17 Campgrounds

218 Campsites

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    E Komo Mai!

    "Welcome to the City and County of Honolulu’s online camping reservation system. We hope you have the opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors in one of our public campgrounds, and experience a renewed appreciation for our beautiful island home in the process."

    --Mayor Rick Blangiardi

    Please be sure to see the Site Updates below and read our FAQs for important information.

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    Bellows Field Beach Park

    50 campsites 3-day camping
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    Hau'ula Beach Park

    8 campsites 5-day camping
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    10 campsites 5-day camping
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    Kahua Kuou (Ho'omaluhia)

    8 campsites 3-day camping
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    Kahua Lehua (Ho'omaluhia)

    5 campsites 3-day camping
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    Kahua Nui-Makai (Ho'omaluhia)

    15 campsites 3-day camping
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    Kaiaka Bay Beach Park

    7 campsites 5-day camping
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    Kalaeloa Beach Park

    13 campsites 3-day camping
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    Kalaniana'ole Beach Park

    12 campsites 5-day camping
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    Kea'au Beach Park

    25 campsites 5-day camping
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    Kokololio Beach Park

    5 campsites 5-day camping
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    Kualoa A Regional Park

    7 campsites 3-day camping
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    Kualoa B Regional Park

    14 campsites 5-day camping
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    Lualualei Beach Park #1

    6 campsites 5-day camping
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    Ma'ili Beach Park

    14 campsites 3-day camping
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    Swanzy Beach Park

    9 campsites 3-day camping
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    Waimanalo Beach Park

    10 campsites 5-day camping

Site Updates

*** HURRICANE SEASONAL & SEVERE WEATHER ADVISORY: During Hurricane Season and/or severe weather events, refunds for camping will be given only if the campgrounds are officially closed due to health and safety concerns. In this event, an official public announcement regarding Park Closure(s) will come from the Mayor’s Office and/or the Department of Parks and Recreation. Prior to reserving a campsite, please factor the possibility of cancellation due to health and safety concerns (stemming from, but not limited to weather) and reference news outlets for weather related updates and this website for campground closures.

••• RESTRICTIONS: (In accordance with rules and regulations) Each campsite consists of 900 square feet, allows for a maximum of 10 people, 1 canopy, 3 tents (maximum size per tent and canopy is 10x10 feet) and 3 vehicles (except at Hauula and Lualualei Beach Parks). All City campsites are closed on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Note: Only one camping permit per customer per camping week.

*** ADVISORY: Kualoa “A” Regional Park Campground will be closed the weekend of March 3rd , 2023, to host the Annual Canoe Festival (Reference this website’s home page advisory for updates). Kualoa “B” Regional Park Campground will be open. However, anticipate a significant increase in pedestrian and vehicle traffic during this period. Please consider that camping at this location may be affected by this event.

***ADVISORY:A project to install vehicular barriers at Kea‘au Beach Park is scheduled to begin Monday, Feb. 27, 2023. No park or campground facilities are expected to be closed as a result of this project, but the work will be impacting areas near the campsites. The work is scheduled to be finished in about four months. Mahalo for your understanding.

***ADVISORY: The comfort station (bathroom building) at Waimānalo Beach Park Campground will be closed until further notice for necessary repairs. Portable toilets will be provided nearby and the shower stations remain available. We apologize for this inconvenience and appreciate your patience and understanding.

***ADVISORY: Bellows Field Beach Park campground relies on this website’s (campsite indicators) display and the printable map version for campsite positions at this location. Due to area restrictions, campsite placards and/ or posts are NOT installed at this campground.

***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.

***ADVISORY: Camping permits are issued for tent camping only. Camping in trailers, trucks, van, or other vehicles is strictly prohibited. Note: For vehicular camping options, it is recommended that you consult with the vehicle’s vendor and/or search the web for private campgrounds on Oahu.

*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: Waimanalo Bay Beach Park was officially renamed Hūnānāniho (reference City Council Resolution 21-132).

*NOTICE: Nanakuli Beach Park was officially renamed Kalanianaole Beach Park (reference City Council Resolution 15-289).

*NOTICE: Vehicular camping is prohibited at City and County campgrounds.

*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.

*NOTICE: No person shall engage in commercial activities of any kind while camping at a designated campground.

*** ADVISORY FOR EMAIL NOTIFICATION - Please add no-reply@honolulu.gov to your contacts to ensure email delivery. If you are awaiting confirmation, please check your SPAM and TRASH folders for emails from the City and County of Honolulu.

At camping.honolulu.gov you can reserve a campsite up to two (2) weeks in advance. Note: Only one camping permit per customer per camping week. 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.


This site only applies to City and County of Honolulu parks. If you wish to camp at a Hawaii State Park, please click here.

Please see our FAQs if you have further questions.