Steeped in history and folklore, Pālāʻau Campground is nestled alongside a phallic stone that, in its enigmatic allure, is thought to boost fertility in couples struggling to conceive. Noted for being a tent-only site, all of the campsites sit within the ironwood grove ecosystem of the area’s like-named state park.
Campsite area
Bring your own tents
No. of sites
Park at listing
Group sizes
Up to 100 people per site
Potable water available
Fires allowed
Toilet available
Picnic table available


Natural features you'll find at Pālāʻau Campground.

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Geez G.
didn't provide a recommendation.
August 11th, 2015

The official website states no drinking water, but a tourist site and this one states that there is. I would be careful with extended stays expecting to have water if there isn't. Perhaps someone can update this data and verify that there IS potable water?

Pālāʻau State Park
Phone Number
(808) 984-8109
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Official Website
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21.177° N, 157.005° W
Unknown price
Tent Only: 1 Site
(Up to 100 people per site)