Learn about camping and boondocking in Hawaii

Boondocking in Hawaii!

Boondocking in Hawaii is nearly non-existent due to the State’s restrictive laws on camping and the fact there is very little federal land. The state’s three national parks restrict visitors to developed campgrounds, and there are no national forests or BLM lands. Hawaii does have it own system of “forest reserves” which does allow primitive camping, but there are very few roads into these areas. Most free camping is restricted to two beaches on Oahu.

Hawaii Boondocking Map

blm map overlay BLM
national forest overlay USFS
national park map overlay NPS
national wildlife refuge map overlay NWR
city boundary map overlay City
private property map overlay Private
wilderness area overlay Wilderness
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Hawaii Boondocking Maps

Places to Camp for Free in Hawaii

Hawaii State Camping Laws and Regulations

Federal Lands in Hawaii