We are located in the beautiful upcountry area of Maui with a gorgeous ocean view and an incredible sunset each night. Our nearest town, Ulupalakua, is just two miles away andis host to the historic Ulupalakua Ranch Store and Maui’s only winery. We have a beautiful view of the entire island of Kaho'olawe and on a clear day you can even see the Big Island.
We are on the dry side
We are located in the beautiful upcountry area of Maui with a gorgeous ocean view and an incredible sunset each night. Our nearest town, Ulupalakua, is just two miles away and is host to the historic Ulupalakua Ranch Store and Maui’s only winery. We have a beautiful view of the entire island of Kaho'olawe and on a clear day you can even see the Big Island.
We are on the dry side of Maui which means mostly beautiful weather with little rain and minimal mosquitoes. We are at approximately 2,000 feet elevation on Haleakala (the dormant volcano) and therefore we have slightly cooler temperatures during the day (80 - 90 degrees F), which can drop down a bit at night (65 - 75 degrees F). It can be windy at times when the trades are blowing.We have several tent spots available. We have drinking water, potable restrooms, and an outdoor but private shower available.
We are on the less populated side of the island and with very little light pollution, there is an incredible view of the stars & the milky way at night.
Only one tent is permitted to be setup with a maximum of 3 people in the tent.
If you don’t have you own camp gear then a 2-person tent with 2 pillows 2 and sleeping bags is available for an extra $10 per night.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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The actual area was lovely, and the title views for days is right , the views were amazing. However there were volunteer workers camping too, and they seemed to have they’re own way of doing things , which is fine except no one kept us updated when things changed, for example one day they moved all the kitchenwear to a cupboard outside, so we had nothing to eat wih for 2 days until we saw someone in the cupboard. No one also told us the shower was broken, which was then broken for the rest our stay, so we stayed for 5 days without any shower. I am very disappointed as I booked this canpsite as it stated it had a working shower, I understand when you are camping things can break, however the host did not tell us, one of the volunteers we ended up asking. We were not offered any alternative to having a shower, except this small bag which just produced drips. I was very shocked that the host did not even message us to stay she was sorry the shower broke! No compensation was given either, we are traveling the world and camping and we are on a budget, I now feel lile the money i paid for this campsite was wasted, as i could have paid cheaper for a site with no shower!
These sites are on a hill will a beautiful view of the coast. Hosts were super accomidating and helpful. It's about a 15 minute drive to coffee and food. Very chill environment 👍
It was amazing! Privacy, great views, wonderful folks, chill atmosphere, Brian one of the managers was so nice and welcoming along with the whole crew who works the bee farm. Also there’s this kid whose name I forgot because I’m bad with names who played the quitar like a pro but with such humility I had one of the best morning listening to him play while I was having breakfast. Loved, loved everything about the camp.
Great locaion in Maui's upcountry, awesome views of Kaho'olawe and the Big Island. Very welcoming feel to the bee farm and peaceful at night. Would definitely stay here again.
Nice for a short stay.
There really are views for days at this hip camp location. We had a nice wood platform for our tent so that we weren’t sleeping down hill, and got to meet other campers and some of the people working on the farm. Porta-potty’s were clean which was nice. There is not a ton to do near by, unless you want to travel the road to Hana the back way. Other than that this hip camp is pretty far away from most things. We Never did actually meet the host.