views from coastal cliffs, waterfalls, and freshwater pools known as “Seven Sacred Pools”. Kipahulu Campgrounds amenities include picnic tables, BBQ grills, and toilets.
Wai’anapanapa State ParkVisit Website
Discover the beauty of one of Maui’s favorite black sand beaches with its lava tubes, a hala forest, tide pools, and more breathtaking terrain. Sleep in one of the campsites 12 cabins or get a permit to drive in and camp in your own camper vehicle. This is a favorite camp site on the Road to Hana and is not to be missed! Make your reservation before hand and do not forget to bring your permit with you.