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Gingerhill Farm Retreat

9 sites · Lodging5 acres · Kealakekua, HI
Gingerhill Farm Retreat is a farm community dedicated to exploring sustainability, self-sufficiency, and stewardship of the land. To these ends, we have transformed our lush five-acre plot into a verdant botanical food forest. As you meander through our gardens and orchards, you will marvel at the incredible abundance and beauty that surrounds you. Through our various programs, we invite the community and international guests to join us in our daily routine of work and wellness. Come enjoy expansive ocean views and postcard sunsets. Eat delicious, healing farm-to-fork food. Spread some mulch; sow some seed. Get intimate with nature and find your unadulterated self. We would love to see you on the farm.
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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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Starseed Ranch

8 sites · Lodging26 acres · Halaula, HI
E Komo Mai. Welcome to the pristine northern coast of Hawai’i island. The Kohala Mountains are sacred verdant lands filled with the abundance of the natural world – valleys, streams, mountains, forests and farms. Come enjoy our peaceful, healing accommodations and breathtaking landscape. Visit tropical permaculture food forests and taste a diversity of fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices. Experience an ancient agricultural setting filled with the rich history of native Hawaiian culture. A visit to Starseed Ranch is an adventure sure to inspire. Guests are welcome to explore our tropical fruit orchards, gardens, yoga, and meditation spaces. We're a short walk or drive to the ocean. Combine your Farm Stay with a Farm to Table Dinner and/or Farm Tour to truly taste the 'āina! Our organic farm and eco-retreat is 26 acres filled with abundance. Wander through our beautiful orchards or gardens, take a dip in the fresh-water stream, or take a stroll down the road to bask in the awe of sacred Pololu Valley.
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Mutiny Farms

2 sites · Lodging, Tents1 acre · Hawaiian Ocean View, HI
Sleep under the stars on the slopes of the world’s largest active volcano, Mauna Loa. Located at 3700’ on a 250 year old lava flow, enjoy camping in a native forested lot that is accessible by 2WD vehicle. This is a great base location to enjoy activities on the south side of Big Island, including Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, Papakolea (Green Sand Beach), Punalu’u (Black Sand Beach), and Ka Lae (South Point). Break up your island wide cruise and spend more time in scenic Ka’ū, one of the last bastions of old Hawai’i. Mutiny Farms is 100% off-grid. There is currently no power available at either site. You will need to bring flashlights and rechargeable battery packs if you require any portable power. The property is about a 15 minute drive to Ocean View town center, and about an hour to Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park. Ocean View is the only community between Captain Cook and Volcano with restaurants, grocery stores, and other amenities. There are dogs, cats, and peacocks living on the farm. There are a variety of native and food plants growing on the property. At this elevation, the climate can be quite chilly, so please come prepared for the weather. We are happy to provide guided adventures in your personal or rental vehicle, or provide information to enhance your adventure. Your booking helps us continue to improve the property, which is dedicated to food sustainability for the district of Ka’ū. Mahalo nui loa.
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Ocean View Cabanas

8 sites · Lodging64 acres · Honoka'a, HI
Big Island Farms was the inspiration of its founder Gordon Goff, who came to the Big Island of Hawaii in 1989 in pursuit of a utopian dream to live holistically off the land in a tropical paradise. Over the subsequent 28 years, he established the Hamakua Ecology Center and then, in the mid 90’s, moved into tropical food forest farming which led to the development of an agricultural educational program focused on the fundamentals of permaculture and deep ecology. Throughout this period Goff built a team of like-minded, hard-working individuals who began creating a diversified organic farm and orchard by planting, propagating and nurturing tropical super foods such as Macadamia Nuts, Dwarf Coconuts, and a diverse range of tropical fruits, herbs, and medicinals alongside traditional Hawaiian crops and market gardens. Working closely with his son Alexander Goff and life partner Annick Dauphinais (who are co-founders of BIF), they have developed over 64 acres, planted in dense orchards and gardens. Big Island Farms is a thriving agricultural enterprise with a long-term goal to provide super mineralized, nutritionally superior organic products grown and processed on site to ensure the highest quality of nutritional value to the local and global market.Big Island Farms hosts many varieties of gardens. Currently, we have community market gardens, medicinal gardens, arid climate gardens, and permaculture food forests. Some of the plants you might find in our gardens include: Taro, Papaya, Banana, Cassava, Turmeric, Pineapple, Passion Fruit, Dragon Fruit, Plantains, Ginger, Gooseberry, Squash, Pigeon Pea, Lemons, Limes, Soursop, Eggplant, Hawaiian Chili Pepper, Jalepeños, Bell Peppers, Custard Apple, Sapote, Neem, Lychee, Mangosteen, Starfruit, Surinam Cherry, Bilimbi, Rambutan, Rollenias, Java Plum, Tropical Pumpkin, Jabuticaba, Ti, Hibiscus, Bamboo, and so much more!Learn more about this land:Aloha! Mahalo, for your interest in visiting Big Island Farms located half way between the Historic Town of Honoka'a and the beautiful Waipi'o Valley. We are a permaculture based farm that hosts students from all over the world  interested in learning more about sustainability, permaculture farming, Hawaiian culture and much more.  During our off season, we open up the farm for you to visit and enjoy the beautiful Aina (land) and facilities. Your stay with us could vary, from relaxing and reading a good book on one of our many decks or hiking through our upper orchards to find the on property waterfall that runs most of the year.  Our property is 65 acres with 50 acres of Macadamia Nut orchards and free roaming sheep and cows.  The lower 15 acres consist of many different gardens, a green house (please do not enter), multiple Food Forests, 8 Cabanas, 2 classrooms 4 showers, 3 composting toilets and a kitchen with common area. Each cabana is screened in 360º with views, two bunkbeds (sleeps 4), air mattresses, (Bring your own Sleeping Bag/Pillows) shelves, clothes lines on outside and lockable doors. There is no electricity in the cabanas but there are power strips available in the common area. The common area consists of a large deck with picnic tables, Wifi access (pw: pickalltheweeds), power strips for charging electronics, canopies for when it rains, a 2-burner hotplate for cooking, pots, pans, plates, utensils, cups, dry food storage and a full sized fridge with freezer. Please keep the area clean.We also offer morning Breakfast Basket options:Small basket $5 - 2 Papayas, 6 bananas, 2 cups of coffee. Large basket $10 - 4 papayas, 10 bananas, morning coffee during your stay. Please keep in mind the fruit may vary depending on what is ripe. Coffee $1/ cup In order to preserve water we utilize clean non-smelling composting toilets. We also have 4 hot water showers, 2 sinks and vanity areas. Please keep showers to 5 min or less, Mahalo. If you come with a 4-wheel drive vehicle you are welcome to drive farther up on to the property and park closer to your cabana, just follow the Parking signs. We do not recommend you drive up with cars or low vehicles as the terrain is a bit rough, instead please park down in front in one of the parking spaces. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to send us a message!Hope to see you soon!Aloha
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Camp Ohana

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Captain Cook, HI
Feel transformed after a one of a kind stay. Two bedrooms, a kitchenette/bathroom, and the Zen Den surround a central courtyard with a view of the Pacific ocean. Experience a side of Hawaii island's nature and geology that few will ever see. Sleep at an elevation of 4,000' above the tropical pacific ocean on the world's largest volcano. This is glamping. We have transformed 4 sheds into tiny homes. This unique property is quiet, tranquil, and relaxing with the most amazing night sky.
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Off Grid Dollhouse

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Hawaiian Ocean View, HI
Learn more about this land: This place it’s no longer available I tried to remove it from Hipcamp but NO Luck Mahalo
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Road to the Sea Glamping

2 sites · Lodging19 acres · Captain Cook, HI
Enjoy the country life in Kau on the South End of 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. You don’t need a 4WD to get to our place, but you will need a SUV or truck. Go slow the road is bumpy and rough in places. We are 1.2 miles from the highway. 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) about a 100 feet away. Hipcamp kitchenette includes a propane single burner, ice chest, No fridge. No oven. 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. 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. No wifi. I use ATandT and I understand that Verizon and Tmobile work also The panoramic ocean view is spectacular! Very peaceful and relaxing! The back 15 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. We have beautiful furnished cabins with beds, so you don't have to pitch a tent. Pillows, blankets, fresh towels provided.
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