Featuring unique cultural, biological, and geological landscapes that extend from the sea level to almost 13,700 ft, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park in Hawaii offers campers and visitors the opportunity to view two of the most active volcanoes in the world. These volcanoes - Kīlauea and Mauna Loa, make the park a premier destination for campers and visitors as well as researchers and scientists.
As a park that tells the story of the Hawaiian culture and tradition, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park offers visitors the chance to learn about the historical significance of its features, landscapes, flora, and fauna. With abundant recreational opportunities ranging from hiking, nature observation and drive tours, to cave viewing and exploration, there’s so much to enjoy at the park. The best place to begin at the park is the Kilauea Visitor Center, right at the entrance to the park.
This national park does not have camping facilities for RV but there are two drive-in campgrounds available for tents. Picnic tables, firewood, barbecue pits, and restrooms are available at the campgrounds.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park was established in 1916.