Glamping near Keaau with horseback riding

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Relaxing Getaway Hale

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Keaau, HI
Whether Staying for a Night or a Month ; You Will Love the Cozy , Warm , and Relaxing Vibes of this Beautiful Home on 1 acre Replete with an Entire Private Acre of Fruit Trees , Winding trails , Peace and Quiet Gorgeous , Cozy , and Spacious; Two Bedroom Two bathroom Off Grid Home on Private Acreage in HPP ( Hawaiian Paradise Park ) Brand New Rain Water Catchment and Solar systems to supply ample clean water and energy for your stay ✨ Fully Screened in Large Lanai ( Patio ) with Cozy Swing, chairs , tables , and solar lights for super relaxing nighttime vibes Fenced in Yard full of self serve Organic Fruits , and Two drive through gates for maximum comfort and security Fully Stocked Kitchen ; Fast Wifi * and Great Workspace Desk ; Full size Fridge, and 10 Gallons of Local Spring Water for Drinking Included with each stay; Fits Many cars in the parking area/ driveway ; As needed
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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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The Tranquil Homestead

2 sites · Lodging5 acres · Mountain View, HI
Our "Off Grid" campsite is nestled in the midst of a mini-Rainbow Eucalyptus Rainforest, with native Ohia trees sparsely located throughout our property. Hapu'u Ferns are also within our mini-Rainbow Eucalyptus Rainforest. Enjoy the stunning 90 - 100 degree ocean views of Hawaii Island's Western Coastline, as well as the new Volcanic Vent (Known as Fissure 8) created by the 2018 Eruption of the Kileaua Volcano. The Hawaii Volcano National Park (HVNP) is a 14 mile or 20 minute drive from our campsite. HVNP has a visitor's center to get information about the park, hiking trails throughout its boundaries, steam vents and the awe-inspiring caldera, which is the location of the volcano's lava pool. At night, the glow from the lava in the caldera can be seen at the park. Our campsite is also an 18 mile or 29 minute drive from the Hilo International Airport and the town of Hilo, Hawaii.
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BAMBOO GLAMP

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Keaau, HI
N/ALearn more about this land:Close to Hilo, our new black sand beach Pohoiki,  Located in Hawaiian Paradise Park .other attractions: Pahoa town,  Makuu Market (Sunday), Volcano National Park Rainbow fallsWe are currently have 2 queen beds amid a queen air mattress  with mosquito net,  Also there is a separate outdoor bathroom and kitchen.We currently live at the back of the property.  
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Pa'ani Ranch Cabins

10 sites · Lodging200 acres · Mountain View, HI
Our property is a 200 acre cattle ranch and farm with all your farm animals. We are located in the most lush area of the Island of Hawai'i. From our location here in Mountain View the longest drive to access any of the adventures and activities the Big Island has to offer is no more than two hours and there are many activities within 30 minutes from our ranch. Here on the ranch you are away from all your neighbors in a relaxing world of your own.
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TreeHouse in canopy of trees

1 site · Lodging3 acres · Mountain View, HI
Learn more about this land:Aloha,I built the treehouse to be a very romantic hideaway for myself and my honey, and now that I'm renting it out, the couples and families who have stayed here, including many honeymooners have appreciated the romance of the setting and ambiance. (In fact, we had considered calling it KamaSutreehouse when setting up the website!.) It's not just romantic though it's really fun for the kids. The setting is so private, surrounded by such natural beauty that one cannot help but be inspired. My favorite romantic details are the fireplace and the bed perched high up in the loft where you're surrounded by windows looking out at the moon and stars at night and native trees, birds and cloud formations by day, the low ceilinged double futon bed approached by inside later ( which is mostly for kids) and also accessible by crawling under the Master Bed ( about 5 feet up). The Sky-Walk 90 feet out into the forest is the latest whimsical and fun additions. The location is great it's very private and quiet, hidden in the rainforest yet it's only 3 miles from Volcano Village and 5 miles from the park entrance. Some guests a never leave the Treehouse. The TreeHouse is at 2860 feet above sea level, plus 20 ft. for the TreeHouse, and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is at a little over 4000 feet above seas level for the viewing of the glow from the vent at a mile distance, on the edge of the crater. For the most comprehensive information about the island and local area, I recommend the book, The Big Island Revealed. The main attraction locally, of course, is Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and the hiking thru lava fields, lava tubes and even across the floors of craters. Volcano Village is well known as a premier artist colony and is home to many scientists, as well. Hilo is 25 miles away and has many attractions, including a new, state of the art astronomy museum that shouldn't be missed. And of course the Island is surrounded by beautiful blue ocean and all the activities that go with that.
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Magical Lava Temple Pele's Feet

3 sites · Lodging1 acre · Pāhoa, HI
Aloha ~ Are you ready for a Rebirth? An Epic, Elemental Stay? Come join us here at The Lava Sanctuary at Pele's Feet. Pele, the Hawaiian Goddess of the Volcano & Transformation, called me here to create an off-grid Magical Sanctuary on the newest land on Earth ~. We have grown and have several different accommodations from rustic to super nice Airbnb Plus. We have been featured in Hana Hou Magazine, as well as dozens of media around the world. This Elemental Vortex with wraparound Volcano views is surrounded by dramatic black lava fields, amazing black sand beaches, local culture and fun markets all located nearby! We have: The Magical Lava Temple (can sleep 5) The Phoenix House (look it up online, epic and unique!) - a tiny home that sleeps 2 and offers Rebirth! The Ohana House (can sleep 4) And the Lava Escape Pods (can sleep 1-2) Message us with your dates, your number of people, and we can let you know what's available ~ Infinite Blessings ~ JADE. The Radiant Lotus. Org.
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The Hawaii Jungle Barn

1 site · Lodging6 acres · Fern Forest, HI
Aloha, This Tropical rainforest at elevation 2,264 ft, has a very special climate, thus very unique thing grow and live here. We are hosting our barn with on 6 very dense acres. The property has Old Ferns, Ohia trees, Guava trees, Berry bushes and other Hawaiian native plants. The site has a barn, deck, firepit, limited water, compost toilet and parking. As I mention the land is very dense and if you would like to explore the property, venture at your own risk. Love to hike, The Hawaii Volcano National Park is 15 mins away, the park has great hiking. If the beach is something you are looking for, Pohoiki newest beach in the world is about a 35 min drive. Thank you for looking and please feel free to contact us with any questions.Aloha and Mahalo  Learn more about this land:Aloha, this Tropical rainforest is at a 2,264 foot elevation and has a very special climate, thus very unique things grow and live here. We are hosting our barn with 6 very dense acres. The property has Old Fern trees, Ohia trees, Guava trees, Berry bushes and other Hawaiian native plants. The site has a barn, deck, firepit, limited water, compost toilet and parking. As I mention the land is very dense and if you would like to explore the property, venture at your own risk. Love to hike? The Hawaii Volcano National Park is 15 mins away and offers great trails. If the beach is something you are looking for, Pohoiki newest beach in the world is about a 35 min drive. Thank you for looking and please feel free to contact us with any questions. Aloha and Mahalo
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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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Hot Pond Cabin Getaway

2 sites · Lodging7 acres · Leilani Estates, HI
Learn more about this land: Hear the birds chirping at dawn and enjoy the expansive ocean views and lush bamboo forest. Tons of space! Lay a blanket and just watch the stars. Visit the 2018 lava flow for expansive views and warm steam vents and the amazing Hot ponds of Pohoiki. Hot shower.
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Closer To Eden Farm

1 site · Lodging6 acres · Papaikou, HI
With a lot of TLC our family is bringing a our 6.5 acre off-grid farm back to life! Located on the beautiful, lush, coveted Hamakua Coast (East side of the Big Island) we are just 10-15 minutes north of Downtown Hilo & close to waterfalls, botanical gardens, beaches and more! Ask about a farm tour to check out our little orchard and meet our furry/feathery friends!
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Welcome to Hipcamp! Looking for a unique camping experience while horseback riding in the beautiful terrain near Keaau, Hawaii? With over 230 glamping options to choose from, you'll find the perfect accommodation to suit your needs. Take your pick from top-rated campsites such as Waipi'o Lodge (130 reviews), Hamakua Guesthouse (118 reviews), and The Hippocampus (69 reviews). Enjoy popular amenities like potable water and trash disposal, and bring your furry friend along to join in on the fun. While you're here, take advantage of other popular activities like snow sports, swimming, and whitewater paddling. With options as low as $25 per night and an average price of $75 per night, you're sure to find the perfect glamping spot for your horseback riding adventure.

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