My husband and I packed in and stayed at the Kapalaoa cabin for a night. I was really surprised by how comfy the bunks were. Nice and soft. The bunks and table are in the main room, with a little kitchen off to the side. Bring a firestarter with you! We had brought kindling and matches to start a wood fire. But there wasn't actually wood, just compressed logs. We gave it a good try, but couldn't get the logs (which were wet) to catch. Ah well, we had brought warm sleeping bags in case there was no wood, so we were fine. The cabin warms up quickly in the morning once the sun is up.
- Also Known As:
- Haleakala National Park Campgrounds / Wilderness Cabins Maui