Mokuleia Forest Reserve. Upper elevation, open meadow surrounded by Cook pine, eucalyptus and the occasional native tree. Sweeping views of north shore and excellent star gazing on clear nights. Each campsite has a shelter. No water available. Hiking access to Mokuleia Trail. Campsites are…
- Drive-InPark next to your site
- Walk-InPark in a lot, walk to your site.
- Hike-InBackcountry sites.
- Tent Sites
- Picnic Table
- Phone Service
Peacock Flats is hardly ever fully booked out due to how remote it is and requiring 4wd to get there. It's quite the adventure and can be very wet and muddy. Highly recommend having paperwork, permits, IDs all together in advance because you have to pass through military checkpoints on the west…
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Secluded spot in the Oahu Mountains. Getting there can be a challenge and Camping is very primitive. The only amenities on site are put toilets and picnic tables, plan accordingly.
On a clear night however the sky is amazing!
From the Website: Special Conditions Public access through the…
Peacock Flats - Mokuleia Forest Reserve is located in Hawaii
Drive towards Kaena Point on Farrington Highway until you reach Yokohama Bay. Turn right and check in with your permit at the security guard station. Proceed up the road until you get to the intersection with the second guard shack on the left. Turn right at the stop sign and proceed past the Kaena Point Tracking Station. Once past the tracking station, the road curves to the left and you will pass another intersection on the right. Adjacent to the next intersection is a large dirt parking area. Proceed past the parking area on the unpaved road that descends down into Manini Gulch. The campsite is 7.3 miles in. 4WD vehicles only. If you are hiking, access is also available on Mokuleia Access Road (just before the airfield on Farrington Hwy in Mokuleia).