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We love going to the Cabins , we have been going for yrs, Always clean and the maintaince folks are always very nice, I do wish they could upgrade the pots and pans to stainless steel . I usually bring my own but i know...More
We visited the State park for a few hours but could have stayed for days. The black beach is beautiful . The colors are breath taking . The blue of the ocean, white foam, greens and black fro the stones and sand are just a...More
Gorgeous spot with great local lore, come here to enjoy the lava caves and get the best picture of your holiday. If you are lucky you may even find the freshwater cave where Hawaiian legend will have you feeling like you're walking down the path...More
We chose this cabin for the price as staying in Hana is not cheap. We would chose it again for the setting, the peace and quite and the roominess. We needed our own linen so brought old sheets from home (that we could leave behind...More
We stayed in Cabin #5, it was clean and the amenities were adequate for camping. The kitchen was clean, the bathroom and shower were clean. No A/C, so it was hot and humid all night.
The setting is incredible! Right behind the cabin is a...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.