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Camping is a great way to see the Oahu, as well as other islands in Hawaii (Big Island, Kauai, or Maui) . It is also a great way to visit Oahu 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.

Oahu Camping

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

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.

Oahu has a great bus system! Depending on where you plan to go, you might not even need to rent a car.

Oahu Campsites - North Shore
N1.Kaiaka Bay Beach - County Park
N2.Mokuleia Beach - County Park
N3.Camp Erdman - YMCA
N4.Mokuleia Forest Reserve - State Park
Oahu Campsites - Winward Coast (East Shore)
W1.Camp Kokokahi - YWCA
W2.Kualoa "B" Regional - County Park
W3.Swanzy Beach - County Park
W4.Kahana Valley State Park
W5.Hauula Beach - County Park
W6.Kokololio Beach - County Park
W7. Malakehana State Park
Oahu Campsites - Southeast Side
S1.Kalaeloa (Barber's Point) Beach - County Park
S2.Waimanalo Bay Recreation Area
S3.Waimanalo Beach - County Park
S4.Sand Island State Recreation Area
Oahu Campsites - Central
C1.Hoomaluhia Botanical Garden
C2.Keaiwa Heiau State Recreation Area
Oahu Campsites - Leeward Coast (West Shore)
L1.Bellows Field Beach - County Park
L2.Camp Timberline
L3.Nanakuli Beach - County Park
L4.Maili Beach - County Park
L5.Lualualei Beach Park No.1 - County Park
L6.Keaau Beach - County Park
L7.Camp Waianae

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