Where are you located?
Camp Olowalu’s is an oceanfront property, off of HI-30 on Maui’s Westside. Approximately 10 minutes south you’ll find Lahaina Town, Ka’anapali and Kapalua beach resorts.
Where is the check-in window?
The check-in window is currently on the far end of Olowalu Village Road. See our site MAP.
How can I get there?
What are the times for check-in and check-out?
Check-in time for all locations is after 2 PM.
Check-out time is before 10 AM.
Can I check in after the office closes?
Yes, upon arriving go to the check-in window and there is a late arrival list with your last name and booking ID and assigned site.
May I request a site?
Yes, we always try to accommodate site requests. However, they are not guaranteed.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for site preferences.
Do You Take Walk-ins?
Yes, as long as we have availability.
There is a “payment envelope” at the check-in window that allows you to register and pay cash/card at any time.
May We Rent A Single Cabin?
No, sorry, our A-frame cabins are for groups and include all 6 cabins, bathrooms, common area, kitchen and mess hall.
What do I need to bring besides my normal camping gear?
- Reef Safe Sunscreen: Commercial sunscreen is detrimental to our fragile reef. If you find benzophenone-2 or BP-2 in the ingredients, DO NOT use for water activities: snorkeling, swimming, etc. Instead, use eco-friendly sunscreen, or even better, use protective clothing (rash guards, etc.)
- Footwear: We recommend a pair of protective footwear and “island style slippas” (flip flops).
If you want to visit any of our National Parks, bring your U.S. Park Pass. (National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass) See Trip Advisors – Nature and Parks in Maui – (we do not require U.S. Park Pass)
What Is Potable Water?
It is drinking water.