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Camping is a great way to see the Kauai, as well as other islands in Hawaii (Big Island, Maui or Oahu). It is also a great way to visit Kauai on a budget. Some camping sites have amenities while others are more primitive. Cabins are also available at some sites if you don't want to sleep in a tent the entire time.

You'll need to get the proper camping permits, for free or a nominal fee. Some sites are in very high demand (e.g., Na Pali Coast), so you will need to plan ahead. (Reservations can be made up to a year in advance.)

Kauai Campsite - Anini Beach
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Don't forget to pack your camping gear. Whatever you forget, you might be able to purchase at one of the local outfitter stores.

The Hawaii camping sites only have cold water. For a hot shower, you could try one of those sunshowers. Alternatively, you might want to stay at a hotel some nights.

Please note that the Hawaii Sierra Club advises women not to hike or camp alone on Kauai.

Kauai Campsites - North Shore
N1. Anini Beach - County Park*
N2. Hanalei (Black Pot Beach) - County Park
N3. Ha'ena Beach - County Park*
N4. Hanakapi'ai Beach- Na Pali Coast State Park
N5. Hanakoa- Na Pali Coast State Park
N6. Kalalau- Na Pali Coast State Park
N7. Miloli'i- Na Pali Coast State Park
Kauai Campsites - East Side
E1. Anahola - County Park
E2. Hanama'ulu Beach - County Park
E3. Niumalu Beach - County Park
Kauai Campsites - West Side
W1. Kokee Lodge - Kokee State Park, (cabins also available)
W2. Sugi Grove - Kokee State Park
W3. Kawaikoi - Kokee State Park
W4. Camp Sloggett - YMCA
W5. Wiliwili - Waimea Canyon State Park
W6. Salt Pond - County Park*
W7. Lucy Wright - County Park
W8. Polihale State Park

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