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Sun Farm Hawaii @ Koko Head

19 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents3 acres · Honolulu, HI
Located in a wonderful farm setting, enjoy the sweet breezes, gorgeous sunsets and farm life while still in the city and close to some of the best beaches in East Oahu! We are located on the foothills of the famous Koko Head hike, and only five minutes to Hanauma Bay, shopping centers, dining, and grocery stores. Watch a magical sunset from the communal kitchen area, with a spectacular view of Diamond Head crater and the surrounding coast- it's all in one! *Please be aware there are many wild hens and roosters roaming around the neighborhood and property. You will enjoy your stay here if you're comfortable closely co-existing with nature and the sounds that come with it. Please plan accordingly. If you'd like to catch some waves or need a ride around time, we have surfboards available for rent, Parking is also available on site. Just let us know your needs and we'll do our best to accommodate for a wonderful stay! Mahalo ~ ~ DETAILS ~ ~ Self Check In Time is after 2pm. Self Check Out Time is before 11am. Cancellations/Refunds: A full refund will be made for cancellations received 7 days before date of arrival. Reservations are not refundable thereafter; please plan accordingly.
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Zen Oazis in Sacred Valley

5 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Hauula, HI
You're not in Hawaii to go to the mall! For those who truly want to disconnect and get off the beaten path in Hawaii at an affordable price, the Oazis community in Sacred Valley is for you. Retreaters will have access to very basic amenities- clean cold hose showers and flush toilets. Interact with locals and other retreaters at our securely gated farm. Truly surround yourself in nature and get ready to be thrown into a tropical jungle atmosphere! Your stay includes: a 7 minute nature walk to community bathrooms and cold showers, a sprawling lawn space community with fruiting trees and bushes, and access to a semi private sandy beach, (perfect for sunset), a 15 minute stroll away. There are martial arts classes occurring on the property mon-fri until about 9-930 pm, so if you see some lights and people as you enter do not worry. As there will likely not be someone physically there, we have made detailed self check in instructions on a Google Doc ! *If you feel we did not communicate well what was offered we will refund your money back. A hidden gem for anyone looking for a safe, basic facility secluded place to retreat on the most tropical side of Oahu! Check in time will be after 4 pm, and a link will be provided for arrival instructions and gate code. We have fixed arrival procedures and have clearly labeled signage to ensure you find your campsite! There will not usually be someone physically present to check you in so we have made Google Doc instructions for arrival and finding the bathrooms.
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Waimanalo Farmstay

5 sites · Lodging, RVs5 acres · Kailua, HI
This is a breathtaking space that our family has poured many decades and multiple generations into. We are surrounded by jungle, with a freshwater stream running through the entire property and unobstructed mountain views. You are welcome to explore the grounds and enjoy the land. Chickens roam freely, with the occasional pig sightings in the evening. We do have a fair bit of bugs and geckos. If you’re especially sensitive to mosquitos, this might not be the place for you! Waimanalo is a small agricultural town filled with nurseries, horse stables, and a high concentration of Hawaiian homes. It remains mostly undeveloped and authentic, and we aim to keep it that way. While nestled against the mountains, we're just a five minute drive from the beach. We are fifteen minutes from Kailua town, where you'll find several grocery stores, shops, and restaurants. There are so many great beach and land activities nearby, and I'm happy to lead you in the direction of whatever you might be interested in! We are very protective of this land and town, but would love to share the space with respectful travelers looking for an authentic experience. While we are very hospitable, we are not in the business of hospitality. This is a working farm. I am happy to accommodate travelers, but I am not here at your beck and call. If that is the experience you are seeking, I think you would be happier elsewhere. We appreciate all of your bookings, and profits go directly back into farm infrastructure and new fruit trees. Thank you for looking!
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Maleka Farm: Camper-van & Tent

13 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · Laie, HI
Welcome to Maleka Farm in Laie, Hawaii! Picture yourself nestled in a grassy field, offering breathtaking views of the Laie mountains. We have just completed our restroom facility! This includes 4 private bathrooms with a shower, toilet and sink. The restroom facility is shared with other guest on Maleka Farm and is Off-grid. We collect rain water for our shower, toilet, and sink, and use solar panels for electricity. As the sun rises and sets, the mountains transform, casting beautiful hues of orange and purple across the sky, creating a mesmerizing sight for campers. Each site has its own picnic table! For Tents: Maleka Farm provides space for pitching tents in the green grass. Set up your tent and enjoy the simplicity of sleeping under the stars, feeling the gentle breeze, and waking up to the natural beauty that surrounds you. For Camper-Vans: Maleka Farm grassy field can accommodate camper-vans of various sizes. The Farm is flat and great for camper-vans to sleep on leveled ground. Hiking Trails: Maleka Farm provides easy access to a variety of hiking trails that wind their way through the scenic landscapes of Laie and its surrounding areas. Some popular trails in the vicinity include: Laie Summit Trail Ma'akua Ridge Trail Laie Falls Trail Malaekahana Falls Trail Local Attractions: In addition to the mesmerizing mountain views, Laie and its surrounding areas offer a variety of attractions. Explore the Polynesian Cultural Center, an immersive cultural experience showcasing the traditions and history of the Pacific Islands. Hukilau Cafe is .3 miles down the street where the popular movie 50 First dates was filmed. Just 2 miles North is Kahuku Food Trucks to satisfy any pallet. You can also visit nearby beaches for swimming, snorkeling, or simply basking in the sun. We have some beach equipment available for rent: Surfboards, boogie boards and snorkel gear!
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Wild Blue Water Ranch

4 sites · RVs, Tents7 acres · Pahoa, HI
🌋🌴 Embark on an unforgettable journey at Wild Blue Water Ranch! 🏕️ Welcome to a realm where nature's raw power meets tranquil beauty - Wild Blue Water Ranch, your gateway to the untamed wonders of Hawaii! 🌺 Seeking an escape beyond the ordinary? Look no further! Our campsite is a sanctuary nestled amidst the lush embrace of a tropical jungle, with the majestic presence of volcanic scenery adding an extra layer of awe-inspiring allure. 🌋🌿 Imagine waking up to the symphony of tropical birdsong, surrounded by towering palms and vibrant foliage, with the breathtaking sight of wild Pacific waves crashing against volcanic coastline. Step outside your tent and immerse yourself in a world of adventure - the fragrances, the sounds, the wind, the tastes of wild fruit. From here, the island awaits with hidden waterfalls, lava tubes, volcanoes, and pristine beaches. Marvel at the fiery hues of the sunrise against the volcanic horizon; every moment here is a testament to nature's grandeur! 🌅 And that's not all! At Wild Blue Water Ranch, we take your camping experience to the next level with our refreshing well water, spacious hot shower, pristine restroom, inviting pool, and indulgent jacuzzi. **All water used on location is derived from an on site well which is refreshed daily, plenteously, from the cool mountains above as the water makes its attempt to return to the sea.
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plan b campground

4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents2 acres · Ewa Gentry, HI
When your plan a falls thru come stay here at plan b campground. This is the only beachfront private property campsite on the island. Park right next to your tent. No worries about having to leave your car out of sight. This spot is behind a locked gate that you have a key for no curfew come and go as you like. Most choose not to go anywhere they like it right here. I've heard from more people that stayed elsewhere on the island and they say they wish they came here first. Oceanfront island style getaway with mango, banana and coconut trees in the yard. Hear the ocean while you fall asleep. restroom, hot shower with changing room, fresh water, 110v electricity for phone or laptop charging no plug for vans to run a/c or fridge, washing machine available for $10 per load, beachfront cabana with lounge chairs and hammock. An 8-man tent with 2 rooms available or bring your camper/vancar.*($50 tent rental fee for the two room tent that includes air mattresses bedding setup and tear down)Gated property with your host Kawika onsite for any of your needs.
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Luana Farm

3 sites · RVs, Tents15 acres · Captain Cook, HI
As all the land here is born of lava, many moons ago this land began to host plants and critters. Long after, it was sculpted and a number of families and farmers have contributed to what we have today. An abundance of fruit and vegetables within sight of the ocean. Peaceful breezes and warming sun make for unparalleled tranquility. Today the land still gives back to its visitors. Come recharge. As this is agricultural lands, there are many critters. Dogs, chickens, pheasants, peacock, mongoose, and many birds. Tge invasive coqui frog is annoying to some and calming to others. The micro climate here swings from warm and dry to wet quickly. Best to always prepare for rain. There is snorkeling, beaches, local food, Cafe, BBQ, poke, fish-n-chips, grocery, Sunday farmers market and hiking nearby. It is peaceful here, but also an active farming community. As an organic farm, we put alot of effort into soil building and as such, there are soft places that will be damaged by the weight of a vehicle. Staying on the driveway is best. We will guide you to where you need to go. Our road is paved, but bumpy. Any vehicle will make it without damage if driven slowly. 1 to 4mph tops. *Be sure to avoid the camper rental companies that restrict certain roads. Aloha and have a great day.
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Secluded Mountain Farmstay

3 sites · Lodging, RVs10 acres · Waimanalo, HI
This exquisite and secluded property is located at the base of the Koʻolau mountains in Waimānalo. Surrounded by breath-taking views that will captivate and invigorate your spirit, this private property offers an experience that is one of a kind. With over 10 acres to explore, this regenerative farm is home to many fruit trees, indigenous plants, wild chickens, and other beautiful birds that you will likely spot while taking a stroll on our nature path. We have worked really hard to care for this ʻāina (land), and we are happy to share it with respectful travelers looking for a quiet, authentic, farm-stay experience. Camp Koʻolau provides bathrooms, a warm-water outdoor shower with an amazing view, and parking. Our farm is only a 5-minute drive to the beach, and 15 minutes from popular, Kailua town. As a working farm, we do have insects and geckos hanging around. So, it's not uncommon to encounter them. Also, we often have visits from wild pigs that come down from the mountain, so you may see them as well. Although we are certain you will love this place, please keep in mind, it takes a lot of hard work to maintain it. Thus, you will probably hear farm equipment and activities buzzing about (typically on the weekends). And, we want you to respect, love, and care for this place as much as we do by leaving it better than you found it. For an added fee, we also offer: An exclusive adventure on our Hawaiian sailing canoe to Nā Mokulua (Twin Islands) or around Mānana (Rabbit Island). For more information or to purchase one of these added features, please contact me prior to your arrival.
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Hawaii Island's Best Campsites

6 sites · RVs, Tents8 acres · Naalehu, HI
This epic property was built by a Dillingham daughter and her husband in the early 80's. Transformed into a bed & breakfast in the 90's it is now known as Hawaii Island Resort. This consecutive guest review award winning facility capitalized on the 2018 eruption by starting Hawaii Island Macadamia Nut Company. The orchard has been left alone for more than 20 years with only wild pigs and poultry to tend it. This remarkable property now boasts above organic macadamia nuts just beginning to reach global markets. You can buy cheaper macadamia nuts but you can't buy better nuts. We love to share our abundance with others and opening the property to travelers that love to camp seemed like a perfect addition to our current program. We look forward to meeting you :) We have firewood. Please do not bring any outside sourced wood in. Thanks!
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Haiku Hangout

5 sites · RVs, Tents7 acres · Haiku, HI
Enjoy 7 Acres of untouched land in Haiku. Just 20 minutes to Paia beach and 10 minutes from the Haiku stores and shops. Stop by and camp for a few nights on the road to Hana and enjoy the peace and quiet of this jungle meadow. In the morning you can go to Twin Falls waterfalls right up the street. We have a bathroom and water access for showering on site.
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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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Tropical Fruit Forest - North Shore

11 sites · RVs, Tents7 acres · Kahuku, HI
Situated on the highest point of Kahuku farms, Northshore, overseeing the oceans, watch sunrise and sunset, hear the birds and the dancing moves of mountain pines with the ocean breeze — this one of the oldest Hawaii fruit tree forests provides visitors with special connections with nature and the enjoyment of the quiet and peaceful surroundings ! Join us for an unforgettable adventure through North Shore's best-kept secret!
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If you’re hopping on the plane to Hawaii, you’re probably not squeezing your RV into your suitcase. That doesn’t mean RV camping is off the agenda, though, and renting a small RV, motorhome, or campervan provides a unique way to explore the islands. Forget electric hookups and full amenities—camping Hawaii-style is all about getting back to nature, so pack some firewood (and some s’mores) and get ready for a leisurely road trip around Oahu, Maui, or the Big Island. RV campgrounds are few and far between, but each one is worth the drive. Perhaps park your rig amid ancient lava flows in the Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island, swim and surf along Oahu’s north shore while camping at Malaekahana State Recreation Area, or spend a night right by the beach at Ahupuaʻa ʻO Kahana State Park.

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