DIVISION OF HAWAII STATE PARKS

STATE CAMPGROUNDS

There are two State Parks on the island of Maui where camping is allowed:

POLIPOLI SPRINGS
Location: A wooded area at an elevation of 6,200 feet on the West slope of Haleakala.
Facilities: Restrooms and picnic tables.
Requirements: A 4-wheel drive or small-type vehicle is a must to gain access to this park.
WAIANAPANAPA
Location: A scenic rocky coastline on the wet side of the island, in Hana. Approximately 52 miles from Kahului Airport.
Facilities: Restrooms and picnic tables, outdoor showers, barbecue grills.
Requirements: Must have a tent or camper.

 

PERMITS

A permit to camp at either State Park is required from the Division of State Parks at no charge. The maximum length of stay is five consecutive nights within a 30-day period.

Because of limits on the number of campers per campsite, please specify the dates and the park at which you wish to camp.

The names and identification number of each individual camper is required.

Identification number consists of a Social Security Number, Driver's License Number, State Identification Number or Passport Number.

Permits are available from 8:00 AM to 4:15 PM, Monday through Friday at the following address:

Division of State Parks
54 South High Street
Wailuku, Maui, HI 96793
(808) 984-8109

 Island Campgrounds Mapp