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12 Reviews of 4 Wahilauhue, Hawaii Campgrounds
There are cabins and apartments for rent if you have base access. I stayed in a cabin near the beach, it was small and clean. Only problem is the reservations are booked for about year out, so you never know what kind of weather you'll get when the reservation finally comes along. In our case it…
This rec park is one of the least visited since the area is no longer a busy as it used to be. There are showers and bathrooms with beach access, but I prefer to go to other beaches to swim.
There are few sites on island that are not connected to the beach. This place offers different features that make for a fun stay. It can rain a lot in this area so keep that in mind.
Sand Island is an industrial place so there’s not many stores nearby but it’s a pretty unique park with lots of space to hangout. The beach isn’t the nicest but it’s good for little kids and there’s a nice surf break if the swell is in.
Date of stay: September 19 Campsite: #16
This area is available to DoD ID card holders only.
Tent campsites are way too close together! Every 2 sites should be combined to make 1. Ocean view sites are very sandy and if you are near the restroom, be prepared for beach goers to walk right through…
Date of stay (Aug 19) Stay site (Kahua Kuou site #4)
Favorite Spot for family camping on Oahu! Free fishing (bring your own bread), easy hiking, and large spread out campsites make this a great spot to camp with little ones!
Each site at Kahua Kuou had a fire pit and the campsites are secluded…
Date of visit (Jan 20) Stayed in Campsite #6 Like many campground in Oahu the campsites were very close together. We lucked out and there were not many campers in the park after 8pm. However during the day this Regional Park does get very crowded with weekend activities, parties, and tourists.…
Clean grounds great beach access clean restrooms
far, hard to get there. hot and no confessions there. closed wednesdays before. don't know present conditions. could have changed.
Not a lot of people go to this beach because it's not so popular. It's tucked far back behind a coast guard base mixed with old commercial buildings and businesses. It's not the prettiest beach, but if you'd like to go somewhere relatively quiet and not much going on, this would be the beach for…
the water is great for some body surfing.
Camping with the church for a morning baptism. Sandy beach with some tree coverage and grassy spots.