Tucked away in the forested ridges of luscious green mountains overlooking O`ahu’s north shore, Camp Paumalu is a 135-acre site situated just 3 miles above world-famous Sunset Beach. The camp includes four self-contained sites, as well as several central facilities, which includes a kitchen, a dining area, a health center, a craft hut and a pool. The four units can accommodate approximately 150 people.
Camp Pi`iholo, Maui
Secluded in the up-country Makawao area, Pi`iholo can be described as an intimate tree-surrounded getaway, approximately 20-30 minutes from the airport at Kahului and an hour and a half from Lahaina. It is ideal for small-to-medium camping groups, outdoor programs and conferences. Pi`iholo has a well-furnished kitchen and lodge area and will accommodate up to 35 people.
Camp Kilohana, Hawai`i Island
Located on Saddle Road, 10 miles from the Waimea side junction, and 44 miles from Hilo, this 6.83-acre camp is the best site for meetings, retreats, stargazing, or just studying nature. Nearby points of interest include the Nene Goose Sanctuary, Onizuka Center of Astronomy located on Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa Observatory. At an elevation of 6,000 feet, this site experiences a variety of weather conditions. Kilohana is perhaps the most rustic of all our Girl Scout camps. The only water comes from a catchment tank adjacent to the main lodge and it is not meant for drinking; there is no electricity, but users are encouraged to bring generators; and some rental car companies do not allow their vehicles on the road into camp. Camp Kilohana can comfortably accommodate 80 people.