Oahu has 112 campsites and 17 campgrounds scattered across the island. Before embarking on your camp journey, be sure to get the applicable permit and reserve your campsite. Use this county site to reserve your site and get your permit, and check out some of our favorite campsites below.
Bellows Field Beach ParkVisit Website
Score a permit for one of the 25 campsites at this stunning white sand beach in Waimanalo on the east side of Oahu. With stunning ocean and mountain views, this is one of the most picturesque spots for Oahu camping.
Hoʻomaluhia Botanical GardenVisit Website
Adequately known as a “peaceful refuge” this 400-acre park in Kaneohe has 20 campsites and amenities like outdoor showers, picnic areas, and a tranquil lake perfect for fishing and grounds nearby for hiking. If you are looking for a non-beach camping experience, this is the place to go!
Kualoa Regional Park & CampgroundVisit Website
There are two campgrounds located in this park in Kualoa Bay. Campground A is smaller with 5 campsites, a comfort station and an outdoor shower but is closed during the summer for park programs. The beach campground, Campground B, has beautiful ocean views of Chinaman’s Hat, 10 campsites, a comfort station, and outdoor showers.
This North Shore campground is one of the most popular places for camping on Oahu and has lots of well kept amenities including a camp store, fire pits, bathrooms, showers, and even an occasional food truck. The beach is perfect for swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding, and surfing. The grounds also have a variety of accommodations including; beach camping, plantation hales & suites, car camping, and tent camping.