Pupukea Camp Facility Usage
Ranger: Nick Shrigley
59-780 Pupukea Road
Haleiwa, HI 96712
Check-in: Friday after 5:00 pm
Check-out: Sunday before 12:00 pm
Nestled high in the Ko’olau Mountains, Camp Pupukea is a 65 acre BSA camp and located on Oahu’s North Shore. Developed into a modern day scout camp from its former use as a World War II Army camp. There are more than 7 miles of beaches and during the summer, waves subside creating the perfect spot for swimming, sunbathing, and Boy Scout Camp.
Pool, Chapel, Campfire Bowl, Archery Range, Rifle Range, Hiking Trails, 3 miles above Sunset Beach and roughly situated an hour’s drive from downtown Honolulu and beautiful Waikiki.
Aloha Council’s Premier Camp
District Camporees, Order of the Arrow Conclaves, Family camping, Troop/Pack campouts, Courts of Honor, Training camps, base camp for hiking
Facilities and Camping
Weinberg Lodge (cap. 200), 2 pavilions, Campfire Bowl, 8 cabins and multiple tent 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.
**Starting with the Memorial Day weekend, due to the summer camp season, Pupukea will be closed to ALL weekend short-term camping reservations. The camp will reopen on August 14.**
To reserve Camp Pupukea for your scouting unit, please call our office at (808)595-6366 to secure a camping date and fill out and return the Camp Pupukea Facility Use Reservation Form. Your unit will be penciled into the calendar and the camping date will not be considered reserved until all forms and payment have been received. Please be aware that the fee schedule for reserving Camp Pupukea has been updated.