*** HURRICANE SEASONAL ADVISORY: During this Hurricane Season refunds for camping will be given only if the campgrounds are officially closed due to a hurricane. In this event, an official public announcement regarding Park Closure(s) will come from the Mayor/Mayor’s Office. Please listen to the news for current updates.
• • • As of June 11, 2021, Tier 4 protocols have been implemented for City parks and campgrounds:
• The maximum number of persons per camping permit is ten (10) in accordance with regular camping rules. All other campground procedures and rules apply. All City campsites are closed on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
• The online reservation system will reflect this revision beginning Friday, June 11, 2021, at 5 p.m. You may access reservation (at https://camping.honolulu.gov) using your log-in information.
• Camping within designated City campgrounds under the Tier 4 phase will begin on Friday, June 11, 2021, with an approved DPR permit.
•The capacity of City campgrounds has be reduced to create greater physical distance between campsites. As COVID restrictions are loosened, more City campgrounds will become available for public use.
• Information pertaining to the City’s Reopening Strategy can be access at: https://www.oneoahu.org/reopening-strategy
* NOTICE: Following the documentation of 7 Hawaiian green sea turtle nesting sites along Bellows Field Beach Park in 2020, Marine Corps Base Hawai‘i and the Honolulu Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) will be closing the campground at Bellows for an approximately 19-week period (beginning Monday, April 19 through September 2, 2021).
As a result of this extended closure, DPR is exploring how to offer more camping opportunities at some of the other City campgrounds.
Weekend day-use of Bellows Beach will continue as regularly allowed, as will military training exercises on the weekdays, though protection measures for identified nesting sites will restrict access to the nesting sites.
Once a nesting site is confirmed, the area surrounding the nest will be cordoned off from human use. Signs will be posted at the public facilities with information about the turtle nesting sites. We encourage everyone to report any disturbing or illegal behavior against the turtles or nests by calling (808) 285-9529 or (808) 257-2123.
Please note: This campground closure may be extended past Labor Day Weekend 2021 (Sept. 3, 2021) should the existence of additional nesting sites be observed. Further updates will be provided as we approach that holiday weekend. Mahalo for your understanding and cooperation.
*** ADVISORY: The Kokololio printable map version is temporary unavailable. Permittees for this campground shall rely on this website’s (campsite indicators) display and/or the (official) placard numbers on-site.
*NOTICE: Kalaeloa Beach Park - The comfort station will remain closed until further notice, portable toilets will be available and the outdoor showers will be operational. Parking at your campsite is no longer permitted. Vehicle parking is along the unpaved road within the campground (known as Eisenhower Rd).
*NOTICE: Nanakuli Beach Park was officially renamed Kalanianaole Beach Park (reference City Council Resolution 15-289).
*NOTICE: Permittee shall not transfer, assign, or sell any or all rights granted by the permit to a third party or relinquish possession or use of the whole or any parts of the park granted to permittee under the permit.
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At camping.honolulu.gov you can reserve a campsite up to two (2) weeks in advance.
Campsites are made available every Friday at 5:00 p.m. (Hawaii Standard Time) including Holidays. Camping fees for a campsite holding up to ten (10) persons will be thirty-two (32) dollars for a three day campground and fifty-two (52) dollars for a five day campground. Per FAQ 1: Camping permits in city campgrounds are issued for three (3) days or five (5) days only, depending on the park. Camping always begins on Friday and extends through the weekend ending on either Monday at 8am (3 days) or Wednesday at 8am (5 days).
Parking permits now require you to provide make, model, color, year, and license plate number for each of up to three cars. Only cars with parking permits are allowed overnight.
THERE ARE NO CHANGES, CANCELLATIONS OR REFUNDS FOR ISSUED PERMITS.
This site only applies to City and County of Honolulu parks. If you wish to camp at a Hawaii State Park, please click
Please see our FAQs if you have further questions.