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You can tent-camp, or rent a small cabin at Waianapanapa State Park - whichever suits your style. Let me be clear, the cabins are NOT hotel living, not even close to deluxe, but do provide you with most of what you'll need. I enjoyed the...More
We stayed at the Wai'napanapa State Park cabins for one night, even though we booked for two nights (minimum stay is two nights). The price was very affordable and it allowed us to see more of the Road to Hana, plus beyond Hana! I am...More
I appreciated the newly renovated cabins...but...the care taker didnt have much aloha in correcting the wrong we did. We moved the bunk bed frame and got scoldings for it BUT the sign says do not move matresses. So i feel they need to add another...More
I stayed at the cabins in the first 4 days of December 2017 by myself. The cabin is roomy and has 3 bunk beds that can accommodate up to 6 people. There are also 6 foldable chairs and a picnic table on the porch with...More
The cabin has pros and cons. It’s spacious for a family and has a small kitchen. It’s near a black sand beach, but the water is too rough for inexperienced ocean swimmers, especially children, in my opinion. There are trails to walk around, and the...More
There are 6 plastic plates, cups and bowls. All of them are thick and sturdy. The Plates look like a frisbee. There are also 6 forks, spoons, butter knives and some pots and pans. You should wash before use as some of... More
There are 6 plastic plates, cups and bowls. All of them are thick and sturdy. The Plates look like a frisbee. There are also 6 forks, spoons, butter knives and some pots and pans. You should wash before use as some of them has a thick layer of dust from lack of use. All dishes & cookware have been heavily used and scratched up.