Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area

 [MAUI] UPDATED 1/27/23: Sections of Makena SP will be CLOSED next week for hazardous tree work. See Makena SP page for updates. 


[OAHU] UPDATED 1/27/23 - KEAIWA HEIAU SRA CLOSED until further notice. See Keaiwa Heiau SRA page for updates.

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KAUAʻI] UPDATED 1/27/23 – Kokeʻe and Waimea Canyon State Parks – WATER OFF at partial areas, facilities impacted. Water is anticipated to be available on Monday. See respective park websites for updates.

[MAUI] UPDATED 1/26/23: ʻIao Valley State Monument – CLOSED August 2022 through April 15, 2023. See ʻĪao site for updates.


[MAUI]
 UPDATED 1/23/23: Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area – CLOSED through March 2023 (Per DOFAW). See Polipoli site for updates.

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[HAWAIʻI] UPDATED 1/20/23: Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area – WATER OFF in the park, facilities impacted. See Hapuna site for updates

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[O’AHU] UPDATED 4/12/22: Sand Island State Recreation Area – WATER OFF, camping and comfort stations CLOSED. See Sand Island site for updates.

Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area

UPDATE: 1/23/23 – Polipoli Spring State recreation Area to remain closed until the ending of March 2023. (Per DOFAW)

9/28/22 - [MAUI] Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area will remain CLOSED until access roads through Kula Forest Reserve are cleared from storm damage and safe to traverse. Anticipated re-opening is November 15th 2022. For updates, please go to: https://dlnr.hawaii.gov/blog/2022/06/27/nr22-090/

 

Hours CLOSED
Entrance Fee None
Trail Names
Camping

 *4-wheel Drive Vehicle Required*

  • Residents = $20 Per Night, Per Campsite
  • Non-Residents = $30 Per Night, Per Campsite

CABIN

  • Residents = $70 Per Night
  • Non-Residents = $100 Per Night
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Description

Camping and lodging (one cabin) within the fog belt of the Kula Forest Reserve at 6200 foot elevation. Extensive trail system in the forest reserve, including through a forest reminiscent of the conifer forests of the Pacific Northwest coast.

Sweeping views of Central and West Maui, Kahoʻolawe, Molokaʻi and Lanaʻi in clear weather.

Pig and seasonal bird hunting. Hikers should wear bright colored clothing – hunters may be in the area. Nights are generally cold; winter nights frequently have below freezing temperatures. No campground showers. (10.0 acres).  PLEASE NOTE:  The Polipoli Cabin cannot be reserved through our online system.  Visitors must walk-in or call the Maui District office for reservations.