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Thursday, February 16, 2012

Hosmer Grove, Haleakala National Park, Maui, Hawaii Part 2

When you want to spend some time at Haleakala National Park in Maui, Hawaii then you need to know that the park only has campgrounds and Wilderness Cabins available.

Even though camping and the required permits are free after showing a photo ID and attending a short orientation, you will have to pay entrance fees to the park.

This recreational use pass is valid for 3 days and only costs as little as $5 per person, unless you are of the age of 15 or under; then the entrance is free.

When you arrive by car, you only pay $10 for the three days which includes all passengers from what I understood. Larger vehicles, such as sedans which can carry up to 7 people, pay $30 plus $5 per person, vans and mini buses varying from a capacity of 8 to 25 passengers pay $45 and tour buses with over seating for 26 people or more pay $100.

In case you like to visit and stay more often, you may want to check into obtaining an annual pass which would only cost $25 and gives you free entrance for a year.

Some other passes you may want to consider or could be eligible for are the Volunteer Pass, Lifetime Pass, Interagency Senior Pass, or an Interagency Access Pass.

It is definitely worth looking into the requirements for the last category of passes and you will have no problem finding those on the park's website!

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