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The 20 best camping spots in Hawaii.

Where the view from your tent beats any postcard.

Ultimate Hawaiian Tent Camping
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1. Ultimate Hawaiian Tent Camping

Come enjoy island camping at it's finest! There are three sites to choose from on the property with equal access to the shared amenities. Ask me...

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Peter's Land (Colorado)
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2. Peter's Land (Colorado)

Costilla County is also home to much wildlife such as deer, elk and antelope, which may often be seen in herds grazing in the fields. Coyotes,...

From the Big Island to Kauai, there's a reason campers and nature lovers flock to this island paradise. For an incredible camping experience on Hawaii, set up camp and immerse yourself in your island's vibrant natural scenery, rich local culture, and world of outdoor adventures. A trip to Maui offers the best of Hawaii state park camping. Hike the forested cliffs of Haleakalā Read more...
From the Big Island to Kauai, there's a reason campers and nature lovers flock to this island paradise. For an incredible camping experience on Hawaii, set up camp and immerse yourself in your island's vibrant natural scenery, rich local culture, and world of outdoor adventures. A trip to Maui offers the best of Hawaii state park camping. Hike the forested cliffs of Haleakalā National Park, where your hard work pays off in scenic ocean views, refreshing rain showers and close proximity to the Seven Sacred Pools. To experience the Big Island a little differently, explore the local lodgings with a trip to a permaculture farm, local ranch or forested retreat, just a short walk away from black sand beaches, bursting tide pools, and lava formations. A morning at the farmers market is a great way to get to know the local musicians, farmers and craftspeople who contribute to Hawaii's rich and diverse culture. Ready to step out of that tent into the heart and soul of Hawaii's best surfing? Head to O'ahu, where primitive, tranquil camping can still be found away from busy Honolulu. If you've made it to Hawaii with camping gear in tow, you're already doing it right.
Hawaiian coastline Jungle camp
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3. Hawaiian coastline Jungle camp

Welcome to Ewa-Wava Farm! Where you get to camp under the Hawaiian sky and stars. Our guests pitch their tent under the Hawaiian skies and stars...

Forest Retreat
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4. Forest Retreat

Bring a tent or come camp on the floor of the pole house that I'm building on site. It's 15 feet in the air and the view up there is amazing. I...

The modern Hawaiian alphabet contains only thirteen letters: a, e, i, o, u, h, k, l, m, n, p, w, and 'okina
Waipi'o Hostel Camp
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5. Waipi'o Hostel Camp

88% Recommend (13 Campers)

Waipi'o Hostel and Campsite is located in Kukuihaele less than a mile from majestic Waipiʻo Valley. In a place where horses and wild turkeys often...

Lisa
Lisa: The Waipi'o Hostel was a great spot to camp! It is located a 5 minute drive from the Waipio lookout and 15 minutes from...
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Spirit Seeds Permaculture Camp
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6. Spirit Seeds Permaculture Camp

This beautiful location on the East Side of Hawai`i Island is in an idyllic organic sheep pasture. A Tibetan Buddhist Temple is hidden in the same...

Brian
Brian: Our experience with Spirit Seeds was not the best, but could be easily improved with a few details on the owner's part. By the...
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Since 1978, the Ironman World Championships have been held yearly in Hawaii.
Fire Rock Ranch Camp
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7. Fire Rock Ranch Camp

A 100 year old lava rock flow is the setting for this camp!A unique setting on the Big Island, this camp is a tent cabin located in the Hawaiian...

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I'olani Farm
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8. I'olani Farm

We have a private jungle "tentalow" site with an ocean view; 3 minutes by foot from parking and our communal bath house which has an outdoor...

Majorie
Majorie: I had a nice stay there. John and Ariel are really sweet people and I think that if you are searching for a jungle immersion,...
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The island of Maui is home to the world's largest dormant volcano, the Haleakala Crater.
Kalōpā State Campsites

9. Kalōpā State Campsites

Kaopa State Campsites sit mutually aside by the area’s large cabins. Noted for only providing tent campsites, the dotting campsites are geared...

Kalōpā State Cabins

10. Kalōpā State Cabins

Kalopa State Cabins sit within the vibrant vegetation of the Hamakua Forest Reserve, where a capacity capping eight campers will be enveloped by...

Hawaii's Mauna Kea is the tallest mountain in the world, if you measure from its base on the ocean floor.
Hāpuna Shelters

11. Hāpuna Shelters

Calm seas comb the tranquil shore lines; all is quiet, bathed in situational peace of mind. Hapuan Shelters line the area’s well-kept shorelines,...

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Kīholo Campground

12. Kīholo Campground

Remotely located on the lava-covered coastal park in the Kiholo Bay Fishery Management Area, Kiholo Campground offers just tent only camping. Here...

Nämakanipaio Campground

13. Nämakanipaio Campground

Located 31. 5 miles south of Hilo on Highway 11, Nämakanipaio Campground is a large open grassy area at 4,000 feet of elevation featuring tall...

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Kulanaokuaiki Campground

14. Kulanaokuaiki Campground

About five miles down Hulina Pali Road, Kulanaokuaiki Campground is a new campground with two wheelchair accessible sites. Daytime temps range from...

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Manukā Campsite

15. Manukā Campsite

Manuka Campsite is nestled in the area’s namesake park, secluded by introduced hardwoods and endemic fauna. And, with the area’s two-mile nature...

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Kīpahulu Campground

16. Kīpahulu Campground

One of two car accessible campgrounds in the park, Kipahulu Campground sits on a grassy area just above the ocean. It’s located on the east side of...

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Waiʻānapanapa Campground

17. Waiʻānapanapa Campground

Offering wildlife viewing opportunities of the area’s both endemic and migratory seabirds, Waiʻānapanapa Campground is a favorite among the avian...

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Waiʻānapanapa Cabins

18. Waiʻānapanapa Cabins

The Waiʻānapanapa Cabins sit alongside the area’s namesake park, overlooking the crashing waves of the nearby cove. While here, you'll enjoy the...

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Palikū Campsite

19. Palikū Campsite

Located at 6,380 feet on the east end of the Wilderness valley at the base of a rainforest cliff, Palikū Campsite is accessed via a challenging 9....

Hōlua Campsite

20. Hōlua Campsite

Hōlua Campsite is a wilderness camp at 6,940 feet in the native shrubland near Koʻolau Gap. It’s accessible by hiking 3. 7 miles down the Halemauʻu...

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