All park visitors are required to pay an entrance fee or present a valid park pass upon entering Haleakalā National Park. The entrance fee allows visitors to explore the trails, overlooks, and visitor centers for 3 days. In addition to the entrance fee, visitors have the option to make reservations and obtain permits for various activities within the park.
Wilderness Cabin Reservations
Three Wilderness cabins are maintained by the National Park Service for visitor use by advanced reservation. Reservations can be made up to 180 days in advance online at recreation.gov. All visitors with reservations for a cabin must check-in at the Headquarters Visitor Center to pick up their required permit. Read more about the Wilderness cabins.
Wilderness Camping Permits
There are two primitive Wilderness campsites which are accessible only by trail. Permits are required for camping at these sites and can be obtained at the Headquarters Visitor Center. Campsite space is available on a first-come, first-served basis for the general public. Special accommodation is made for educational groups and civic groups which may reserve camping space up to 6 months in advance. Learn more about Wilderness camping.
All commercial uses of the national park require advance permits. Please refer to the Commercial Use Authorizations page for more information.
Last updated: January 20, 2021