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These Hawaii state park cabins are a great option for staying near Hana. They are relatively inexpensive, in a beautiful setting and allow you to get the most out of a trip to the east end of Maui.
The trick here is to have reasonable...More
It was a wonderful place to stay. Cabins were decent (minus the fact that the tennants before us didn't clean it properly), location was amazing, and the utilities were in good condition. The only downfall was the fact that check-out time is at 10am, so...More
Basically, these cabins are located in paradise, with massive waves crashing within sight of our cabin (#5). They have adequate space, some cooking stuff, bathroom, shower, and six beds (which for $99 in Hana is all you can ask for). Bring your own bedding and...More
Our cabin slept 6 and was bigger than I expected. It was almost clean, but the beds were squeaky and dirty. Better than camping, and someone had even stocked the fire grill with wood. The view and location are unbeatable, and we didn't have any...More
This is camping in a cabin, but the location is probably the most awesome on Maui. Take your own sheets and cleaning supplies and shower thongs. Also take your own utensils to cook with and food. Just ignore the caretaker and take it all in...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."