oahu | camping

Oahu Island has several campgrounds managed by Hawaii State and Honolulu County.

State Park Permits - Reservations should be made 30 days in advance. Camping fees for Hawaii State Parks are $5.00 per campsite per night, with the exception of Na Pali Coast State Park, Kaua'i. The fee for camping in Na Pali Coast State Park, which has camping areas at Hanakapi'ai, Hanakoa, Kalalau and Miloli'i, is $10.00 per person per night.Lodging fees for Hawaii State Parks range from $20.00 per night for screened A-Frame shelters to $55.00 per night for a group cabin. For the fee schedule see: Permits and Fees.

Camping Permits - To confirm reservations, State operated camping areas require a full payment of the total cost of the camping no later than 2 weeks after a tentative reservation is issued. For cabin reservations, a 50% deposit of the total cost of the lodging is required. If the payment is not received within two weeks, the reservation will be cancelled. For cabins, the remaining payment is due upon or before issuance of the cabin key.

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State Parks on the Island of O'ahu - State parks are open year-round.

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Malaekahana Camp Grounds - From ancient times, Malaekahana has been known as a magical place, serving as a "Puuhonua" (Place of Refuge). Today, as the first native-run Hawaiian State Park area, it is still a haven (and one of the safest campgrounds in Hawaii). No pool, no TV, no phone - only the sound of the surf to distract you.

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Oahu Camping - Gereral info as well as map with both County and State campsites.

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Oahu Camping Vans - We offer VW Westfalia Camper Vans. Why be cooped up in an expensive and stationary hotel room when you can see the real Hawaii and enjoy the sounds, smells and sights that make Oahu beautiful?

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