Cabins in Hawaii with a private bathroom

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

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Hamakua Guesthouse

7 sites · Lodging5 acres · Pepeekeo, HI
The Hamakua Guesthouse is located on the south end of Hawaii's breathtaking Hamakua Coast. Established in 2012 we are easily accessible to all the Big Island attractions such as Volcanoes National Park (1 hour South), Waipio Valley (1 hour North), and the countless sights and adventures along the Hamakua Coast, it is the perfect location to base your Big Island adventure vacation. The legendary Akaka Falls State Park is only 4 miles away from the Hamakua House. Onomea Bay is only 4 miles away, which is the home of the Hawaii Botanical Gardens. It is an unforgettable drive to get there and the bay is a wonderful place to have a picnic. We are only 1 mile (easily walkable) from the quaint main street of Honomu, HI. This town was established in the sugar cane plantation era and remains today boasting some wonderful gift shops, two restaurants, a coffee house, and the Island's best Zip Line Tours. Guests have access to our open air full bathroom with running water and a stunning rainfall shower (located at the main house). They also have access to our covered outdoor kitchen with grills, a sink, prep space, dining area, dishes, cups, silverware, and cookware (also located at the main house).
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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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Yip Camp and Eco-Retreat Center

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents3 acres · Fern Forest, HI
Yip Camp provides a setting that promotes immersion in nature. The property is located on the Kilauea Volcano at about 2700 feet in elevation and in sight of the majestic Mauna Loa volcano rising at the peak at 13,680 feet. Both volcanos have been active recently. There are several trails at the National Park nearby; trails and several species of birds live on the property including Japanese Pheasants. On clear nights the skies provide excellent ambient viewing of the moon, planets and constellations. The campsites and cottage are located in the woods near a shower and flushing toilet and the property is off grid with the goal to establish an example of sustainable lifestyles and ecosystems. Camping equipment is available upon request and the cottage is furnished with a basic kitchen. The grounds also include a screen room with a grill, tables, chairs and a fire pit. Local fruits and vegetables are grown on the property and the greenhouse provides food. Solitude is available for those who seek silence and immersion in nature and a number of state and county beaches are within a forty minute drive. The focus is providing a quiet environment and an opportunity for solitude away from the distractions of urban lifestyles.
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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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Misty Mauna Farms

6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents3 acres · Mountain View, HI
This 3 acre Property is secluded in the Old Glenwood District or what’s called Fern Forest. This property is unique because it was never excavated and ripped apart. Since 2022 Misty Mauna Farms is working to regenerate Hawaiian BioDiversity and offer modern comforts in an Off-Grid location. Our HipCamp sites and Hiking Trails are customized creations. Misty Mauna Farms provides Farm to Table packages and other amenities found in the “EXTRAS” Tab. Our Campsite receives a full morning Sunrise.! The Lomi Lomi Loft completed in early 2024, allows for complete privacy and amenities on par with expensive Hotels, Our Misty Mauna Farms is a Palm Tree Nursery specializing in rare Duck Breeding. During heavy rainfall watch the waters rise and Ducks enjoying Paradise with you!
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Hawaiian Rainforest Glamping

4 sites · Lodging3 acres · Mountain View, HI
Hawaiian Rainforest Glamping is located in Fern Forest, a rural neighborhood, on three verdant acres of ōhiʻa lehua trees, tree ferns, banana plants, and fruit trees at 2100 feet. The yurt has its own bathroom with a flushing toilet and vanity sink. There is a large communal kitchen (a 16' x 16' kitchen cabin) that you can use free of charge, and an outdoor shower with hot water. In the summer, the greenhouse in the fenced paddock is full of vegetables. Free-ranging ducks and chickens supply eggs. There is an outdoor lounge area complete with a six-person picnic table, BBQ, four hammocks, and torches. Please note that the owner lives on the premises in their own cabin, 20 feet away from the yurt. The homestead is run by 6,000 watt solar-power and a rain-catchment system with a 4,500 gallon water tank. This is a peaceful place to relax and recuperate from the din of city life. There are no street lights, just the stars and moon after sunset. On a clear night, the sky is full of stars. It rains often in this area and the sound is soothing to fall asleep to. Check out our other site on this listing—a camping cabin (Rainforest Glamping Cabin). Several places of interest are within a 1.5 hour drive. Volcano National Park is only 15 minutes away by car; Punaluʻu black sand beach is 30 minutes; Ka Lae (South Point) is about 1.5 hours; and Hoʻokena Bay is about two hours. Note—now that the the holiday season is over, the Christmas decorations have been taken down.
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Nature Retreat Camp

9 sites · Lodging, Tents5 acres · Papaaloa, HI
We are a small 5 acre farmstead located on the beautiful Hamakua Coast. Our farm is home to a variety of animals and boasts numerous fruit trees. One of our proudest offerings is our free range chickens produce high-quality eggs. You can purchase these delicious eggs right here at the farm to enjoy for your breakfast. In addition to our chicken operation, we are also proud coffee producers. Our coffee is carefully grown and harvested on-site, ensuring a rich and flavorful cup every time. But coffee isn't the only thing we grow here. Our farm is also home to a diverse selection of fruit trees, including Jack fruit, Lychee, Longans, Avocados, Bananas, and Tangerines. When you visit our farm, you'll have the opportunity to relax and unwind in our main hangout Pavilion. This cozy space is the perfect spot to rest, soak in the peaceful surroundings, and truly appreciate the beauty of the farm. However, it's important to note that the Hamakua Coast is known for its lively rooster population. So, while you'll have a serene and tranquil environment during the day, be prepared for the sounds of roosters greeting the morning. One of the highlights of our farm is the stunning waterfall located near the property. Guests are welcome to hike down to this natural wonder and take a refreshing swim in the crystal-clear swimming holes. It's an experience you won't want to miss. For your convenience, we offer an outdoor shower and a flushing toilet for our campers. We understand that comfort and cleanliness are important, even when enjoying the great outdoors. Thank you for considering a visit to our farmstead. We are excited to have the opportunity to host you and share the beauty and bounty of our farm with you.
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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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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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Malama Aina Retreat - Oahu

5 sites · Lodging5 acres · Hauula, HI
Tucked away in a private valley with breathtaking views, you can stay here for your retreat and be educated about this sacred land. It is VERY much like camping. All visitors to the land will be REQUIRED to participate in our Malama Aina (care for the land) tour/program as part of your ag land education retreat. World famous beaches and food trucks within a short distance in every direction, as well as onsite activities. 10-12min walk to the beach. Make memories here that will last a lifetime!
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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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Hamakua Christmas Tree Forest

5 sites · Lodging, Tents13 acres · Honomu, HI
Our campsites are situated on 13 acres off the Historical Hamakua Coast, and home of the Hamakua Christmas Tree Forest. Awesome ocean view of the beautiful Pacific are a guarantee. It is quiet, safe ,and private with easy access just 3/4 mile off of the Hawaii Belt Road, (Highway 19), up a paved county maintained road. At Waikaumalo Park, "roughly a half mile" walk or ride away, you can take a cool dip in the fresh water stream surrounded by tropical foliage. Papa'aloa Country Store and Cafe has a restaurant and offers a wide selection of grocery items only 5 miles away. Botanical World Adventures just 3 miles away offers the Umauma Experience with ziplining, biking tours, trails exploring tropical flora, and triple waterfall views and adventures. Akaka Falls is only 6 miles away in Honomu. Laupahoehoe Point is only 15 minutes away offering swimming, fishing, and relaxing in the lava rocks and waves. All this is just 20 miles north of Hilo!
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Cabins in Hawaii with a private bathroom guide

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Camping in Hawaii just got more comfortable with over 100 cabin options that come with toilets. Hipcamp has curated a list of top campsites that offer this accommodation and terrain preference combination. Wahi Nanea Place of Relaxation (475 reviews), Hamakua Guesthouse (118 reviews), and The Hippocampus (69 reviews) are some of the top-rated options to choose from. Enjoy popular amenities like showers and campfires and engage in exciting activities like off-roading (OHV), paddling, and fishing. With an average price per night of $95 and options as low as $40, camping in Hawaii with a cabin and toilet has never been more accessible.

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