Watch sunsets with free guacamole and wake up to lovely morning Oceanview on deck campers under 14 not permitted. Baby lambs are born twice a year, they like to watch campers from their pasture. Crack Mac nuts from the grove & enjoy watching the animals but this is a working farm with sheep and a ram so they must not be touched or chased as they could become irritable and hu
Watch sunsets with free guacamole and wake up to lovely morning Oceanview on deck campers under 14 not permitted. Baby lambs are born twice a year, they like to watch campers from their pasture. Crack Mac nuts from the grove & enjoy watching the animals but this is a working farm with sheep and a ram so they must not be touched or chased as they could become irritable and hurt someone. Campers may use the farm kitchen to microwave or toaster oven, dishes, and fridge. Alsoi share the upper upper deck i from of my living area so you can dine and watch sunsets on the ocean 1 mile below, where there is a short hike to a large coconut lined bay. Volcano national part is 62 miles away and greensand beach is about a half hour and 2 mile walk or 4wd. Closest restaurant and store is 12 miles from my house but closes early so prepare ahead. The best beach is “2step” 18 miles north and 3 miles down to ocean and famous Coffee Shack is 20 miles north of my home (, which is at mile 88 in Milolii area above hwy )(43 miles south of airport)
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 94%
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Along ocean below
Natural features you'll find at Guacamole sunsets & baby lambs in Hawaii.
A mile below but road is 5 miles with switchbacks
One is 10 min hike along shore, one is Jacque Cousteau type ponds along ocean, two bays
Close gate then drive fast up 2 small hills & park next to rock wall away from house
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Barbara’s land is an amazing spot to camp on the Big Island! She is a very kind woman and we sat chatting with her on her porch while enjoying fresh guava juice and fruits. The property felt like a true, lush Hawaiian experience. Would absolutely recommend and would return! This was our first Hipcamp experience and gave us memories we wouldn’t get from any hotel or AirBnb.
Barbara is delightful. Staying with her was incredible. She is so warm, hospitable, and kind; her property is beautiful; and getting to meet her animals and try her fresh fruits was incredible. Cannot recommend highly enough.
Beautiful tropical stay
Beautiful property covered in tropical fruit trees. The yard where we camped was perfectly level (it was a tennis court!) and Barbara offered for us to set up our tent under her home church tent structure. This allowed us to keep the fly off our tent and stay cooler. Barbara is so kind, friendly, and such a gracious host. We enjoyed greatly the guacamole on the deck, and listening to the stories that Barbara shared with us. She also gave us some mac nuts which were delicious and a bag of dried fruit!
The farm kitchen had everything we needed. The sheep were friendly and entertaining and we enjoyed petting and feeding Patches. The outhouse was clean.
Fresh guac! 🥑
Barbara is friendly! Our kids got to feed the lambs, found avocados, and gathered macadamia nuts. We enjoyed fresh guacamole on her porch at sunset and got to hear about her life. Sad to hear she is looking for a buyer for her place. She has a great space and hospitable spirit!