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We just returned from 3 nights at the wainapanapa cabin. Our 2nd visit here was just as good as the 1st. They are basic cabins, with 3 bunk beds, a kitchenette and shower bathroom. This time there was No kitchen utensils, None. Last time there...More
The park is beautiful. Cabins are recently updated, and very nice. You are expected to leave them in at least the same condition as you found them. This should be everyone's philosophy, so that should go without saying. They have cooking/eating utensils in the cabin,...More
The cabins are set in a beautiful tropical location. They were very clean. They have Three sets of bunk beds ( no couch just folding chairs) You are expected to sweep and mop before you leave but for the price it’s no big deal. We...More
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
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.