Bordered by the ocean on one side and gnarled trees on the other, the setting here is pure Survivor. Amenities are simple – cold-water showers, outhouses, picnic tables, drinking water – and sites tightly packed. Despite the port-o-johns and slightly scruffy appearance, it has a pretty area with cabins, a fire pit and kitchen right on the beach, suitable for larger groups.
Enter across the highway from the Olowalu general store then drive southeast beside Hwy 30 to the campground. Wi-fi available at the checkout window. Fourteen-night maximum stay.