Honokaia Camp Facility Usage
46-306 Camp Honokaia Circle
Check-in: Friday after 5:00 pm
Check-out: Sunday before 12:00 pm
Located on the Island of Hawai’i. It is approximately three miles west of Honokaa town on Highway 19, between highway-mile markers 46 and 47. The camp is sited on 238 acres of densely wooded land.
Archery Range, Rifle Range, Firebowl, the adventure trail, large and secluded campsites, jamboree style camping
District Camporees, Order of the Arrow Conclaves, Family camping, Troop/Pack campouts, Training camps
Facilities and Camping
Kitchen & Dining Hall, Firebowl, Craft Shelter, and 9 camp sites.
The Spirit of Camp
The reason Alan Faye, Honokaia, and Pupukea exist is to have a special place to carry out the Mission of the Boy Scouts of America. Simply stated, the Aloha Council Camps are a tool to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices. As leaders, we set the example of stewardship at Aloha Council Camps. In these beautiful places, the spirit of camp is found in our actions and attitudes using the Scout Oath and Law as our inspiration.
To reserve Camp Honokaia for your scouting unit, please call our office at (808)959-0079 to secure a camping date and fill out and return the Camp Honokaia Reservation form.
The attached Operational Guidelines were approved by the Outdoor Programs Committee of the Aloha Council. These guidelines should provide better stewardship of our Council Camps, greater utilization of Council properties during programs and new program opportunities for Scouting units.