Lodging and Dining

Kilauea Lodge & Restaurant – Lorna Larsen-Jeyte

The historic Lodge, built as a YMCA camp in 1938, now serves the community as a popular Volcano destination for lodging and dining. The Lodge offers both guest rooms and off property cottages nearby, as well as an on- site restaurant and group gathering facility. Home of the Fireplace of Friendship with its precious collection of artifacts! E komo mai!


How long? Over ten years

Contact: Phone: 808-967-8278
Cell: 937-2079
Email: tutulorna@gmail.com


Vacation Rental

Hauoli Place (Happy Place!) – Mark Worster

Cute little 1 bedroom, 1 bath cottage that comfortably accommodates up to 4 people. $179/night (plus taxes and a small cleaning fee). Nestled in the ohias and ferns, just down the road from the park.


How long? Less than a year

Best way to contact:
Email: hilifemedia.buzz@gmail.com

Cell: 206-255-4674