Kona Camping Ranch

Post 98, Hwy 11, Captain Cook, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Captain Cook

The Big Island, Hawaii

A travel blog entry by davidandjackie


... beautiful....pictures don't do it justice. We relaxed there for an hour or so then took our "taxi" back up to the main highway. We continued along the coast and stopped at a local restaurant called South Coast Shaka and I tried a local dish called Coco Loco....it's a pile of rice with a hamburger patty, 2 fried eggs and a whole lot of mushrooms, onions and gravy....mmmm. After lunch we continued to a black sand beach called Punaluu, there ...

Good beer, Great dinner with good friends

A travel blog entry by piming


... up the slate abalone juniors cling on, the juniors started to slide down as fast as they could to avoid the light. Most of the abalone here shipped to Japan & other Asian countries.
Stopped by Pu'ukohola Heiau Nat'l Historical Site on the way down to Kona Brewery to buy the plants/animals ID chart. It's one of my favorite visitor centers on the island. Well-staffed, friendly staff, and with very good ...

A hui hou, Hawaii

A travel blog entry by tuffychloe


... It was during the time the Hawaiians were celebrating Lono, their god of peace. There was some legend about Lono coming on a white cloud (and Cook sailed in with a big white sail) so the Hawaiians were definitely going to be kind to him. He spent lots of time with the Hawaiians but then decided to keep sailing. He ran into some bad weather and needed to go back to the safe bay to fix his mast. The time ...

Love the Kona Coffee & Buzz Buzz Honey

A travel blog entry by piming


... tour, well worth the $15 adult (children $) admission price.

On the way out, the lady manning the kiosk pointed out Jack's camilions to us. Male & female, really cool. Never saw camilion in the wild. Would never have spotted those color changing curious looking creatures if not without assistance from expert eyes.

Before heading back for Lu'au, the Hawaiian feast/party, we wanted to see if we could make our way to ...

Cycling Counter-Clockwise, aka "the wrong way"

A travel blog entry by casey_matt


... were "temporarily" closed. We were literally caked with layers of sunscreen, sweat, and road grime and there was no way we were going to pollute our double sleeping bag with that, at least this early in the trip. Desperate times call for desperate measures, so we hauled a bucket of tap water and our squeezey water bottles into a sparse grove of eucalyptus trees and created our own showerheads for each other. Needless to say, we slept soundly (and relatively cleanly) that night!


This campground, located on Post 98, Hwy 11, Captain Cook, is near Kona Joe Coffee, Greenwell Store Museum, Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden, and Ueshima Coffee Company.
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