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While travelling the road to Hana, a great place to stop and take a break is Wai'anapanapa State Park. The entrance is on the left just before you get to Hana town.
Drive down the narrow road towards the ocean which gives you the chance...More
Many of our trips over the years have been based off what outdoors activities/hiking and camping can be done in the area so when we headed to Maui for 2 weeks it was a great way to compare Kauai and Maui as we had camped...More
Do not expect this to be a resort or hotel. This is SACRED LAND! Spiritual in everything from the wind, to the land, to the Bugs! This is a Cultural rural stay that will allow to feel what the Princess felt when she was hiding...More
Nice beach with black sand! It's worth to check it out. By the time I went, it was very windy, but still very nice! There's was not a lot of people, and it was great to spend time with friends.
I went by car, but...More
Yes, you have to haul linens, and the cabins definitely need an update, but they are clean, had hot water and decent mattresses, and the park is beautiful. The low cost and 6 beds make the cabins perfect for larger families or those who prefer...More
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Google "Hawaii State Parks" and the website should pop up. A maximum of 4 nights per 30 days is allowed in the cabins. $90 per night plus $6 reservation fee. I'm not sure about the campground but information is available... More
Google "Hawaii State Parks" and the website should pop up. A maximum of 4 nights per 30 days is allowed in the cabins. $90 per night plus $6 reservation fee. I'm not sure about the campground but information is available at the same website.
BTW: On Trip Advisor the address for this campground is shown to be in Wailuku. It is NOT in Wailuku. It is just outside Hana, several hours away from Wailuku.
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"We had cabin #6 which is the closest to the ocean."