Campgrounds

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Bellows Field Beach Park

**There will be no camping at Bellows July 11-14 and July 25-28 due to RIMPAC military exercises.**

Bellows Field Beach Park is located on a beautiful stretch of windward beach and holds fifty campsites. It is also a part of an active military training area. Campgrounds are not available before 12 noon on Friday. The park is closed between the hours of 8 p.m and 6 a.m. and no one is allowed to enter.Campers must remain in their designated camping area during those hours. A printed permit is required to camp in this park. All fees are non-refundable.

50 campsites / 3-day camping

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Hau'ula Beach Park

Small and rural, Hau'ula Beach Park is close to convenience shopping but far from the night life of Honolulu. A printed permit is required to camp in this park. All fees are non-refundable. Note: Homeless encounters likely.

8 campsites / 5-day camping

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Kahua Kuou (Ho'omaluhia)

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 Kuou campgrounds offer distinctive camping among plants from India and Sri Lanka. A printed permit is required to camp in this park. All fees are non-refundable.

8 campsites / 3-day camping

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Kahua Lehua (Ho'omaluhia)

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 Lehua campground affords camping among plants native to Hawaii Nei. A printed permit is required to camp in this park. All fees are non-refundable.

6 campsites / 3-day camping

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Kahua Nui-Makai (Ho'omaluhia)

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 / 3-day camping

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Kaiaka Bay Beach Park

**All camping at Kaiaka Bay Beach Park has been suspended due to a fire at the comfort station. Camping will resume when repairs are completed.**

Located at the mouth of the Waialua River, Kaiaka Beach Park features good surfing and fishing when in season. During most seasons this is probably not a swimming beach. A printed permit is required to camp in this park. All fees are non-refundable.

7 campsites / 5-day camping

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Kalaeloa Beach Park

**Effective APRIL 1, 2014, the Comfort Station will be closed and portable toilets will be installed. The outdoor showers will still be available.**

A beautiful beach that features good surfing and very good fishing, camping at Kalaeloa Beach Park can seem quiet and very remote. A printed permit is required to camp in this park. All fees are non-refundable. Note: Houseless encounters likely.

13 campsites / 3-day camping

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Kea'au Beach Park

Beautiful ocean for the experienced only, please. A printed permit is required to camp in this park. All fees are non-refundable. Note: Houseless encounters likely.

25 campsites / 5-day camping

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Kokololio Beach Park

Always in high demand, Kokololio Beach Park is a beautiful park with a beautiful beach but surf and currents can demand the swimmers attention. A printed permit is required to camp in this park. All fees are non-refundable.

5 campsites / 5-day camping

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Kualoa A Regional Park

Kualoa "A" Beach Park is closed during the summer for dedicated parks programs. A printed permit is required to camp in this park. All fees are non-refundable.

7 campsites / 3-day camping

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Kualoa B Regional Park

Facing Mokoli'i (Chinamans' Hat) Kualoa "B" Beach Park is adjacent to ancient Hawaiian fishponds. Fishing here can be quite good. A printed permit is required to camp in this park. All fees are non-refundable.

14 campsites / 5-day camping

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Lualualei Beach Park #1

Lualualei Beach Park is now open year round for camping. A printed permit is required to camp in this park. All fees are non-refundable.

6 campsites / 5-day camping

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Maili Beach Park

Comfortably adjacent to an historic community, Ma'ili Beach Park is very popular with local residents particularly during the summer. A printed permit is required to camp in this park. All fees are non-refundable.

12 campsites / 3-day camping

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Nanakuli Beach Park

Nanakuli Beach Park sports a spectacular beach that supports excellent fishing and challenging swimming conditions. Canoe clubs often throng the beach for both practice and competition attracting many local faces. A printed permit is required to camp in this park. All fees are non-refundable.

11 campsites / 5-day camping

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Swanzy Beach Park

Some fishing, a little swimming, and close to convenience shopping, Swanzy Beach Park is only open to camping from Friday to Monday. A printed permit is required to camp in this park. All fees are non-refundable.

9 campsites / 3-day camping

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Waimanalo Bay Beach Park

Waimanalo Bay Beach Park shares the same beach with Bellows Field Beach Park with gates open from 6:00a.m. to 7:45p.m. A printed permit is required to camp in this park. All fees are non-refundable.

10 campsites / 5-day camping

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Waimanalo Beach Park

Waimanalo Beach Park plays a wide and varied role in a large and very active native community. Local society fairly swirls around this park and weekends always feature some sporting event. A printed permit is required to camp in this park. All fees are non-refundable. Note: Houseless encounters likely.

19 campsites / 5-day camping

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