RV Rentals near Whittington Beach Park Pāhoa, Hawaii

Whittington Beach Park

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Whittington Beach Park is on the Big Island’s south side. This campground is near the town of Naalehu, which is home to a popular bakeshop and golf course. A cave system is accessible from Whittington Beach Park, and this campground is also home to the ruins of an old shipping port.

Why You’ll Love Whittington Beach Park

Whittington Beach Park is one of the most remote campgrounds on the Big Island, which cuts down on tourism traffic. Since campsite boundaries aren’t specified at this campground, you can set up camp right off the main parking lot. In addition to ocean access, Whittington Beach Park also offers entry to a small fishing pond.

What People Are Saying About Whittington Beach Park

“Every time we come to the island we stopped here. Bring a camera, lunch and relax. Best to stop by thru the week and let the locals have it on the weekends. Water is rough so no swimming. Interesting history of the sugar, the dilapidated pier and 1946 tsunami that hit here. If your a geocacher you will find a cache nearby.” – Cindy, Yelp Review

“Lava rock shore, cool caves on cliffs. Caves have faces. Small areas for swimming. Grass areas and good parking. A lady was feeding the cats and mongoose.” – Dawn, Yelp Review

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