Hotels in Haleakala National Park, Hawaii
Where to Stay in Haleakala National Park, Hawaii?
PLACES TO STAY
Only cabins are available in the park
- Holua Cabin is the closest cabin located in the shrubland near Koolau Gap. For those who stay here can enjoy day hikes into the central Wilderness Area. There is also a campground at Holua.
- Kapalaoa Cabin is located down the Keoneheehee or 7.3 miles (11.8 km) from Halemauu Trailhead. Visitors who stay here can enjoy views of colored cinder cones, subalpine plants and dramatic cliffs. In the spring and summer months, the endangered uau (Hawaiian dark-rumped petrel) can occasionally be heard and seen near the high cliffs.
- Paliku Cabin is located at the east end of the wilderness valley at the base of a rain forest cliff. Clouds and fog often roll over the top of the cliffs behind Paliku. The extra moisture makes this spot exceptionally cool and lush. There is also a campground at Paliku.
PLACES TO EAT
- Those of you who are visiting this park will have to bring their own food along with them. There are no restaurants inside this national Park. However, there is a small snacks point called as Crater Coffee in the Kula lodge parking lot. Snacks here include bagels and muffins.