Cabins in Hawaii with hiking

Explore ancient volcanoes and sandy beaches on a camping trip in the Aloha State.

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Wahi Nanea Place of Relaxation

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents2 acres · Kula, HI
The property is located on Maui island in the Kula district on the drier side of Haleakala. In days before western contact the area was heavily forested with native plants and trees and rainfall was abundant. The native Hawaiian grew bananas, taro and sweet potato. After Western contact businessmen mostly from the United States developed huge tracts of land for ranching and farming which cleared the native forests and destroyed the eco system from the mountain to the sea. Many of the Hawaiian people moved away nearer to the towns and immigrant Chinese laborers from the ranches and plantations moved in. The Chinese brought in the Wattle tree to plant for firewood as these trees grew very fast. These are the majority of the trees that you see today. As part of the Chinese immigration, the founder of modern China, Sun Yat Sen lived here for a time and planned his revolution to overthrow the last Chinese Dynasty. There is a park dedicated to him nearby.We have picnic tables a propane grill, a fire pit and a covered gazebo that is shared with 3 cabins This site is located at the 2800 ft altitude and the temperature at night can range from mid 50 to mid 60 degrees F. If you are planning to go to Haleakala, we are about 45 -60 minutes to the summit. We are also on the south side approach to Hana. There is a great restaurant for breakfast and lunch about 10 minutes away in Keokea town called Grandma's Coffee house.
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The Hippocampus

11 sites · Lodging, Tents10 acres · Hawi, HI
Legend has it, Kohala (the first of the 5 volcanos on the Big Island of Hawaii) is home to King Kamehameha I and this was the home to the Ali'i and the training grounds for their warriors. You can feel it when you walk into the forest and listen deeply and intuitively to your ancestors. It is truly an honor to be on this 'aina (land). Modern history: Up until 1984 this property was all avocado, Kukui and Ironwood land with the Kohala ditch running on the far south end. It wasn't until my current neighbor and sweet friend and her father bought the property and cleared away 160 Ironwoods to create a property that could be farmed and lived on. Then another couple bought the property in early 2000 and built it out with farm houses and gardens. Once they moved back to the mainland, this was home to the local skydive family where the pilots and instructors were housed. Finally, in 2021, Cirque-Girl Sequoia came in with a huge vision of a conscious homesteading community, learning and teaching alongside one another by way of events, projects, concerts, talks and certifications, all the while farming and creating even bigger orchards to feed not just her community, but the community of Hawi and beyond. At this time, not only is it "hip" to farm and grow your own food, but it is crucial. Learn more about this land: Everybody comes to Hawaii and thinks of beaches, surf and jungles but why not try a different side of Hawaii? The Ironwood Forests of Hawi are where you’ll find I'o (Hawaiian Hawks) and Pueo (Hawaiian owls only found on the Big Island), as the ancestor's whispers run through the massive forest of Ironwood, Kukui Nut and Avocado, in an ancient river bed of sugar plantation country. Deep in the heart of Hawaii’s only extinct volcano Kohala, this was home to the most prestigious Ali’i (Hawaiian Royalty) and the training grounds of warriors. Our farm sits on 10 acres, with over 30 varieties of fruit trees and a view of the Big Blue (the ocean). We provide 2 Hipcabins and 4 platforms, hammocks to daydream in, car camping, a center camp that has a kitchen, bathroom and shower plus a magical forest for you to meditate, do massage, practice Reiki, read or just have a beautiful discussion in. If you feel inclined to step out of the forest, you are welcome to use our communal eating area THE GROOVY GRINDS CAFE under the mango trees and we would love if you wanted to be a part of any of the events that we host here with our live-on conscious community. Things we do and can offer aerial, yoga and meditation classes, massage (ask hostess PRIOR to trip about booking sessions), drum circles, bonfire nights, fire-dancing, Thursday community potluck dinners @ 6:30pm, mini-concerts, painting, planting, building projects and whatever we get called to do. ....and what's camping without a bonfire? We have two bonfire pits lower on the property that you can join in on if our community already has one going. (NO fires in the gulch please.) One of our biggest bragging rights is that we are utilizing the vermaculture toilets which feeds our red wiggler worms, filters through 4 layers of organic matter and turns your toilet waste into nitrogen rich effluent for the plants. (NO TOILET PAPER PROVIDED SO PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN) and the gray water from the shower and kitchen sink go into a plot of banana trees. So our bathroom, shower and cooking facility is completely self-sufficient! We provide a nice two-burner stove and propane. Please shut off when not in use (remember, propane tanks are backwards for on and off!) PLEASE PACK OUT WHAT YOU PACK IN!!! Funny that I should need to say this but.... PLEASE BRING EARPLUGS and BUG SPRAY as this is the forest and forests too have critters like mosquitos and animals like roosters, dogs and pigs that make noise. PLEASE DO NOT ARRIVE AFTER DARK AND PLEASE USE DIRECTIONS AND NOT GOOGLE MAPS! It will take you down a 4x4 road.  And when it’s time to step out of the forest and out of Pueo Ridge, we are a 5-minute drive directly above the main center of town and 15 minutes to the famous Pololu Valley hike that runs deep into the jagged switchbacks of the Northern coast. Our area also headlines in ADVENTURE with skydiving, zip-lining, hiking and forest adventures. Mahalo for reading!
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Holomua Farms

4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents1 acres · Waialua, HI
If you love: Off-grid experiences, farm to table, sustainable communities, rooted in Hawaiian culture, vegan, plant-based, farming, nature, beach, hiking, animals, yoga, positive people, holistic healing, mediation, music and beautiful healing spaces then this is the place for you. Location is off-grid and accessible off a dirt road- 4wd vehicles required if raining. We have a 4wd vehicle to use for additional cost. We are less than 10 minutes from Haleiwa town and 15 minutes from the nearest beaches.
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@FarmToTableHawaii

8 sites · Lodging, Tents1 acre · Keaau, HI
Welcome to Farm to Table Hawaii, an exceptional camping destination hosted by renowned Chef, Justine Ma. Located on the lush Big Island, just a short drive from Hilo and Volcanoes National Park, our farm offers a unique blend of natural beauty, culinary delights, and comfortable accommodations. Experience the best camping and glamping near Hilo and Volcanoes National Park right here at Farm to Table Hawaii. Prime Location Near Major Attractions: Farm to Table Hawaii is ideally situated to explore some of the Big Island’s most remarkable sights. Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park (35 miles): Witness the power of active volcanoes and explore unique ecosystems. Hilo (15 miles): Enjoy this vibrant surf town, quirky shops, and beautiful beaches. Isaac Hale Beach Park (12 miles): Take in the black sand beaches and enjoy the volcanic hot springs (FREE) The Campsite: Our campsite features a range of accommodations including a cozy Dome (sleeps 3), a charming Tiny Home (sleeps 2), and ample space for Tent and Campervan camping- no RV's. We provide on-grid electricity, high-speed WiFi, unlimited drinking water, yoga mats, and a communal area equipped with a hot shower, sustainable composting toilet, and a fully stocked outdoor kitchen. Farm Experience: Guests are treated to an immersive farm tour as part of their stay. Depending on the season, you can pick fresh fruit, chop down banana trees, and meet our friendly dog, chickens and ducks. For a truly special experience, we offer farm-to-table meals and cooking classes, featuring produce harvested right here on the farm and nearby sources. Experience Local Flora and Fauna: Enjoy the natural beauty of our farm, surrounded by lush greenery and vibrant wildlife. Fall asleep to the soothing sounds of the jungle and wake up to the songs of tropical birds. Unique Features: Our farm offers a distinct experience with its sustainable living practices and community-focused amenities. Engage in our cooking classes and savor meals prepared with the freshest ingredients. Stargazing and More: Farm to Table Hawaii is located in a serene area with minimal light pollution, making it an excellent spot for stargazing. Relax under the stars after a day of exploring the island’s natural wonders. Book Your Adventure: Reserve your spot at Farm to Table Hawaii today and embark on a unique camping experience on the Big Island. Discover the best camping near Hilo and Volcanoes National Park, and enjoy the perfect blend of nature, comfort, and culinary excellence. We look forward to welcoming you and ensuring a memorable stay.
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Secluded Sunrise Cabanas

4 sites · Lodging7 acres · Naalehu, HI
Welcome to our off-grid glamping rental in beautiful Naalehu! Deep within the lush and remote agricultural landscapes of Hawaii, our food forest thrives, with its vibrant tapestry of over 100 varieties of tropical fruits, nuts, canoe plants, veggies, herbs, and medicinal plants. Surrounded on all sides by cattle fields, our secluded 8 acre property and farm is the perfect place to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and reconnect with nature. The farm, restaurant and cottages are 100% solar powered and ensuring an eco friendly stay. Throughout the farm, sustainable practices are followed and Permaculture techniques are employed to maximize natural resources and minimize waste, creating a self-sustaining ecosystem that thrives without the need for chemical pesticides or fertilizers. When it's time to unwind, step outside onto your private deck and enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the top of Mauna Loa, the Ka'u Coastline, Kilauea Volcano, the Pacific Ocean and lush Hawaiian landscape. You'll also find a small outdoor seating area, where you can relax and soak up the sun, take in the expansive view, or gaze at the stars. The cottages are powered by solar energy and have an eco-friendly outdoor shower and washing station, and porta potty. We supply fresh and filtered spring water for drinking. Our glamping site is located on a private 8-acre property situated on the luscious east side of the Big Island. You'll be surrounded by a vibrant tropical oasis, teeming with wildlife and native flora. Take a guided edible farm tour, hike through the surrounding food forest, take a bike ride on our road with the best views on the island, or an off-road excursion to the Green Sand Beach. If you're looking for a unique and sustainable way to experience Hawaii, this is the perfect option for you. Come stay with us and escape the crowds and noise of civilization while enjoying luxury accommodations , incredible farm to table food, and breathtaking natural beauty. We look forward to hosting you soon! Nearby Attractions: Green Sand Beach is a unique location famous for its unusual green sand created by volcanic eruptions. It is one of the few green sand beaches in the world and is popular with tourists and locals alike. Punalu'u Beach is a beautiful black sand beach with abundant Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles. South Point - The southernmost point in the USA is a popular spot for cliff diving, off-roading, fishing and taking in the epic views. Kawa Beach - a good beach for intermediate surfers with a fresh water spring and ancient Hawaiian ruins. Kahuku Unit: A section of Volcano National Park that boasts native plants, hiking trails, and spectacular views.
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Jacaranda Ridge

2 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents3 acres · Hawaiian Ocean View, HI
Welcome to the private and secure community of Kula Kai View Estates in Hawaii. Situated on three-acre properties, our community offers a tranquil and convenient location halfway between Kailua Kona and Volcanoes National Park. Just a short three-minute drive from Highway 11, you'll find yourself within five minutes of stores, gas stations, and restaurants. Within walking distance, you can explore the world-renowned Kula Kai Caverns, known for their natural beauty and geological wonders. From our community, you'll also be treated to a breathtaking view of the ocean and the southernmost point in the US. We offer a private cabin for your comfort and convenience. The road leading to the cabin is well-maintained, providing easy access, and there is ample parking available for vans or RVs. The cabin features a full stand-alone restroom equipped with a shower, toilet, sink, and hot water. Additionally, we provide a washer and dryer on-site, ensuring you have all the amenities you need. While our property is on the grid for power, we also offer Wi-Fi access if needed. Whether you're traveling around the Big Island or simply seeking a place to relax and enjoy beautiful sunsets, our cabin provides a perfect retreat. And if you find yourself caught in a rain shower, you can take advantage of our facilities to dry your clothes. Come and experience the beauty and convenience of our private community in Kula Kai View Estates. Whether you're a traveler exploring the Big Island or seeking a peaceful escape, our cabin is the ideal place to unwind and make the most of your Hawaiian adventure.
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Camp Ku'uipo

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Captain Cook, HI
Discover quiet and seclusion in this exceptional mountain hideaway nestled at 4000 feet elevation. Escape the crowds and immerse yourself in a side of Hawaii that few get to experience, surrounded by the remnants of an old lava flow. Embark on a true glamping adventure as we've transformed two sheds into charming tiny homes. This unique property offers a tranquil and relaxing atmosphere with the most breathtaking night sky you can imagine. Away from the hustle and bustle, the nearest small town is approximately a 12-minute drive, ensuring a peaceful and secluded retreat. Whether you're stargazing, enjoying the tranquility of the surroundings, or simply taking a break from the ordinary, this mountain hideaway promises a unique and unforgettable experience amidst the beauty of Hawaii's diverse landscapes. Embrace the spirit of glamping in this quiet haven at 4000 feet elevation.
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🌈 Rainbow’s End Farm & Homestead!

5 sites · Lodging1 acre · Naalehu, HI
WINNER of 2024 Hipcamp Runner-Up for Best in Hawaii! I bought this land 11 years ago and have slowly been hand clearing and building fancy forts ever since. Off-grid with solar power, propane hot water heater and delicious running spring water. Nurturing space for healing and communing with nature. 🌱
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Honua La'a "Sacred Land"

1 site · Lodging20 acres · Hawaiian Ocean View, HI
Enjoy the country life in Kau on the Big Island and the lovely red Lehua flowers blooming. We live on 20 acres on Road to the Sea, which has a remote green sand beach at the end of the road (4 miles down from us). We call our slice of paradise, Honua Laa (a sacred place). Straight down to the coast is a beautiful black and green sand beach and a huge tide pool. Rent a four-wheel-drive to get there, but you don’t need 4WD to get to our place, just go slow the road is gravel and bumpy. Off the grid. Rustic, but fun. If you are a Eco tourist or seeking adventure, you will love our spot! The silence is golden and the stars are amazing. Don't expect a hotel...this is upcountry glamorous camping. Shared bathroom (see photos). Hipcamp kitchenette includes a propane single burner, ice chest (bring ice), No fridge. No oven. Small BBQ grill. We have an outdoor fire pit, if you like campfires! It's one-of-a-kind! Most of the parcels are 20 acre parcels around… But a few smaller parcels across the road. We have nice neighbors who keep an eye on things. The nearest grocery store is about 3 miles away. The Hele-On Bus is just 1.2 miles up the road. If you want to drive to the green sand beach at the end of our road, rent a 4 wheel drive. If you are athletic, you can walk, but it is 4 miles down and 4 miles back. I recommend going early in the morning and take water. Hot water shower is propane. Bring ice for your ice chest. Bring drinking water. There is plenty of coffee and tea in the kitchenette and a gallon of water to get you started. DRIP COFFEE -Boil hot water in the kettle, put cone filter with a paper filter and ground coffee inside and on top of thermos. Drip. It's delicious! This is off the grid solar and there can be days without sun, or other glitches. You can charge your phone and have a lamp in your cabin. No wifi. I use ATandT and I understand that Verizon and T-Mobile work here also. The panoramic ocean view is spectacular! Very peaceful and relaxing! Our glamping cabins are in the front 3 acres. The back 17 acres is an old Ohia forest with 500 year old trees and lots of birds. You might even see a wild goat or a wild pig. There are small caves and gorgeous rock formations. It backs up to Manuka Forest Reserve.
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Land of the Rainbow Honeycomb

6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents25 acres · Naalehu, HI
When Hawaiian ancestors first landed on these shores, it was right here at Ka’ Lae or South Point, it is the original settlement site for the Hawaiian people & therefore this sacred land holds tremendous cultural & historic significance. A’ina Ke Anuenue Melemele, meaning Land Of The Rainbow Honeycomb; features an exotic Locale, stand-alone private cottages, Eco-Luxury accommodations, Family & Pet Friendly, & is a Sustainable Farm-Estate. This one of a kind custom Hawaiian temple: Luakini O Moe’ Uhane, meaning Temple Of Dreams is a custom pentagonal treehouse in an old growth Kiawe tree. Home to the white owl & featuring King memory foam Bed, large windows, outside deck, plush interior decor, & tall vaulted ceilings. The grounds are a series of serene swaths of native Hawaiian ocean-view grasslands, old growth Kiawe trees, & unencumbered shoreline. Within walking distance 1 mile to Ka’ Alu’ Alu’ Bay, & directly overlooking the famous Greensands beach. This Treehouse Temple is a lightening-rod for dreams! Awaken to the sounds of birdsong, ocean surf, & the occasional mooing cow, or cooing peacock. Our Lovevolution Animal Sanctuary houses 33 creatures ranging from ducks to sheep to cows & many other incredible & exotic animals also inhabit this wonderland & bring so much love to visitors from all around the world. *It is important to note that we are located in South Point Hawaii near Naalehu town, not Captain Cook . Traditional cars can carefully come down here, suvs or jeeps are great. There is a locked gate with a code-box for easy guest access. Additionally, this very secure area has No immediate neighbors within 200 acres! Perfect for privacy & exclusivity. Rainbow Honeycomb Sanctuary at the world famous enchanted emerald sands beach In South Point Hawaii is nestled on 25 acres of stunning ocean views, 1 mile from the shore @ 650 ft elevation our sustainable eco-retreat features magical tree houses, unique tiny homes, pyramids, & camping options. Fully solar powered, our water comes from the sky, here nature & tech meet with WiFi, full outdoor kitchen, composting toilets & comfortable clean memory foam beds. Only 5 miles to town, dare to dream big!
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Hawaiian Retreat

9 sites · Lodging6 acres · Pahoa, HI
Welcome to old Hawaii, the village of Koae, Big Island, Hawaii! Our forest features 12 old mangos and 50 types of tropical fruit. The 6 acres includes Josanna's Organic garden, a WWOOF farm experience. This space has hosted thousands of people over it's 38 year history and we welcome people to our island and to the district of Puna. We look forward to introducing you to the diverse and delicious fruits of the jungle!
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Lava Rock Cabin ~ Off Grid Hale

3 sites · Lodging1 acre · Mountain View, HI
WE ARE LOCATED WITHIN 30 MINUTES OF HAWAIʻI VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK! This Award-Winning off-grid retreat in native Hawai'i rainforest is the perfect oasis for those looking for privacy and relaxation. With all the amenities you need including a fully stocked kitchen, comfortable beds, and hot water shower, you'll have everything you need to enjoy your stay. Lava Rock Camp was recently awarded First Place winner as the Best Hipcamp in Hawai'i! Conveniently located just 25 minutes away from the breathtaking Volcanoes National Park, which offers endless hiking opportunities with stunning views of the surrounding lava fields and the iconic Kilauea volcano. In addition to the park, the area is also home to numerous beaches and waterfalls, ideal for swimming, snorkeling, surfing, or simply relaxing in nature. For those looking to explore the town, Hilo is nearby and offers plenty of options for shopping, dining, and cultural experiences. Whether you're seeking adventure or a peaceful getaway, this award-winning off-grid retreat offers the perfect blend of convenience and seclusion. Book your stay at this exclusive property today for an unforgettable rainforest experience!
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Cabins in Hawaii with hiking guide

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If you're looking for a unique outdoor experience in Hawaii, Hipcamp offers over 100 options for cabin camping and hiking. Some of the top-rated campsites include Wahi Nanea Place of Relaxation (475 reviews), Hamakua Guesthouse (118 reviews), and The Hippocampus (69 reviews). With an average price per night of $95 and options as low as $40, there's something for every budget. Popular amenities include toilets, showers, and trash services. While some campsites offer snow sports, swimming, or whitewater paddling, you'll find plenty of options for hiking and trekking through Hawaii's beautiful terrain.

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