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11 Best Camping Spots in Hawaii

Gaurav Kadam Jul 6, 2019
A popular destination among campers, Hawaii has a plethora of public beaches accompanied by diverse natural beauty including active volcanoes. Make sure you get a permit before camping here.

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Papohaku Beach Park, Molokai

An ideal camping spot, away from the hustle and bustle of Oahu. Unplug yourself and delve in some peaceful activities.

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Haleakalā National Park, Maui

Hike or drive up to the campsite to witness the heavenly Haleakala Crater. Observe the diverse flora and fauna in the region too!

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Waimanu Valley Campsite, Big Island

After a 7.6-mile Muliwai trail, the unparalleled view of the valley with its undefiled waterfalls await you at the camp.

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Kōkeʻe State Park, Kauai

Great for hiking trails and viewing tropical birds, capture the panoramic scene of the Kalalau Valley from here.

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Hanalei Bay, Kauai

Take pleasure in camping on a scenic 2-mile beach surrounded by mountains. It is excellent for canoeing, snorkeling and kayaking.

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Bellows Field Beach Park, Oahu

With soft white sand and azure blue water, it is ideal for bodyboarders. The park has 50 campsites with a mesmerizing view of the sunrise.

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Lydgate Beach Park, Kauai

A popular family getaway, it is ideal for snorkeling beginners. In the evening, you can enjoy a delicious barbecue and campfire.

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Polihale State Park, Kauai

Immaculate yet wild, the beach is good for fishing. Swim in the Queens Pond and do carry food and water on your journey here.

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Salt Pond Beach Park, Kauai

Camp at the only place in Hawaii where salt is still produced in natural salt ponds. Also watch some cool underwater creatures like goatfish, butterflyfish and unicornfish.

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Spencer Beach Park, Big Island

A popular camping destination, it has all the amenities including barbecue grills and electrical outlets. Strolling north you can visit Mailekini Heiau – an ancient temple site.

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Waianapanapa State Park, Maui

Glistening fresh water, lush green fields along with trekking trails on a rocky coastline makes it impeccable for camping.