Each campsite allows a maximum of two vehicles with a maximum of six people and two tents. Hammocks are not allowed. Each campsite has one picnic table and a fire pit with attached grill. Two comfort stations provide two vault toilets each (4 total). No water or showers available. No electrical outlets. Pets are allowed on a leash no longer than six feet and hiking in the park with pets is allowed only on the roads and within the designated campground boundaries. Quiet hours are 10 pm to 8 am. Camping is limited to 3 nights in any 30-day period.
Each campsite allows a maximum of one vehicle with six people and two tents. Hammocks are allowed but are limited to the footprint of the campsite. Each campsite has one picnic table, not fire pits or charcoal grills allowed. Propane stoves only. Camping is limited to 3 nights in any 30-day period.
Two comfort stations provide two vault toilets each (4 total). No water or showers available. No electrical outlets. The Visitor Center is open daily and has historical displays as well as a small gift store. A comfort station is located outside of the Visitor Center with a water station and flush toilets. There are no water spigots for foot washing.
Weather can change often. Be prepared for rain and hot humid conditions. Make sure to pack plenty of water. Ice is available in Hana Town only.
Campsites 16 thru 20 are along the coastline. There is no vehicle access to these sites. Please park in the designated parking for these areas. All camping supplies must be walked in to the site. Please allow plenty of sunlight if you have reserved one of these sites. No open fires allowed.
The campground is located in an open field area overlooking the ocean. The area is rocky coastline and is a short walk to ‘Ohe’o Gulch and Kuloa Point along the Coastline Trail. There are no beaches located at this campground.
There are two general stores, Hana Store and the famous Hasegawa General Store in the nearby town of Hana, 10 miles away where you can purchase water basic food supplies. Hamoa Beach, Hana Bay Beach Park and Wainapanapa State Park are located near Hana Town for beach goers. Hana does have an interesting Cultural Center located above Hana Bay Beach Park. Located in Hana are the many food trucks for you to choose from for dining, or there is the Hana Ranch Restaurant and the Travassa Hotel if you don't feel like cooking. Be prepared for rain, harsh sun, and mosquitos.
Hiking is the major attraction for the Kipahulu District of the Park. The campground overlooks ocean cliffs and is a short walk to ‘Ohe’o Gulch and Kuloa Point along the Coastline Trail. The Kuloa Point Loop Trail loops around and leads to the Pipi Wai trail which goes across the road and will go through a dense bamboo forest with views of Makahiku Falls and Waimoku Falls. The hike is a nature trail with a boardwalk going through the bamboo forest. The hike is 2 miles one-way and takes approximately 2 and1/2 hours to complete, taking your time to enjoy the scenery. Make sure to pack plenty of water and be prepared for rain at any time. Please keep in mind, these waterfalls are for viewing only. Adhere to all signs and be safe on your hike. Venturing off trails can lead to unwanted accidents. Junior Ranger programs are available for young children. Join our Rangers at the Visitor Center for information.
PO Box 369 Makawao HI 96768
For campground inquiries, please call: 808 248-8746
From Kahului, the Kipahulu Campground is located 64 miles along the historic Road to Hana Scenic Drive highway 360. Plan your day early if wish to arrive before evening to set up your campsite. Also, be prepared for rain at any point on your journey. There are few places to eat along the way, so packing a lunch or snacks and water is recommended.