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Mālaekahana State Recreation Area

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Mālaekahana State Recreation Area, Hawaii

We don’t know about you, but life doesn’t get much sweeter than beachside camping! Imagine going to sleep listening to the sound of the rolling waves and waking up to a beautiful view of the Pacific Read more...
We don’t know about you, but life doesn’t get much sweeter than beachside camping! Imagine going to sleep listening to the sound of the rolling waves and waking up to a beautiful view of the Pacific Ocean. With this in mind, it’s no secret that Mālaekahana State Recreation Area is one of Oahu’s most stunning campgrounds. Spend your days barbecuing, swimming in the cool ocean, and relaxing in one of the most stellar state parks you ever did see. If you’re looking for some exploring, wander over to the nearby historical town Laie, which is home to Hawaii’s Polynesian Cultural Center. What are you waiting for? There’s no doubt Mālaekahana is not to be missed.
Mālaekahana Campground
Body surfing, beautiful beaches, oh my! Mālaekahana Campground is situated just feet from the area’s...
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Coconut Escape
Jayden
Jayden: Pitch your tent or just park your van or car you are staying in right on the grass. It's simple and...
Farm Garden Shed Camp
peter
Peter: Shed located on passion fruit farm in central oahu. Located 10 minutes off of the main road thru a...
Ahupuaʻa ʻO Kahana Campground
After learning about how native Hawaiians live off the land in the amazing “living park” that is...
Keaīwa Heiau Campground
Permeated by aromatic eucalyptus, echoed by the courting calls of Hawaii’s endemic song birds, Keaiwa...
Sand Island Campground
An island smoothed by granules of once large rock formations, Sand Island Campground is a popular...
Pālāʻau Campground
Geez
Geez: The official website states no drinking water, but a tourist site and this one states that there is. I...
Maui Tropical Stream-Side Camp
Jazzy
Jazzy: Pitch your tent streamside in the ancient Mac Nut Grove of our raw organic farmland. Enjoy our open...
tent space
Phil
Phil: 5 acres on the Northshore of Maui. Close to the Hana Hwy. Close to waterfalls and beaches.
Awalau Farm
Jeremy
Jeremy : Awalau Farm is a 30 acre sustainable community located in upcountry Haiku on the Hawaiian island of...
Kalalau Campground
Conor
Conor: Kayaking the Na Pali Coast is only an option during the summer months (roughly April - September) due...
Camp Olowalu
hannah
Hannah: Camp Olowalu is an affordable alternative to hotels while being even closer to nature. Visiting this...
Polihale Campground
Elisa
Elisa: Polihale: a piece of paradise! Normally there is running water & bathrooms; however, when I went...
Hanakoa Campground
Hiking the Kalalau Trail in the Napali Coast State Wilderness Park is challenging to say the least....
Kōkeʻe Campground
Leave the expensive beach resorts to the amateurs, and grab your tent for some unforgettable tropical...
Miloli'i Campground
Once you’ve got the itch to make your way to Kalalau in the Napali Coast State Wilderness Park, you...
Polipoli Cabin
Sitting 6,200-feet above sea level, overlooking much of Kula Forest Reserve, PoliPoli Cabin is a must...
Hosmer Grove
Set in the cooler and windier climes of Haleakala’s cloud belt, Hosmer Grove Campground is just below...
Hōlua Campsite
Calvin
Calvin: How cool is it to sleep at the bottom of volcanic crater? If you're on the island, check this out -...
Palikū Campsite
Located at 6,380 feet on the east end of the Wilderness valley at the base of a rainforest cliff,...