Top Cabin Camping near Haleakala National Park

Camping cabins near Haleakala National Park are the charming alternative to a tent or a yurt. Finding a cozy cabin in Hawaii has never been easier. When you're looking for a quiet location in nature, The Dyrt makes it easy to find the perfect cabin rental.

Best Cabin Camping Sites Near Haleakala National Park, HI (4)

    Camper-submitted photo from Camp Olowalu
    Camper-submitted photo from Camp Olowalu
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    Camp Olowalu

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    Lahaina, Hawaii

    COVID-19 regulations: we are following all local, state and federal regulations regarding COVID-19, and recommend our guests to comply with current mandates and travel requirements to Hawaii and inter-island before making a reservation.

    PRE-CHECK IS REQUIRED FOR ALL INTER-ISLAND AND OUT-OF-STATE RESERVATIONS! AS OF OCTOBER 15, 2020, all inter-island and out-of-state visitors must prove the completion of the quarantine requirement or provide validated Safe Travels Hawai’i/DOH quarantine exemption. Documentation must be submitted via email to reservations@campolowalu.com, before 2PM on check-in day. Guests in non-compliance with the pre-check requirement will not be able to enter the campground. CAMP OLOWALU IS NOT A QUARANTINE SITE.

    Currently, reservations are open for tent sites, car camping, tentalows (no linens provided) and A-frame cabins. The camp store will remain closed until further notice; morning complimentary coffee is also discontinued.

    Camp on one of the 35 sites. Alongside Maui’s Olowalu Beach enjoy our campground amenities.

    Tent camping Tentalows Car Camping Cabins

    COMMON AMENITIES

    Bathrooms: toilet, sink, mirror, hand soap, paper towels & toilet paper
    Instant hot water showers
    Outdoor dishwashing station
    Wifi internet hotspot at check-in area
    Trash & recycling stations
    Private parking
    2 Charging stations
    Fire pit
    Picnic benches
    BBQ grills
    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • ADA Access
    • RVs

    $24 - $1600 / night

    Camper-submitted photo from Paliku Backcountry Campsite — Haleakalā National Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Paliku Backcountry Campsite — Haleakalā National Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Paliku Backcountry Campsite — Haleakalā National Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Paliku Backcountry Campsite — Haleakalā National Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Paliku Backcountry Campsite — Haleakalā National Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Paliku Backcountry Campsite — Haleakalā National Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Wilderness Cabins — Haleakalā National Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Wilderness Cabins — Haleakalā National Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Wilderness Cabins — Haleakalā National Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Wilderness Cabins — Haleakalā National Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Wilderness Cabins — Haleakalā National Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Wilderness Cabins — Haleakalā National Park

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    Wilderness Cabins — Haleakalā National Park

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    Kihei, Hawaii

    Overview

    Located on the island of Maui, Haleakal__ National Park maintains three wilderness cabins for visitor use-- H__lua, Palik__, and Kapalaoa. All cabins are accessible only by trail from the summit area and require you to hike a minimum of 3.7 mi (5.9 km).__Backcountry users must plan to enter the park entrance for their stay no earlier than 7 am unless they have also obtained a sunrise reservation granting access to the park between 3 and 7 am. Sunrise reservations can be made on recreation.gov.__ Horses, mules, and donkeys are permitted as pack animals on the Keonehe__ehe__e Trail, Halemau__u Trail, and Supply Trail. If planning to travel by pack animal--please notify park staff upon making reservation. All waste produced by pack animals must be removed from parking areas and trailheads. No group may have more than 12 pack animals. Riders, commercial operators, and owners are responsible for the removal of dead or injured stock within 72 hours. Pets of any other kind are prohibited on all trails. H__lua Cabin, located at 6,940 ft (2,115 m) is nestled at the base of the crater wall in the shrubland near Ko__olau Gap. This is the cabin reached by the shortest hike. H__lua is 3.7 mi (6 km) one way down the Halemau__u trail or 7.4 mi one way (12 km) from the Keonehe__ehe__e (sliding sands) trailhead. Visitors staying at H__lua can enjoy day hikes further into the crater. The landscape around H__lua supports a native shrubland which colonizes the lava flows. A wilderness tent camp area is located nearby.__ Palik__ Cabin located at 6,380 ft (1,945 m) is on the east end of the wilderness valley at the base of a rain forest cliff. This cabin is reached via a strenuous 9.3 mi (15 km) one way hike on the Keonehe__ehe__e (sliding sands) Trail or 10.4 mi (17 km) one way hike on the Halemau__u Trail. Clouds and fog often roll over the top of the cliffs behind Palik__, and rain is common. The extra moisture makes this spot exceptionally cool and lush. A wilderness tent camp area is located nearby.__ Kapalaoa Cabin located at 7,250 ft (2,210 m) is perched near the Kaup__ Gap on the southern end of the wilderness valley. This cabin is reached via a 5.6 mi (2.7 km) hike via Keonehe__ehe__e (sliding sands) Trail or 7.2 mi (11.6 km) hike on the Halemau__u Trail. Kapalaoa is located in a grass field and is not accompanied by a wilderness tent area.__ Message of Cultural Sensitivity: Upon entering Haleakal__ National Park, you are a guest of the Hawaiian culture, which considers the entire area sacred. Each person should behave as if entering a temple or reverent place in his or her own culture or belief system. The rocks, the plants and even the silence are part of the sacredness and should not be disturbed. For Native Hawaiians, Haleakal__ represents an important place within their culture.__

    Recreation

    All cabins are wonderful opportunities for night sky viewing in what's considered one of the quietest natural places on earth! Visitors to the crater may even come across native species such as the N__n__ (Hawaiian goose). Please remember to keep your distance from any wildlife and refrain from feeding them.____ While staying in the crater, cabin users have the option to day hike on trail through the crater. Locations to enjoy from H__lua may be the Silversword loop or the loop around Halali__i cinder cone. Locations to enjoy from Palik__ may be a loop hike toward Kapalaoa or toward Kaupo Gap and back. Visit https://www.nps.gov/hale/planyourvisit/maps.htm to plan your day hikes from any cabin. Please stay on designated trails throughout your crater journey and pack out everything with you!

    Facilities

    All cabins are wonderful opportunities for night sky viewing in what's considered one of the quietest natural places on earth! Visitors to the crater may even come across native species such as the N__n__ (Hawaiian goose). Please remember to keep your distance from any wildlife and refrain from feeding them.____ While staying in the crater, cabin users have the option to day hike on trail through the crater. Locations to enjoy from H__lua may be the Silversword loop or the loop around Halali__i cinder cone. Locations to enjoy from Palik__ may be a loop hike toward Kapalaoa or toward Kaupo Gap and back. Visit https://www.nps.gov/hale/planyourvisit/maps.htm to plan your day hikes from any cabin. Please stay on designated trails throughout your crater journey and pack out everything with you!

    Natural Features

    Cabins are located inside Haleakal__ crater and involve a strenuous hike around distinctive cinder cones. Campers should prepare for hot, sunny, cold, wet, and windy conditions as weather can change rapidly. There is no shade or water on the crater floor, and temperatures can vary from 40-70 degrees Fahrenheit during the day and 30-50 degrees Fahrenheit at night, so pack plenty of water, sunscreen, and layers. If it is stormy, winds can exceed 80 miles per hour with temperatures dropping well below freezing.__ Hiking trails may be steep. Terrain may include loose cinders and/or rocks. Change in altitude can be from a high of 9,780ft to a low of 6,380ft. Due to the soft sandy nature of the trails, plan on spending twice as much time to hike out as to hike in.__

    contact_info

    For facility specific information, please call (808) 572-4400.

    Nearby Attractions

    Visitor cabins are located near the wilderness tent areas. A wilderness tent permit does not grant access to any wilderness cabin within the crater and vice versa. Wilderness tent sites can be reserved through rec.gov.

    Charges & Cancellations

    Reservations are non-transferable.__ 1) Cancellations prior to 14 days---$10.00 charge + partial refund2) Cancellations within 14 days of arrival---No refund3) $10.00 change fee per reservation night prior to 7 days. No changes within 7 days (not counting arrival day)

      $75 / night

      Camper-submitted photo from Sacred Garden Retreat
      Camper-submitted photo from Sacred Garden Retreat

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