- Anini Rd, Kauai, HI 96766, USA
Anini (stunted) Beach Park offers restrooms, showers, tables and barbecue facilities. Camping requires a County permit. About a mile down the road is ‘Anini Beach. No one seems to know why the two aren’t together in once place.
Camping Season: Year Round
- swimming pool
- lp gas
- modem connection
- sewer hookups
- other swimming
- cable tv
- dump station
- recreation hall
- group area
- phone hookups
Wednesday 02/22/2017 10%
Partly cloudy. Lows overnight in the upper 60s.
Thursday 02/23/2017 20%
Partly cloudy skies. High 74F. Winds NE at 15 to 25 mph.
Friday 02/24/2017 20%
Considerable cloudiness. High 74F. Winds NE at 10 to 20 mph.
Saturday 02/25/2017 0%
Partly cloudy skies. High 77F. Winds ENE at 10 to 15 mph.
Sunday 02/26/2017 20%
Intervals of clouds and sunshine. High 78F. Winds NE at 10 to 15 mph.
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Best campsite in Kauai
November 5, 2007
Very nice county campground, good location on North Shore surrounded by multi million $$ homes. Permit needed at $3 per nite, rangers come by frequently to check permits (not every day/nite though). Can become crowded during certain weeks of summer months, as locals bring their families and set up large canopies, and bring their own porta potties, showers, barbeques, etc. Restrooms (three) are available, as are cold water showers and free electricity (bring extension cord). It is pretty quiet, off side road and quite a few acres. Parking directly off road, some street lights light up certain areas of lot. Beautiful beach, protected by offshore reef. Probably the safest campsite in Kauai, there is cell coverage (at least with Verizon) and I believe there is an pay phone in case of emergencies if no cell phone is available. Camping on grassy field or 'oceanfront' sites by beach on sandy ground. Frequently rains for relatively short periods of time at nite when I was there. Wind was not a major problem, however, a good water proof tent is necessary. Anini Road is patrolled by police at nite, at least during summer when there are a number of campers. Will definitely stay there again, in fact, during December, so I will update the review if necessary.
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what one would amagin HI to be like
May 3, 2006
Best campground on the Island (yes, been to them all). At a rate of $3 per head per night, Kauai can be inexpensive. Site has perfect protected beach for snockeling, picnic tables, rest room with outside cold showers (they do have privacy fence aound them), we used solar water bags for nice warm showers, just lay on picnic table till afternoon. During the Winter, whales come from Alaska to give birth in the warm waters, watched one breach once without lifting head from pillow. Some homeless use the beach, they are friendly, respectful, all watch over everyones sites, we left stuff on picnic table (stove, dishes, etc.) not one bothered anything. We met campers from all around the world as well, was interesting. Being from Maine, we carry LLBean credit cards, we ordered new camping equipment from them, useing card got it shipped to Kauai free. We needed a address to ship to, rented a room ($50 night) at International Hostel, they stored our stuff till we arrived, LLBean sent it there so they got it just days before we arrived, as we asked. Campground wasn't crowded, locals don't camp in the "winter". Temps ranged from highs in the high 70's to low 60's at night (we thought perfect). Some rain showers can be expected, but we found this beach to have less than many further along the north shore, as when the clouds backed up from the mountains, they didn't quite reach the campground. The roar of the breakers out on the protecting reefs soon put us asleep nights, we missed it when we moved inland. Would highly recomend this campground, hope to stay there again. This is a county campground, and as all county campgrounds on the Island, closes one day a week to camping (differant days for differant campgrounds).
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