Beach camping in Hawaii with fishing

Explore ancient volcanoes and sandy beaches on a camping trip in the Aloha State.

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Sun Farm Hawaii @ Koko Head

19 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents3 acres · Honolulu, HI
Located in a wonderful farm setting, enjoy the sweet breezes, gorgeous sunsets and farm life while still in the city and close to some of the best beaches in East Oahu! We are located on the foothills of the famous Koko Head hike, and only five minutes to Hanauma Bay, shopping centers, dining, and grocery stores. Watch a magical sunset from the communal kitchen area, with a spectacular view of Diamond Head crater and the surrounding coast- it's all in one! *Please be aware there are many wild hens and roosters roaming around the neighborhood and property. You will enjoy your stay here if you're comfortable closely co-existing with nature and the sounds that come with it. Please plan accordingly. If you'd like to catch some waves or need a ride around time, we have surfboards available for rent, Parking is also available on site. Just let us know your needs and we'll do our best to accommodate for a wonderful stay! Mahalo ~ ~ DETAILS ~ ~ Self Check In Time is after 2pm. Self Check Out Time is before 11am. Cancellations/Refunds: A full refund will be made for cancellations received 7 days before date of arrival. Reservations are not refundable thereafter; please plan accordingly.
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Maleka Farm: Camper-van & Tent

13 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · Laie, HI
Welcome to Maleka Farm in Laie, Hawaii! Picture yourself nestled in a grassy field, offering breathtaking views of the Laie mountains. We have just completed our restroom facility! This includes 4 private bathrooms with a shower, toilet and sink. The restroom facility is shared with other guest on Maleka Farm and is Off-grid. We collect rain water for our shower, toilet, and sink, and use solar panels for electricity. As the sun rises and sets, the mountains transform, casting beautiful hues of orange and purple across the sky, creating a mesmerizing sight for campers. Each site has its own picnic table! For Tents: Maleka Farm provides space for pitching tents in the green grass. Set up your tent and enjoy the simplicity of sleeping under the stars, feeling the gentle breeze, and waking up to the natural beauty that surrounds you. For Camper-Vans: Maleka Farm grassy field can accommodate camper-vans of various sizes. The Farm is flat and great for camper-vans to sleep on leveled ground. Hiking Trails: Maleka Farm provides easy access to a variety of hiking trails that wind their way through the scenic landscapes of Laie and its surrounding areas. Some popular trails in the vicinity include: Laie Summit Trail Ma'akua Ridge Trail Laie Falls Trail Malaekahana Falls Trail Local Attractions: In addition to the mesmerizing mountain views, Laie and its surrounding areas offer a variety of attractions. Explore the Polynesian Cultural Center, an immersive cultural experience showcasing the traditions and history of the Pacific Islands. Hukilau Cafe is .3 miles down the street where the popular movie 50 First dates was filmed. Just 2 miles North is Kahuku Food Trucks to satisfy any pallet. You can also visit nearby beaches for swimming, snorkeling, or simply basking in the sun. We have some beach equipment available for rent: Surfboards, boogie boards and snorkel gear!
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Mangrove Lounge

4 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Haleiwa, HI
I grew up here my whole life, and I never got bored living here. Every day I got to wake up and go to the beach just minutes away from home, or my cousins and I would have a fishing contest to see who could catch the most fish. We would also go paddling up the river to lay nets down to catch some ono (delicious) crab for dinner. Nothing like living the true local style, which is the same experience I want you to have. Learn more about this land: Aloha! Looking for a place to lounge and adventure? Mangrove Lounge is the place for you! Mangrove Lounge is located right behind the historical town called Haleiwa Town. Camper Vans or RVs are more than welcome! During the day, enjoy access to a private river where you can take your fishing pole and catch yourself some dinner. After a busy day, enjoy a nice hot bath in a private shower under the stars, along with a flushing toilet and sink. Upon request and additional charge, end your adventure with a cozy night next to the fire pit ($28.00 for fire pit). Mangrove Lounge is 3-5 minutes (driving) away from many beaches and eateries in Haleiwa town where you can also do all your shopping. Less than a mile away, you can find all the delicious food trucks including the famous Giovanni Shrimp Truck. You can find your nearest supermarket just 1.2 miles away called Malama Market, and Longs Drug Store right across the street from Malama Market. Mangrove Lounge provides clean bathroom, a shower with hot water, access to a private river for relaxing or fishing, spacious camping tents if requested for $30.00-$40.00 your entire stay, about 800ft from the nearest bus stop, and secured privacy so you and your friends or family can relax, feel safe, and most importantly...have fun! 😊 Details about each campsite lounge: -Each campsite lounge provides a spacious area for tents or campervans. -Picnic table big enough to fit four people comfortably. -Garbage bins for trash. -Water hose located all around campsite for guests to use. - Access to a private river. -If its not a cloudy night, the stars here at Mangrove Lounge is beautiful. -Bathroom facility is sanitized and cleaned everyday. **What you should bring: 1. Mosquito repellents 2. Shower essentials **What you should know: - I will be messaging you the day before you arrive to ask about your check in time. If possible, please stay in contact. - Please drive very slowly going in and out of campgrounds. Mahalo! Feel free to message me on Hipcamp if you have any questions about Mangrove Lounge, and I hope to see you there. Mahalo!
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plan b campground

4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents2 acres · Ewa Gentry, HI
When your plan a falls thru come stay here at plan b campground. This is the only beachfront private property campsite on the island. Park right next to your tent. No worries about having to leave your car out of sight. This spot is behind a locked gate that you have a key for no curfew come and go as you like. Most choose not to go anywhere they like it right here. I've heard from more people that stayed elsewhere on the island and they say they wish they came here first. Oceanfront island style getaway with mango, banana and coconut trees in the yard. Hear the ocean while you fall asleep. restroom, hot shower with changing room, fresh water, 110v electricity for phone or laptop charging no plug for vans to run a/c or fridge, washing machine available for $10 per load, beachfront cabana with lounge chairs and hammock. An 8-man tent with 2 rooms available or bring your camper/vancar.*($50 tent rental fee for the two room tent that includes air mattresses bedding setup and tear down)Gated property with your host Kawika onsite for any of your needs.
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Stargazers Jungle Lounge Glampsite

7 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Hana, HI
A community hostel style setting of young hearted people to host your stay in Hāna, Maui. We are three miles from downtown Hāna, one mile from Waianapanapa State Park, and close to Hana Farms, The Lava Tubes, and Kahanu Garden. Our ocean view property has a field of tropical flowers underneath some of the largest banyan trees on the island. NOTE: WE HAVE A STRICT CANCELLATION POLICY. WE ONLY HAVE 4 SITES AND THEY FILL UP QUICKLY. PLEASE DO NOT CANCEL INSIDE OF OUR 7 DAY CANCELLATION WINDOW AND ASK FOR A REFUND. We recently had a fire inside the clubhouse so we are doing repairs and taking this time to better the campsite.. At this time we are only taking bookings for FRIDAY, SATURDAY and; SUNDAY until the end of June when we will transition in to our new offerings. We apologize for any inconvenience. ................................. ............................................................................................... . We are located in the middle of dense jungle far away from the city. The beauty of the outdoors includes the home of the animals and creatures we share the land with. The winter brings its own crab spiders (not harmful), and all year long we have geckos, mosquitos, wild pigs and dogs in the surrounding neighborhood that are beyond our control. Also please know that we currently have a friendly guard dog and two sweet cats living on the property. PLEASE STAY WITH US BECAUSE YOU LIKE THE OUTDOORS and are not only staying because you canʻt find anything else affordable. Yes, we offer many amenities from home in our Clubhouse, but we are by no means a hotel. Yes we charge more than the state campsites but we also offer more. OUTDOOR provides two separate lighted tented areas. 1. The BYOB Jungle Bar, and 2, The Jungle Lounge area with seating, internet reception, and a makeshift kitchen equipped with cooking wares, propane camp stove, and potable county water (all supplied). We have a small fire pit when the winds are calm. Bring wood, or you can try and salvage from the jungle when dry. INDOOR COMMUNAL SPACE referred to as our "Clubhouse" boasts a partial ocean view. Here you will find a living room area, dining table, game room with some old school video games, (Centipede, Asteroids, Galaga) and collection of board games. (UNDER CONSTRUCTION) Our SHOWER ROOM has a large bamboo enclosement with propane instant hot water with great water pressure. The second INDOOR KITCHEN is stocked with cooking wares, toaster, coffee grinder, vitamix, tea kettle, stove top, fridge and sink available for guest use 5AM to 10PM. CAMPER VANS / POP UPS: THE ONLY FLAT SPOTS AVAILABLE FOR CAMPER VEHICLES ARE THE BANYAN SITES. These spots have a gravel rock bottom and are not suitable for pitching a tent. We get this question all the time so let me try and clarify here. ALL OTHER PARKING SPOTS ARE ON A HILL AND NOT FLAT. If you want to sleep in your van but can NOT secure the BANYAN TREE SITES, your best option is to book a tent only campsite (where we already have an existing tent set up for you). TENT SITES: You will NOT be able to drive to the TENT ONLY sites. You have to park your vehicle in the designated parking area and then walk to and sleep in the tent with your sleeping gear from your van (About 100 feet away from parking area). Included in every reservation at the BAMBOO or OCEAN VIEW / TENT ONLY Sites you will find a 4-6 Man Sleep Tent, Mattress and 13 Foot Popup Canopy Tent for extra rain protection over the sleep tent. This is already set up and waiting for you! If you need a sleep setup you can add it upon HipCamp check out for an additional $25. This includes: one xlarge blanket, set of full sheets, 2 pillows, pillowcases, 2 towels and lantern. MORE THEN TWO PEOPLE / KIDS: Because ONLY TWO PEOPLE PER SITE ARE ALLOWED per reservation. You have two options. Option 1: IF YOU HAVE FOUR PEOPLE - BOOK TWO CAMP SITES. Option 2: ADD YOUR 2 ADDITIONAL PEOPLE UPON CHECK OUT and contact me so I can block off the second site. This is because we have limited resources (Space, Kitchen, Bathroom, Shower etc) so we have to be mindful of how many people we are hosting in one night. IF YOU SHOW UP WITH MORE PEOPLE THEN BOOKED - YOU WILL BE CHARGED $44.00 PER ADDITIONAL PERSON. If you have a children 6 years and younger there is no charge but we would still like to be informed that there will be extra people in your party. Please contact us and get permission before you just show up with extra people. CHECK IN: Between 5-7pm. We currently request quiet hours at 8pm to be courteous to our neighbors and campers. And lights on a timer go out at 10pm. The sun and moon will rise over the ocean in front. HANA PREPAREDNESS INFO: The East side of the island is considered the rain forest. It typically rains almost every night and during the day at some point or another. And sometimes very heavy rains. This keeps it lush and green with running waterfalls, but with that, Hana does have mosquitoes too, (worse in the summer) so plan accordingly. We have a few mosquito nets (first come first use) if you need them for your car/van just ask. The jungle also has its own wildlife like spiders, geckos and also wild pigs that activate the neighborhood dogs at times so bring ear plugs if you are sensitive to noise. The Hāna Highway is one of the most magical roads in the world and we appreciate when you let the locals pass. If you have any requests or concerns, just let us know. We aim to please and look forward to hosting you! And be sure to make a reservation to visit the State Park Waianapanpa Black Sand Beach at their website. That is the only park in Hana that requires advanced reservations and it is a must see! The 7-10AM slot is the best for less crowds. FOOD: Be sure to, stock up on groceries before you come out as choices are very limited in Hana and the town closes down early @6pm. We have one gas station (open later) and two small general stores. You will find food trucks in Hana town open later when business is good but its hit or miss what will be open when. 1/2 mile walking distance to camp we have Acai Bowls, Thai Food, and Hana Farms. Every Friday and Saturday nights is Pizza night at Hana Farms and a popular meeting spot.
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North Shore Bungalow

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Waialua, HI
Indulge in a glamorous camping experience on the north shore of Oahu in your private bungalow. Enjoy the convenience of a kitchenette situated in a covered lanai (patio), complemented by a detached bathroom. Whale watch directly from the comfort of your bed and stargaze at night, reveling in the tranquility of the surroundings. Immerse yourself in a plethora of outdoor activities such as great hikes, pristine beaches, surfing, swimming, fishing, rock climbing, and even horseback riding—all within close proximity. Nestled in the countryside of North Shore, our location is far removed from the city lights, providing a perfect escape. Ever witnessed a moonbow? Now's your chance. Experience this enchanting phenomenon at our unique North Shore property. The bungalow is at a discounted rate during the winter due to swells. Keep in mind North Shore of Oahu is known for large waves in the winter. If there happens to be big surf, it can sometimes cause loud splashing during high tide and if high tide is at night, some light sleepers might not enjoy it. We do provide ear plugs if there are large swells. Our best season is in the summer when the ocean is calm and weather is sunny and dry.
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Hau'ula Homestead

2 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · Hauula, HI
Welcome to Hau'ula Homestead! We are located on O‘ahu, the beautiful Hawaiian Island. Right across the road from Hau'ula Beach park and a short drive from famous North Shore beaches. Flat grass field with some trees and bordered by a stream. We have two RV/tent campsites available. If you are bringing an RV, we can accommodate vehicles up to 45ft in length. No hookups are available at this time, the sites are flat. Campfires are permitted. We are pet-friendly, but please keep your pets on leash. A toilet, potable water, and wifi are all available. Kokololio Beach Park is a 2-minute drive from the site. Hau'ula Loop Trail is only 4 minutes away. Kokololio Beach is a nice stretch of sand and during the summer months, swimming is possible. When coming from the south, turn left toward the mountain immediately before the long Hauula Beach park bridge or when coming from the north turn right immediately toward the mountain just after the long park bridge.
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Moon Garden Farm Getaway

2 sites · RVs, Tents25 acres · Mountain View, HI
Moon Garden Farm is a 25 acre farm, located off Highway 11 near the town of Mountain View. Beautiful views of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa are visible on clear sunny days. The 1500 foot elevation gives a great view of the ocean as well. Mountain View is located between beautiful, quaint Hilo and the spectacular Volcano National Park, each about 15 miles in either direction. Sheep, cattle and feral pigs can be seen in the lower pasture. There are 4 ponds and two are stocked with tilapia and catfish. Fish nets are provided for the children. The grounds are beautifully manicured with creative topiary's and lends itself to great photo shoots. Jaboticaba, bananas, lemons, calamansi, and several other fruit trees can be found on the farm. Yours to eat when in season. Moon Garden Farm is a magical place and I'm sure you will feel it too. For larger organizational groups please contact me and let's make it work for you.
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Land of the Rainbow Honeycomb

6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents25 acres · Naalehu, HI
When Hawaiian ancestors first landed on these shores, it was right here at Ka’ Lae or South Point, it is the original settlement site for the Hawaiian people & therefore this sacred land holds tremendous cultural & historic significance. A’ina Ke Anuenue Melemele, meaning Land Of The Rainbow Honeycomb; features an exotic Locale, stand-alone private cottages, Eco-Luxury accommodations, Family & Pet Friendly, & is a Sustainable Farm-Estate. This one of a kind custom Hawaiian temple: Luakini O Moe’ Uhane, meaning Temple Of Dreams is a custom pentagonal treehouse in an old growth Kiawe tree. Home to the white owl & featuring King memory foam Bed, large windows, outside deck, plush interior decor, & tall vaulted ceilings. The grounds are a series of serene swaths of native Hawaiian ocean-view grasslands, old growth Kiawe trees, & unencumbered shoreline. Within walking distance 1 mile to Ka’ Alu’ Alu’ Bay, & directly overlooking the famous Greensands beach. This Treehouse Temple is a lightening-rod for dreams! Awaken to the sounds of birdsong, ocean surf, & the occasional mooing cow, or cooing peacock. Our Lovevolution Animal Sanctuary houses 33 creatures ranging from ducks to sheep to cows & many other incredible & exotic animals also inhabit this wonderland & bring so much love to visitors from all around the world. *It is important to note that we are located in South Point Hawaii near Naalehu town, not Captain Cook . Traditional cars can carefully come down here, suvs or jeeps are great. There is a locked gate with a code-box for easy guest access. Additionally, this very secure area has No immediate neighbors within 200 acres! Perfect for privacy & exclusivity. Rainbow Honeycomb Sanctuary at the world famous enchanted emerald sands beach In South Point Hawaii is nestled on 25 acres of stunning ocean views, 1 mile from the shore @ 650 ft elevation our sustainable eco-retreat features magical tree houses, unique tiny homes, pyramids, & camping options. Fully solar powered, our water comes from the sky, here nature & tech meet with WiFi, full outdoor kitchen, composting toilets & comfortable clean memory foam beds. Only 5 miles to town, dare to dream big!
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Spring Side Hale

1 site · Tent2 acres · Kukuihaele, HI
To all guest you must wait at the lookout until i arrive to guide you into the Valley. Aloha and welcome to Spring Side Hale Surrounded by 2,500-foot cliffs, a journey into the Valley of the Kings requires a steep hike or 4x4 (four wheel drive). Now however, the valley is mostly wilderness interspersed with taro fields (Taro is a traditional Hawaiian staple food) and a couple of dozens of inhabitants. Waipiʻo Valley Road is closed to non-residents. Visitor access to the valley floor and the subsequent valleys is only possible as part of a tour or if you know someone in the valley. The Waipiʻo Lookout is still accessible for everyone. Waipio Valley is a stunning scenic destination with a black sand beach, beautiful waterfalls and Hawaiian historical & cultural significance. It is a very spiritual place of healing, a place of connection with nature and a walk through the past, where time ceases to exist.
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Honey Camp

4 sites · Lodging10 acres · Haiku, HI
This farm property nestled in Haiku, Hawaii, is a healthy and vibrant place to stay, where you can volunteer to help plant Coconuts, go on a farm tour, sample fresh papayas and bananas, and see bees in action at the drive-by bee hives! We accept donations, and you will feel great knowing that you have helped a non-profit for people with autism to thrive in these times where our health is so connected to the land.
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Gingerhill Farm Retreat

9 sites · Lodging5 acres · Kealakekua, HI
Gingerhill Farm Retreat is a farm community dedicated to exploring sustainability, self-sufficiency, and stewardship of the land. To these ends, we have transformed our lush five-acre plot into a verdant botanical food forest. As you meander through our gardens and orchards, you will marvel at the incredible abundance and beauty that surrounds you. Through our various programs, we invite the community and international guests to join us in our daily routine of work and wellness. Come enjoy expansive ocean views and postcard sunsets. Eat delicious, healing farm-to-fork food. Spread some mulch; sow some seed. Get intimate with nature and find your unadulterated self. We would love to see you on the farm.
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Beach camping in Hawaii with fishing guide

Overview

Although Hawaii is around 2,000 miles from the continental U.S., it's definitely worth the flight. While this tropical island chain is known for its large resorts and sandy beaches, it’s also an incredible place for hiking and camping, not only because of its year-round warm weather, but also because of its sheer diversity of landscapes. Here you’ll find towering volcanoes, tropical forests, massive canyonlands, and historic sites where you can learn about the history and cultural traditions of the islands. And if you don’t want to stay in a resort, you certainly won’t have to: there are many places to set up your tent, from beachfront campgrounds to private retreats.

Where to go

Oahu

Oahu is the state's most-visited island. While many visitors head straight to Honolulu's sandy Waikiki Beach, the island offers plenty to experience outside the big city, with gorgeous beaches all over, plus tons of hiking trails. If you want to camp, you’ll find options at Ahupua'a 'O Kahana State Park and Bellows Field Beach Park, both on the island’s eastern shores.

The Big Island

The Big Island's size isn't its only claim to fame. It's also known for its tasty Kona coffee and for its abundance of volcanoes, including Kīlauea and Mauna Loa, both in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, one of four national parks on the island. There are also lots of places to camp on the island, including at the Kalōpā State Recreation Area and the Kīholo State Park Reserve (weekend camping only).

Maui and Molokai

Maui is well known for its large resorts and gorgeous scenery, especially in the emeraldine ʻĪao Valley State Monument and from Haleakalā National Park, the best place on the island for a sunrise hike. Reservable campsites can be found at both Wai'ānapanapa State Park and the Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area. The nearby island of Moloka'i is a quiet alternative, without the big development found on other islands. Camping is available in the island's Pālāʻau State Park.

Kauai

Dubbed the "Garden Isle" for its numerous gardens and overall lush landscapes, Kauai feels quieter and more laid-back than Maui or Oahu. Its best-known hiking areas include the pristine Nāpali Coast (only accessible by foot or boat) and the vibrantly hued Waimea Canyon State Park, often referred to as the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific." You can camp in the Nāpali Coast State Wilderness Park, provided you obtain a permit in advance, or in Kōke'e State Park and Polihale State Park.

When to go

Hawaii only has two real seasons: a hotter, dryer summer season (April–October) and a cooler, rainier winter (November–March). The resorts and tourist destinations across the islands are at their busiest during the summer and winter vacation months, and hotel and flight prices tend to soar during these periods. Late spring and early autumn are ideal for avoiding rainfall and crowds. Flights from the mainland are generally at their cheapest between January and March.

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