The state manages two campgrounds at high, often misty elevations: Palaau State Park ★★ and the remote Waikolu Overlook in the Molokai Forest Reserve. Both have restroom and picnic facilities, but no drinking water or barbecues. Note: Waikolu is spectacular, but requires a 4WD vehicle to drive 10 miles up mostly unpaved Maunahui Road starting from its unmarked intersection with Maunaloa Highway (Hwy. 460) near mile marker 4; do not attempt in muddy or rainy conditions. If the area is not covered in clouds, you’ll be rewarded with views of the pristine Waikolu Valley and the Pacific, and be that much closer to the Kamakou Preserve ★★★.
Molokai Forest Reserve and Palau State Park, HI
Our Rating Neighborhood Around the Island Hours 5-night maximum Phone 808/984-8100 Prices Permits $18 per campsite (up to 6 persons), $3 per additional person (kids 2 and under free) Web site Permits Online Other 5-night maximum. Available online at https://camping.ehawaii.gov.
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