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Camp Honokaia

There are nine campsites with piped water which will also@@ be serviced by portable toilets during summer camp. The campsites are surrounded with@@ fragrant white ginger and other exotic greenery. Each campsite is large and secluded. Camping@@ is jamboree style. There are two central shower facilities with hot and cold water.

Each Campsite includes a latrine, water standpipe, rubbish can, and 2 picnic tables, 1 fire barrel/patrol site

The Longhouse Dining Hall has a capacity of 48 Persons and access to restrooms. Outside the hall is a 1,200 square foot covered lanai (patio). 

Ranger Notes

CAMP OPERATING RULES AND POLICY STATEMENT

Camp Honokaia is available for use by registered Scouting units and qualified non-Scout groups who agree to abide by the Scout Oath and Law and who agree to the following conditions:

All units and non-Scout groups using the facilities at Camp Honokaia agree to follow the policies and guidelines in the current printing of BSA publication #34410 Guide to Safe Scouting (A Unit Leader’s Guide for Current Policies and Procedures to Safe Activities).

The purpose of the Guide to Safe Scouting is to prepare adult leaders to conduct Scouting activities in a safe and prudent manner.  The policies and guidelines have been established because of the real need to protect members from known hazards that have been identified through eighty-plus years of experience.  Limitations on certain activities should not be viewed as stumbling blocks; rather, polices and guidelines are best described as stepping stones toward safe and enjoyable adventures.

PROPERTY DAMAGE:

All Scouting units and non-Scout groups using the facilities at Camp Honokaia will be held responsible for damage to camp property.  Reimbursement for cleaning, repairs, and/or property damage will be charged against your reservation deposit with additional costs billed to your Scouting unit or non-Scout group.  Your unit/group is expected to keep the facilities clean and to leave the camp clean upon departure.

ADULT LEADERSHIP:

Unit or non-Scout group leaders are in full charge of their unit or group at all times.  Two registered adult leaders, or one adult and a parent of a participating youth member, one of whom must be at least 21 years of age or older, are required in camp at all times.  It is also recommended that there be at least one adult leader for every ten (10) youth members in camp.  Coed overnight activities require male and female adult leaders.

FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM ALERT:

The Longhouse Lodge Kitchen facility is equipped with hand held fire extinguishers.  Use of hand held fire extinguishers on small fires is the first line of fire response.

FIREARMS, FIREWORKS, DRUGS, ALCOHOL, TOBACCO USE AND ABUSE:

All firearms, fireworks, alcoholic beverages and controlled substances are not allowed in camp.

The Boy Scouts of America prohibits the use of alcoholic beverages and controlled substances at encampments or activities on property owned and/or operated by the Boy Scouts of America, or at any activity involving participation of youth members.

Adult leaders should support the attitude that young adults are better off without tobacco and should not allow the use of tobacco products at any BSA activity involving youth participants.

All buildings at Camp Honokaia are designated non-smoking.

NO FLAMES IN TENTS:

Only battery operated flashlights and lanterns are permitted in tents.  “No flames in tents” is a rule that must be enforced.

PARKING:

All vehicles will park in the designated parking area outside of the camp entrance gate.  Vehicles should back into parking spaces so the front of the each vehicle faces the exit road.  Some parking areas are designed for 2-4 vehicles to park in tandem.  Vehicles should always be locked and secured when left in the parking area.

PETS:

No pets are allowed in camp – no exceptions.  This does not include “Seeing Eye” dogs.

REFRIGERATION/ICE

Refrigeration and ice are not available at the kitchen quarters unless a kitchen use agreement has been issued.

RESTROOMS/SHOWERS:

Camp Honokaia provides latrines in each campsite.  Camper showers are located near the campsites.

VEHICLES IN CAMP:

Vehicles, including automobiles, trucks, vans, motorcycles, bicycles, etc., are not permitted in camp.

Vehicles transporting equipment and supplies may be permitted to enter the camp and driven to the appropriate campsite entrance or delivery area.  Vehicles may not be driven into any campsite or leave the main road.  Equipment and supplies are to be unloaded and the vehicle returned immediately to the designated parking area.

Remember, speed limit in camp is 5 miles per hour!  Stay alert for Scouts moving about.

Directions to Camp

Camp Honokaia is located on the Island of Hawaii. It is approximately three miles west of Honokaa town on Highway 19, between highway-mile markers 46 and 47. The camp is sited on a 238 acres of densely wooded land.  There are two central shower facilities with hot and cold water

Camp Honokaia  Aloha Council, BSA  

46-306 Camp Honokaia  Honokaa,

Hawaii 96727 Phone: (808) 775-0344

46-306 Camp Honokaia Circle
Honokaa, Hawaii 96727

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Day
Check-In
08:00 AM
Check-Out
11:00 PM


Night
Check-In
05:00 AM
Check-Out
05:00 AM


Dining Hall
Shelters

Camp Use Policy Back to Top

All registered Scouting units and non-Scout groups using the facilities at any Aloha Council Camps agree to follow the policies and guidelines in the current printing of BSA publication #618622 Guide to Safe Scouting” (A Unit Leader’s Guide for Current Policies and Procedures to Safe Activities). This can be found online at  www.scouting.org  for viewing or to print. It can also be purchased at Aloha Council. All Federal, State and Local laws must also be followed.

ADULT LEADERSHIP:

Unit or non-Scout group leaders are in full charge of their unit or group at all times. Two registered adult leaders, or one adult and a parent of a participating youth member, on of whom must be 21 years of age or older, are required in camp at all times. It is also recommended that there be at least one adult leader for ever ten (10) youth members in camp. Coed overnight activities require male and female adult leaders. Youth Protection policies must be must be enforced and all Federal, State and Local laws regarding youth must be followed.

FIREARMS, FIREWORKS, DRUGS, ALCOHOL, TOBACCO USE AND ABUSE:

All firearms, fireworks, alcoholic beverages and controlled substances are not allowed in camp.

The Boy Scouts of America prohibits the use of alcoholic beverages and controlled substances at encampments or activities on property owned and/or operated by the Boy Scouts of America, or at any activity involving participation of youth members.  All Federal, State, and local laws must be followed.

Adult leaders should support the attitude that young adults are better off without tobacco and should not allow the use of tobacco products at any BSA activity involving youth participants.

All areas at camp are designated non-smoking.

NO FLAMES IN TENTS:

Only battery operated flashlights and lanterns are permitted in tents. No flames in tents is a rule that must be enforced.

PETS:

No pets are allowed in camp. This does not include Service Animals such as “Seeing Eye” dogs.

VEHICLES IN CAMP:

Vehicles, including automobiles, trucks, vans, motorcycles, bicycles, etc., are not permitted in camp. Vehicles transporting equipment and supplies may be permitted to enter the camp to drop off and pickup only. Equipment and supplies are to be unloaded and the vehicle returned immediately to the designated parking areas.

PROPERTY DAMAGE:

All Scouting units and non-Scout groups using camp facilities  will be held responsible for damage to camp property.  Reimbursement for cleaning, repairs, and/or property damage will be deducted from your security deposit with additional costs billed to your Scouting unit or non-Scout group if applicable. Your unit/group is expected to keep the facilities clean and to leave the camp clean upon departure as well as unplugging appliances, turning off all the circuit breakers and securing all parts of the property.

LEAVE NO TRACE:

It is the responsibility of the unit/group to pick up all trash and take it with them upon their departure.  Pack it in, pack it out.

SERVICE PROJECTS:

BSA units may choose a service project or even  a conservation project for an advancement requirement. All users of Camp Ehrhorn are invited to help. Please contact the property managerprior to your arrival if you are interested in lending a hand.

Cancellation Policy Back to Top

Cancellation policy is as follows:

4 months prior to reservation- full refund of total camp fees

6 weeks prior to reservation- 50% refund of total camp fees

30 days prior or less- no refund

Cleaning Policy Back to Top

It is the responsibility of each unit or group to thoroughly clean all camp facilities used, including the refrigerators, prior to checking out of camp. All tables must be put back in its original configuration.  All metal and plastic tent pegs must be pulled out of the ground and taken with you as when you leave camp.  A fee for janitorial services will be charged to any unit or group that fails to clean up after themselves. Units and non-Scout groups are expected to abide by the Leave No Trace principles. Pack it in, pack it out.