Kahua Nui-Makai (Ho'omaluhia)

Reserve a campsite for January 21, 2022 to January 24, 2022

Legend 1 available 1 held 1 assigned Ada ADA accessible site Facility restroom

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  • Campsite 17 Reserve
  • Campsite 18 Reserve
  • Campsite 19 Reserve
  • Campsite 20 Reserve
  • Campsite 21 assigned
  • Campsite 22 assigned
  • Campsite 23 Reserve
  • Campsite 24 assigned
  • Campsite 25 assigned
  • Campsite 26 assigned
  • Campsite 27 Reserve
  • Campsite 28 Reserve
  • Campsite 29 assigned
  • Campsite 30 assigned
  • Campsite 31 assigned

About this Park

• REITERATION: (In accordance with the COVID-19 Recovery Framework and until further notice) The maximum number of persons per camping permit is ten (10). All other campground procedures and rules apply. All City campsites are closed on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

***HOLIDAY CAMPGROUND CLOSURE*** The campgrounds at Ho’omaluhia Botanical Garden will be CLOSED from Friday, Dec. 24, 2021 through Monday, Jan. 3, 2022 in observance of Christmas and New Year’s holidays. Camping at these three botanical garden campgrounds will resume on Friday, Jan. 7, 2022. Season’s greetings and mahalo for your understanding.

The Ho'omaluhia Botanical Gardens are situated against the majestic Ko'olau Range and offer the only city campsites that are not on the beach. Set in a picturesque rainforest, the Kahua Nui campgrounds are the largest in the park offering 15 campsites. Access to the Large Group Campsite and the pavilion are obtained by contacting the park directly at (808) 233-7323. A printed permit is required to camp in this park. All fees are non-refundable.


15 campsites total
2 Comfort Stations
Outdoor Showers
Picnic Tables
Fire Circles and Pads


45-680 Luluku Road
Kane'ohe, Hawai'i 96744
Bus route 55/ 56/ 65/ 77 then 2 _ miles to Visitors Center. Campers may access the park from 5:30 pm to 6:30pm. Visitors to campsites must exit the park by 9:15pm.