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46 Reviews of 11 Halepalaoa Landing, Hawaii Campgrounds

CThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jan. 7, 2021

closed due to COVID

a beautiful campground unfortunately the park is only open to day trippers at the moment. I was keen on hiking into the park and packing it  all in with me and the park rangers are serious about giving the land some time to rehab and relax until they again feel comfortable with thru hikers and…

Month of VisitFebruary
J
Reviewed Jan. 1, 2021

Hosmer was awesome.

You would not think about cold weather gear when camping on Maui, but we used it here. It was cold and wet both nights. We were prepared and had a great time; camping here made it much easier to drive up for the sunrises and sunsets each day.

We will camp here again!!

S
Reviewed Oct. 31, 2020

Worth it for the hot showers

Tried setting up a tent in a windstorm, gave up and slept in the van instead. Check in after hours was easy enough, didn’t noticed as the parking lot filled up overnight.

Don’t turn your back on the chickens. They’ll get into your vehicle if given the chance.

If camping on Maui, definitely…

S
Reviewed Oct. 31, 2020

Worth Some Hassle

We opted for van camping so we were close to the road so it was noisier than if we’d been closer to the beach. Due to rain and needing to drive around other vehicles, the site was hard to get in and out of but we really enjoyed the location and ease.

Margo A.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 27, 2020

Day Use Only

This beautiful 40 acre oceanside park is perfect for hanging out by the beach for a picnic or bbq, play volleyball on 3 courts take to the water in a wind or kite surfer, outrigger and canoeing. The white sand beach is surrounded by trees and bike paths. A lifeguard office is manned and equipped…

EThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 27, 2020

Amazing experience!

The Tentalow was clean and in nice condition. Little light pollution, great for star gazing.

Month of VisitMarch
Tracy Jo I.
Reviewed Mar. 10, 2020

Pass on this Wayside “campground”

Infested with kiave (extreme thorn plants). Difficult to get in and out of because it’s literally ten feet off a major highway. No fire access. No water access. Getting permits are a huge pain. Checking happened only once and it was in the middle of the night which is terrifying for a woman solo…

Tracy Jo I.
Reviewed Mar. 7, 2020

Gorgeous, quiet, (almost) everything you need

What a darling little spot. Would return in a heartbeat, and honestly probably will before the month is up. Had two glorious nights there and now I don't want to camp anywhere else in Maui because I was so spoiled.

Pros

  • To echo other folks, absolutely LOVED the outdoor showers - and…
Site12
Month of VisitApril
R
Reviewed Oct. 24, 2019

A must-see in Maui!

This is a must-see in Maui! From the base of the mountain, it will take you about 30 minutes to drive to the top of Haleakala.

The roads are very twisty, and there are sections where there are no guardrails. Be sure to drive at a pace that is comfortable for you, and utilize the pullover areas to…

  • Haleakala Crater View From Helicopter
  • Haleakala Crater
Month of VisitOctober
Jenna S.
Reviewed Oct. 2, 2019

Cot camping

It was breath taking. Grounds were so nice, the place was so clean. The outdoor shower was perfect. Easy check-in. It was my first time cot camping. It was the perfect place to cot camp at a tent site.

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Johnny G.
Reviewed Aug. 23, 2019

Beat place on West Maui to camp!

Stayed here during the week and this is absolute best place to camp. Has cell reception, bathrooms, showers, ocean access, and overall great campground. I did a camp site which is in dirt which kinda sucks but that’s is only complaint but won’t rate it down for this. Food and drink access is close…

Shae M.
Reviewed Aug. 8, 2019

Awesome little park!!

Unreal! It’s like your on the moon. O! Watch for a NeNe, this bird is very rare and lives on at the top of this mountain . Beware the road it going up is all twists and turns. Be careful if you get carsick or are severely hungover 🤢

Erin H.
Reviewed Jun. 26, 2019

Hey - it’s Maui, what’s more to say?

Ok, you twisted my arm...

Hosmer Grove Campground is a small set of primitive sites located in the Kīpahulu region of Haleakalā National Park, at the cloud line. This means it will get cold, especially at night, and even in the summer. Come prepared for this nice break from the Maui beach heat. …

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Jordan T.
Reviewed Jun. 17, 2019

great private campsite with all the amenities

I read seriously conflicting reviews about this place before coming here, so I was super on the fence. We ended up camping in our campervan for our first night here, and it was just what we needed. The campervan site is just a dirt lot, but it's pretty big and right next to the showers and toilets.…

  • campervan campground area
  • clearly still doing construction on the site
  • showers, bathrooms and tent area are all a few steps away from that wooden post behind the cars
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Month of VisitJuly
Jordan T.
Reviewed Jun. 17, 2019

beautiful but rainy campground in the clouds

We hiked through here on a day hike through the crater, and stopped here to rest and chat with some campers. The campground has one cabin available to reserve online (but reservations fill up fast) and then a grassy area to camp with a tent in. The guys we talked to said it was constantly raining…

  • the cabin at Holua
  • a better view of the cabin, water source and outhouse

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