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Tent site field where guests will pitch their tents on the grass.
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LotusVille Eco retreat and santuary
3 units · Glamping, Tents4 acres · HawaiiLotusVille eco retreat and sanctuary village is an eco village with cabins and tent sites. We...
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$25
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Gorgeous entrance to your cute tent!
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Glamping at North Shore Ranch!!
3 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents1 acre · HawaiiAloha! Peaceful farmland available for glamping farm stays. It’s a convenient 5 minute drive to...
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$39
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Starseed Ranch: Eco-Retreat & Regenerative Farm
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Starseed Ranch
7 units · Glamping26 acres · HawaiiE Komo Mai. Welcome to the pristine northern coast of Hawai’i island. The Kohala Mountains are...
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$134
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This is the view from cabins 2&3 this was in the morning when the moon was setting
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Wahi Nanea Place of Relaxation
6 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents2 acres · Kula, HawaiiThe property is located on Maui island in the Kula district on the drier side of Haleakala. In days before western contact the area was heavily forested with native plants and trees and rainfall was abundant. The native Hawaiian grew bananas, taro and sweet potato. After Western contact businessmen mostly from the United States developed huge tracts of land for ranching and farming which cleared the native forests and destroyed the eco system from the mountain to the sea. Many of the Hawaiian people moved away nearer to the towns and immigrant Chinese laborers from the ranches and plantations moved in. The Chinese brought in the Wattle tree to plant for firewood as these trees grew very fast. These are the majority of the trees that you see today. As part of the Chinese immigration, the founder of modern China, Sun Yat Sen lived here for a time and planned his revolution to overthrow the last Chinese Dynasty. There is a park dedicated to him nearby.We have picnic tables a propane grill, a fire pit and a covered gazebo that is shared with 3 cabins This site is located at the 2800 ft altitude and the temperature at night can range from mid 50 to mid 60 degrees F. If you are planning to go to Haleakala, we are about 45 -60 minutes to the summit. We are also on the south side approach to Hana. There is a great restaurant for breakfast and lunch about 10 minutes away in Keokea town called Grandma's Coffee house.
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Stay cozy and enjoy a restful night as you get sung to sleep by coquis and wake up to birds.
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@FarmToTableHawaii
9 units · Glamping, Tents1 acre · Keaau, HawaiiWellness Retreats for Conscious Foodies + Travelers - enjoy a local farm to table, homesteading...
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$40
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Joe K.’s Land
4 units · Glamping3 acres · Volcano, Hawaii
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Lokahi tent in the distance.
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The Haven at Hawi Nani Ranch
4 units · Glamping, Motorhomes20 acres · HawaiiThe Haven at Hawi Nani is located on a small working horse ranch on 20 acres of lush fields with...
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$100
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Interior Manta Ray Suite
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Banyan Tree Sanctuary Guesthous
3 units · Glamping3 acres · Kailua, HawaiiWe have been the stewards of this aina for over 20 years. When we purchased it in 2002, there...
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$145
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Mocean View Inn
3 units · Glamping1 acre · HawaiiAs a full-time host and tour guide, I take pride is giving people the best experiences possible...
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$55
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Magical Lava Temple Pele's Feet
2 units · Glamping1 acre · Pāhoa, HawaiiAloha ~Are you ready for a Rebirth? An Epic, Elemental Stay?Come join us here at The Lava...
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$65
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Tent camping on a 16 by 16
2 units · Motorhomes, Tents3 acres · Fern Forest, HawaiiLearn more about this land:This is a 16 x 16 ft square wooden platform about 4 ft off the ground, surrounded by Ohia forests. You are welcome to bring your own tent or tents and pitch it for the night 😁🌋🌱.
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Hale Aloha o Kiolaka'a
3 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents22 acres · HawaiiLearn more about this land:Gated parking with easy access to Southpoint, Greensand and Blacksand...
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$55
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All jungle-covered cliffs and sparkling seas, Hawaii is one of the top vacation destinations in the U.S. This tiny state packs in a staggering amount of breathtaking landscapes. From the volcanoes of the Big Island to the canyons of Kauai, the Hawaiian islands offer camping areas you won’t find anywhere else.

If your flight lands on Oahu, your best bet is the beach parks that ring the island. At Mālaekahana State Recreation Area, you’ll find picnic tables, hot showers, and turquoise seas. Want to camp on a sandy beach? Book a beach site in advance at Ahupuaʻa ʻO Kahana State Park—there are only 10.

On the Big Island, two campgrounds at Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park put you near the Kilauea action. Look out for the lava glow from your tent site or cabin when the sun goes down. With kids, it’s hard to beat the crystal-clear waters of Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area.

If it’s hiking you’re after, Kauai has you covered. The spectacular Waimea Canyon offers some of Hawaii’s best hiking. To the north, camp near the Na Pali Coast State Park for dreamy sailing and serious Jurassic Park vibes.

The largest active volcano in the world, Mauna Loa is well known for its frequent activity and large lava flows. At dusk the lava flows begin to glow, transforming the volcanic landscape into a spectacle that can’t be missed. With easy access to an essential Big Island experience, camping near Mauna Loa will ensure you get the most out of your experience.

No matter where you are in Hawaii, most state, beach, and national parks require a camping permit. It’s a good idea to reserve online in advance. Looking to upgrade? Hawaii offers a huge range of glamping options, from luxury tent camping to wilderness cabins.

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