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Econo Maui - Camping Grounds Directory in Hawaii

Malaekahana Campgrounds - Malaekahana Beach Campground on Oahu's North Shore offers some of the best camping accommodations, amenities and activities in Hawaii! Whether you like to sleep under the stars in your tent or in a plantation hut or suite for style and comfort,

Malaekahana Beach Campground offers something for everyone. With a selection of up to 74 campsites planned offering a wide selection of spacious sites and open areas with picnic tables, water spouts and fire pits, your back to nature event is just a reservation away. What’s camping in Hawaii without outdoor recreational activities? Swimming, kayaking, stand up paddle, body surfing and surfing are just some of the activities you can also enjoy to make your North Shore experience memorable.

The Lodge at Kokee - Are you looking for campgrounds that will provide you with hours upon hours of great fun? The Lodge at Kokee in Waimea, Hawaii

Volcano House - Venture three miles beyond Volcano House to one of the most unique campsites in the world. Nestled amidst a fragrant eucalyptus grove 4,000 feet above sea level, the historic Namakanipaio Campground offers a rustic, one-of-a-kind camping experience within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.

For visitors seeking a Hawaii camping experience with comfortable accommodations, the Namakanipaio campground features ten Camper Cabins recently refurbished with new flooring and beds, along with community campground facilities including a refurbished bathroom. Campsites are also available for visitors who prefer to pitch a tent for a more traditional camping experience.