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My wife and I stayed here (in cabin #1) with our two adult children and their significant others. The cabin had obviously been overhauled recently and was very neat and clean. It had two bunk beds in one small bedroom and another bunk bed in...More
These cabin are amazing for the price! My in Laws stayed here several years ago and were thoroughly disgusted with them because they were filthy dirty and old. They were closed most of the summer for a renovations, after hearing this we decided to give...More
We left the timeshare for a day to enjoy the road to Hana and stayed in the cabin and then had a relaxing trip back to the other side. and by the way stop at Coconut Glens at mile marker 27
The cabin is furnished...More
I reviewed these cabins back in 2004, and thought they were functional, although utilitarian and rusty. A much-needed renovation was completed and the cabins were reopened July 1. The new cabins are sparkling, with sturdy wooden bunk beds with nice, fat mattresses replacing the rusted...More
If you're on the Road to Hana stop here to check out the black sand beaches and secret caves with cold, fresh water. Spend as much or as little time as you want in the park. We had packed some sandwiches for the ride and...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.