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Reviewed April 11, 2017 via mobile

The road up to the park is paved,narrow and lots of turns...but,lots to see. You move up the mountain through different ecosystems. At the top we had clouds on the 1 side and cinder cones on another side.

Stayed: April 2017, travelled with friends
Thank Stuart D
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Reviewed January 1, 2017

The two campgrounds that are combined under this heading are entirely different and far apart so do your research before you go. I just stayed at Hosmer Grove, a free campground halfway up the Haleakala Summit just near the Visitor Center. There is drinking water, pit toilets and a small shelter. The sites all slope somewhat and in this area expect periodic cold rain. The trees shelter the wind rather well. Expect to be awakened at 3 or 4 by everyone heading up to the sunrise. A beautiful setting but it can be very cold and wet.

Room Tip: Downhill on the right is sheltered by big trees.
Stayed: December 2016, travelled solo
3  Thank bearchri
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Reviewed October 25, 2016 via mobile

Make sure to leave early and beat the traffic! You can't beat the views from Mt Haleakala. Sounds silly, but it looks like photos of Mars. We talked to a park ranger at the visitor center who was sort friendly.

Stayed: October 2016, travelled with family
Thank frizzelld
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Reviewed September 12, 2016

The state cabins made it fairly easy to stay in Hana with our family, even flying in. The cabins were clean and the kitchen/bbq was functional. We stopped at Costco to grab a few throws, pillows, and food. We brought from home some twin sheets to cover the mattresses and a few beach towels.

The advantage to staying here are that you get to explore Hana before the crowds get there and you get to see far more than just driving the Road to Hana. Our favs were the Garden of Eden, the beach in Hana, the bamboo forest hike (pi pi wai trail), the Venice pool, and the Hana farm pizza on Saturday night. We also LOVED some home made popsicles that were sold by the general store.

The "cons" to this cabin were the mosquitoes--bring bug spray--and the lack of air flow--a fan is needed as it was SO hot. So, if you decide to stay in these nice cabins, have a way to cool off!

We used the "Gypsy" app to guide us on the road--which made it super fun for the kids too.

Room Tip: The lower numbered cabins are closer to the ocean.
  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled with family
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1  Thank Lisa P
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Reviewed June 27, 2016 via mobile

Just adding another volcano to our
"Been there" list. And this is like no other. There are rim trails to go as little or long as you want . We
Chose one hour in. Little longer gettin out, all uphill on the shifting sands trail.
Colors and rock/ lava shapes that were so un usual. Plants that exist no where else on earth . Military observatory at the very top.
Wear a hat and bring water and sunscreen. NO shelter from the sun.
This elevation is 10,000 feet, keep that in mind if you are on meds for heart or bp.
A litter free experience . Very nice.

Stayed: June 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank MarshallGulch
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