What campsites are at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park?

There are two drive-in campgrounds in Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park, Nāmakanipaio and Kulanaokuaiki.

Can you backcountry camp in Hawaii?

Off-site (dispersed) camping is allowed in the backcountry. Hikers must be at least 1 mile from a road or improved camp area and “out of sight and sound” of the trail.

Do you need reservations for Volcano National Park?

You don’t need to check in, you don’t need a reservation so you DO need to get there early, you don’t need a permit, you can stay for up to 7 days each month but not for more than 30 days per year.

Is the Volcano National Park open?

Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, as well as all holidays. The Kīlauea Visitor Center is located on Crater Rim Drive a short distance from the entrance station on the right.

Are there any waterfalls in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park?

Most waterfalls can be found on the slopes of the Mauna Kea volcano close to Hilo and on the Hamakua coast. If you are on this side of the Big Island, for example, to see the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, a bit of planning will make sure that you can see some spectacular waterfalls.

What time does Volcanoes National Park open?

The Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park is open 24 hours a day, every day of the year. The Kilauea Visitor Center is located on Crater Rim Drive off of Highway 11 between the 28 and 29 mile marker south of Hilo. The visitor center is opened daily between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm.

Can you drive to Kilauea Volcano?

Crater Rim Drive is an 11-mile road that skirts the edge of the Kilauea Caldera in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and contains several scenic views and hiking opportunities. If you had to choose only one thing to do in HVNP (may that never occur!), this drive would be it.

Can you swim at Pee Pee Falls?

Falls are pretty easy to get to and if one was adventurous they could climb down for a closer look. some locals actually swim here.