Halfway to Lahaina on the Honoapiilani Highway, this cozy campground is nestled right up to one of the island’s best coral reefs. It’s perfect for avid snorkelers and, during the winter months, whale-watchers. (You can hear them slap their fins against the sea’s surface at night—a magical experience.) Tent sites sit beneath shady kiawe trees—watch out for thorns—on flat, relatively soft ground. The porta-potties and outdoor showers are rustic; the campground is next to the highway and can be a tad noisy—but for $15, you’ll have the gently lapping Pacific outside your tent’s door. Six A-frame cabins with bathrooms, showers, and a kitchen are available for group rentals. You can also rent kayaks on-site.