This campground has an incredible setting on oceanside cliffs amid the stone ruins of an ancient Hawaiian village. Good mana here! This is a primitive campground. Facilities include pit toilets, picnic tables and grills. Drinking water is only available from the nearby visitor center restrooms. Camping is free and is first-come, first-served but limited to three nights within a 30-day period.
In winter you’ll usually have the place to yourself, and even in summer there’s typically enough space to handle everyone who shows up.
Bring mosquito repellent and gear suitable for rainy conditions. The campground is 440yd southeast of the Kipahulu Visitor Center.