Tucked into the Ohia forest on the gentle slopes of Mauna Loa surrounded by various native plants, the cool mountain breeze will refresh as the oceans views energize. Shaded areas and spots with full sun and views of the stars offer a breath taking experience. Undeveloped camping with *** no ameneties *** offers a natural experience on a working farm. Enjoy hiking up the
Tucked into the Ohia forest on the gentle slopes of Mauna Loa surrounded by various native plants, the cool mountain breeze will refresh as the oceans views energize. Shaded areas and spots with full sun and views of the stars offer a breath taking experience. Undeveloped camping with *** no ameneties *** offers a natural experience on a working farm. Enjoy hiking up the mountain. Beaches and coastal hikes are a short drive. Note: It rains almost everyday. Are you ready? We do have a portapotty as a test run.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
You know what would make this trip even better?
Take advantage of these offers available to add to your trip to Ohia Hale
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Biking along the hwy and country roads.
Rent a kayak locally or book a boat tour.
Go fishing on a charter or on the coast, be sure to check local rules.
Hiking trail up the mountain from us as well as several other county and federal parks on island.
There are many farms here. Some offer horseback riding.
Paddle in the ocean with yours or a rental. Be sure to follow local rules as to where to enter.
Surf a number of shore spots. Lessons available 30 minutes away.
Just point toward the ocean and keep going until your feet get wet. There are a number of beaches within 20 minute's drive.
Birds are always active, mongoose and pheasants scurry about, Peacocks squalk and strut around, gheckos, Jackson Chameleons and...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Ohia Hale in Hawaii.
We are in an old growth Ohia forest. More fallow tree covered ranchland with old trails near by.
We are on a mountain island comprised of 5 volcanoes.
This is an active farm as are the neighboring farms.
Places to see near Luana Farm
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Host was amazing and the best we’ve had on HipCamp. Very secluded site, private, and inviting. One of the quietest sites we stayed on the island which led to a great sleep. Would absolutely stay there again and would recommend.
Colin and his wife were so sweet and very accommodating. They helped us pick a great spot on their property and had great recommendations around the area for breakfast and snorkel spots. Would definitely recommend a 4WD vehicle but otherwise it’s a great spot to hit if you’re on the west side
A great spot to chill and enjoy a beautiful sunset on the west side. Thanks to Colin and his wife for another awesome stay - its a wonderful lowkey spot and we got lucky with some solid weather and clear skies to view the stars.
Excellent camp spot and host!
We stayed on Colin’s farm in a camper van and absolutely loved it!! Colin was the perfect host. The farm was beautiful and had epic west facing views out to the ocean horizon for a picture perfect sunset. We rented the ‘Banyans’ van from Campervan Hawaii and wanted the security of a private spot to stay where we weren’t at risk of getting told to move on. On our first night, the drive up the steep, bumpy road to the farm was a bit hair-raising in our van, but it’s definitely doable and was easier after each journey. Just take it slow and enjoy the adventure! A 4x4 vehicle would definitely be preferable, but FWD can get it done. Colin was really communicative the whole time and gave us some great suggestions for places to visit. The farm had clean porta potty toilets and a gazebo covered area for a good, dry tent pitch. This is a working farm and has so many cool trees and fruits that you’ve probably never seen outside of the supermarket! Colin spent time with us to ‘talk-story’, as Hawaiians say, and gave us great insights into the coffee farm business. We were even able to buy fresh roasted coffee directly from the farm! Very cool! If you are looking for a more unique and authentic camping experience than the state park environment, or you need a safe & beautiful spot to park your campervan, then Luana Farm is for you! Mahalo nui loa, Colin!
Shelby & Matt
Minimalist - true - camping
The place was exactly what we were looking for: just a ground protected from the rain and surrounded by Nature. NOTHING ELSE. Colon was very friendly and helpful. The camping site is located inside his farm. There's a tarp that will protect you from the rain, portable toilets (bring your own toilet paper), and a fire place (good to use if its not raining). Some tips if you decide to stay there: (1) bring confortable sleeping pads, the terrain is flat but very rocky; (2) bring lights (headlamp and/or lanterns) cause its pretty dark over there, exactly how it's supposed to be to look at the stars! and; (3) if you decide to make fire, bring something to start a fire (old jornal and canola oil or alcohol will do), and to chop large pieces of wood into smaller ones (I believe Colin would provide you a axe or machete if you need). Highly recomended if you want to have a camping experience and not staying in a "camping resort".