Kipahulu campgrounds is $8 a night with a 3-night maximum stay. There is a 6-person and two tents maximum per campsite. A PRINTED reservation from the confirmation email must be held by the reservation holder. Staying at the Kīpahulu campground takes you back to Hawaiian ahupuaʻa times, surrounding the campgrounds are historic rock walls and archeological sites. The campground is about 1/8 mile (.2 km) south of the Kīpahulu Visitor Center. Sites overlook ocean cliffs and are a short walk from ʻOheʻo Gulch, also known as the Seven Sacred Pools. The ʻOheʻo Gulch is home to many waterfalls, bamboo forests, and incredible ocean views. Relax and enjoy watching the sunrise over the Alenuihāhā channel.
You will notice a stream at the campground. Please note that entry into the stream at any point in the park is prohibited. Be prepared for rain, harsh sun, and mosquitoes. There is no beach access. Please do not touch, dry clothes on, or climb on the walls. Refrain from wandering in tall grass off established trails so as to allow archeological sites to rest. Local fishers utilize the coastline, please be respectful of their equipment.
- Picnic tables
- Charcoal grill (must bring your own charcoal)
- Vault toilets
- A water station nearby at the visitor center