During their stay with us, campers live in gender-specific cabins with their counselors and 6 to 8 other campers. Maximum living space, modern amenities, and cabin comfort are points of emphasis.
With every day at camp loaded with so much adventure, it's important campers get ample rest, quiet time, and a good night's sleep, too. We want campers to feel like being at camp is their "home away from home."
Double-decker bunks line the walls inside the cabins, so there's ample room for just hanging out with your friends or messing around. Indoor bathrooms and private shower facilities are provided. The counselors sleep in the cabins with the kids every night and supervise them during the day.
The cabins are located just steps from the ocean. Being at the beach, there's lots of sand, so campers and their counselors have organized jobs such as sweeping their cabins each day to maintain cleanliness. From time-to-time we may take a break from sleeping in cabins and sleep outside under the stars in tents right on the beach instead. Campers wake up every morning to the soft sounds of ocean and warm Hawaiian trade winds breeze.
You know what's best about going to camp and living in Hawaii for a week? Your cabin is like living in your own private house without your parents, but with all your best friends and cool camp counselors, too! You can write on the walls, take night hikes, decorate your cabin, have pillow fights and more.
You can even sneak in a cell phone or some candy and sweets... sshhhhhhh, don't worry, we won't tell the camp director!
Having touble sleeping? No problem, let's take a night hike down the beach, dip in the pool, or join another group in the outdoor amphitheatre for a dance party.
We're on Hawaiian time here...that means you do things at your own pace, and you're gonna absolutely love it!