Cabins in Hawaii

Hawaiian cabins let you explore the islands in comfort, from the ocean to the mountains.

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Cabins in Hawaii guide

Overview

Campers who don't want to pitch a tent while in paradise can stay in a cabin. See an active volcano and stay in a rustic camper cabin at Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park, or explore a forest reserve and stay in a log cabin at Kalopa State Recreation Area. On Maui, stay in a wilderness cabin, then watch a sunrise from Haleakalā National Park, or take the road to Hana, then stay in a forested cabin near Waiʻānapanapa State Park. Cabin campers can learn tropical island history at Ahupua'a ‘O Kahana State Park and discover Polynesian culture near Mālaekahana State Recreation Area on Oahu before returning to a private beachside cabin rental or vacation home. On Kauai, enjoy epic hikes along in Napali Coast State Park and Waimea Canyon, then stay in a cabin at Koke'e State Park. Most public Hawaii cabins are fairly rustic, but plenty of private cabins offer modern amenities like air conditioning, fully equipped kitchens, and wifi.

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