We chose this cabin for the price as staying in Hana is not cheap. We would chose it again for the setting, the peace and quite and the roominess. We needed our own linen so brought old sheets from home (that we could leave behind...更多
We stayed in Cabin #5, it was clean and the amenities were adequate for camping. The kitchen was clean, the bathroom and shower were clean. No A/C, so it was hot and humid all night.
The setting is incredible! Right behind the cabin is a...更多
We stopped at this park on our way to Hanna and Beyond. Good facilities with washrooms, picnic tables, Cabins to rent, showers and even camping. The park is very clean and well maintained. It has a black sand beach and freshwater caves to explore. However...更多
My wife and I stayed here (in cabin #1) with our two adult children and their significant others. The cabin had obviously been overhauled recently and was very neat and clean. It had two bunk beds in one small bedroom and another bunk bed in...更多
These cabin are amazing for the price! My in Laws stayed here several years ago and were thoroughly disgusted with them because they were filthy dirty and old. They were closed most of the summer for a renovations, after hearing this we decided to give...更多
How can I make reservations at not only here, but other Maui St. Parks/Cabins? Do you have a phone number or website? I haven't seen any. I am looking for a Single Man place to stay any where on Maui, May stay a week, maybe a month or two.
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Google "Hawaii State Parks" and the website should pop up. A maximum of 4 nights per 30 days is allowed in the cabins. $90 per night plus $6 reservation fee. I'm not sure about the campground but information is available... 更多
Google "Hawaii State Parks" and the website should pop up. A maximum of 4 nights per 30 days is allowed in the cabins. $90 per night plus $6 reservation fee. I'm not sure about the campground but information is available at the same website.
BTW: On Trip Advisor the address for this campground is shown to be in Wailuku. It is NOT in Wailuku. It is just outside Hana, several hours away from Wailuku.
Can someone tell me about bedding at these cabins? We are coming from Canada and staying in a cabin for 2 nights. Obviously we can't bring blankets or sleeping bags in our luggage. I know we have to bring our own linens, but do they supply blankets? Do we even NEED blankets there? Help!
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Yes you need to bring everything. If you're coming during a time other than summer- it will get cold and most likely rain. You'll have to buy blankets or stuff them in your luggage