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The family had a great time in the Volcano National Park and stopping in the cabins was a big plus. They were basic but comfortable. Communal toilets and showers but that was no problem. Take what you want to eat and drink with you. We...More
Our recent stay at the Namakani Palo Cabin was a terrible nightmare.
When we arrived the firemen were there putting out a fire right near our cabin. We went into our cabin to find a clean white comforter on the bed.. Clean, and perfect for...More
This is a great place to stay cheaply, and so close to the park. Cabins have a comfortable double bed plus two bunks, and bedding. BBQ and table outside. Bathroom separate (typical shared setup). Pretty grounds - meadow, forest - and again, the location is...More
It can be cold at night (in March), dress properly. The cabin was very clean and comfortable. the campground is very quiet at night. On certain nights when there are few clouds, you can see the glow coming out of the Kilauea crater. You are...More
We stayed for 3 nights with teens and an 8 year old. Much colder at night than we expected! No heat in the cabin-so dress warm! All kids thought it was great! Warm showers. Of note, we left a box of capri sun and case...More
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We were there in December and the night time temperatures were close to 10C. It will be a little warmer in September but not much. The weather here is mostly due to the elevation and being on the side of a 4,000+ meter... More
We were there in December and the night time temperatures were close to 10C. It will be a little warmer in September but not much. The weather here is mostly due to the elevation and being on the side of a 4,000+ meter mountain. Warm sunny mornings and rainy afternoon/evenings are common. A rain coat of some kind and layers including a warm sweater are your best bet.