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We mostly enjoyed our stay in cabin # 6. First of all, we didn't have to race back to "civilization" by dark like most of the day trippers. The cabins are $60 + $6 in fees for Hi. residents, and $90 plus fees for non-residents....More
The camping here is awesome. This place is truly Hawaii. There is a big blow hole in the rocks, amazing views, and the sounds of waves crashing while you sleep. The black sand beach is awesome. One of the best spots to camp on the...More
My husband and I had stayed at these cabins 9 years ago and the condition went from rough to gross. The cabins did not have any amenities. There were ants all over the kitchen counter. The hot plate barely worked. The caretaker was very rude...More
...not the cabins. Camping here was the highlight of our trip to Maui. If you are thinking of staying in the cabins or in a hotel save your money and pack your tent and sleeping bag instead. It was worth the extra check-in bag at...More
Stayed here recently on my road-trip around the island. The cabin itself is nothing special, really rather dumpy, but a short walk from here puts you on a beautiful black-sand beach. You can hear the waves crashing against the rocks from the cabin. The porch...More
There are 6 plastic plates, cups and bowls. All of them are thick and sturdy. The Plates look like a frisbee. There are also 6 forks, spoons, butter knives and some pots and pans. You should wash before use as some of... More
There are 6 plastic plates, cups and bowls. All of them are thick and sturdy. The Plates look like a frisbee. There are also 6 forks, spoons, butter knives and some pots and pans. You should wash before use as some of them has a thick layer of dust from lack of use. All dishes & cookware have been heavily used and scratched up.