The trustees of the Lili’uokalani Trust have set aside land to be used, in perpetuity, for the benefit of Native Hawaiian children so that they may enjoy an ohana-oriented camping experience. Located between Kailua-Kona town and Honokohau Harbor are two campgrounds nestled along the Keahuolu shoreline. Halepa’o is a sandy beach surrounded by a grove of milo trees with a swimming area and tide pools. Hi’iakanoholae is a sandy beach to the north of Halepa’o with tide pools, blowholes, and deep ocean waters.
Camping Eligibility Requirements: To register to camp at Keahuolu, your child must be a minor (17 years of age or younger) and you must have an electronic copy of your child’s birth certificate showing proof of Hawaiian ethnicity.