The beauty here is unbelievable. Just breath taking. A must see!
A beautiful, safe, clean campground, run by the State of Hawaii, that can't be beat.
This campground is nowhere near the beach, but brings you to the interior of the island. From here you can view the Kalalau Valley lookout and look out over Waimea Canyon, known as "The Grand Canyon of the Pacific." Also you have access to hike the Alakai Swamp, which is one of the wettest places on Earth, or take a couple-mile hike up to the highest point on the island.
This campground offers indoor toilets and showers, a nice restaurant, and a gift shop.
This wonderful campground is not at all traditional but more of a park (like many campgrounds on Kauai). The market/depot has hot meals, coffee shop, smoothies and more making for a very luxurious stay. The benefit of being atop the mountains is it cools comfortably at night, even in the summer. A lovely place to stay any time.
This is one of the most beautiful and unexpected places to see on the island of Kauai. You can camp either in a tent or there are some cabins to check out as well. This is the place to go on the island if you need to get out of the heat and humidity given that its higher up in elevation. There are countless hikes that bring you to viewpoints of either the Napali Coast or the canyon itself.
This campsite was probably one of my favorite places to camp. There was so much to do, and some awesome hikes! It was also super cheap to camp, like $12 a night so you couldnt really beat that. The campground was great, clean, and in a great location. I also really liked that each campsite is really well marked, and enough room in between each campsite. Each campsite does have a water spout, which made it nice to fill up our water bottles before we went hiking. There is also a restaurant on site which served great food. It was definitely very hot and muggy, but that is how it was everywhere we stayed. Thats just how Kauai is. There is some really great hikes nearby as well. I would recommend doing Awaawapuhi, Pihea and Nualo. All great hikes with beautiful viewss. There is also a great viewpoint that we saw a lot of people stopping at. It was the Kalalau Valley Lookout. Highly recommend because the views here are amazing. All in all, this was definitely the best place my husband and I stayed at during out honeymoon. Highly recommend.
kokee state park is a very chill easy camp ground. The showers and bathrooms and very basic and cold showers. It does tend to get cold at night so remeber to bring warm clothes. Walk over to the lodge for some yummy food and check out the museum and trail maps