The Maui County Council owns and manages one of the country's most widely used wilderness facilities -- Camp Maluhia. Camp Maluhia, which rests of the windward slopes of West Maui with a panoramic ocean view, offers a camping experience to young and old, alike. Check out for your next event.
Click here for apply to use Camp Maluhia.
*For an Enlarge Version of the TERMS AND CONDITIONS CLICK HERE
*You must use the current application as of 2/23/17, All previous versions will not be accpeted.
*Allow 30 to 60 days for review of application*
*NOT ALL EVENTS ARE ON SCHEDULE*
*Submission of application does not guarantee approval*
*Calendar on this website Does Not reflect bookings for Camp Maluhia*
Camp Maluhia sits on 212 acres of land. Most of camps facilities sits on 17 acres. It is conveniently located approximately 15 minutes from Wailuku. With its beauty, large capacity, and easy accessibility, Camp Maluhia is occupied 60% of the year and 95% of weekends throughout the year. In fact, few Boy Scout camps nationally are used as regularly by the general community as our camp.
Scouts are not the only ones who enjoy Camp Maluhia. Every year dozens of school groups, visiting Scout troops, other non-profit organizations, and the Maui community take advantage of the camp for retreats and gatherings.
There is no Waihe'e Ridge Trail access from Camp Maluhia by foot or by vehicle. However, the road to get to Camp Maluhia is shared with the DLNR and Ridge Trail. Please click here for information on the accessing the Waihe'e Ridge Trail.
Dining Hall (currently seats 250)
Kitchen (2 commercial reach-in refrigerators; three freezers; BYOD-bring your own dishes)
Pool (4-12 feet deep)
Rifle, Shotgun and Archery Ranges
Ball Field (can also be used for large group tent camping)
Long House (great room)
Fire Bowl (seats 200)
Cooks Cabin (sleeps 40 w/ 2 bathrooms and 2 showers)
Pop Hutton Campsite:
- 5 Cabins (Sleep 20 people, each; sidewalk access with no stairs from dining hall)
- Cooking Pavilion with BBQ and picnic tables for 20
- New individual stall bathrooms and showers
- 1 Cabins (sleep 20 people each)
- Pavilion with picnic tables for 40
- Bathrooms and shower house
Lions Campsite (click for photos)
- 7 Cains (sleep 15, each)
- Lions Pavilion with picnic tables for 80
- Kitchen with sink and refrigerator (recently renovated)
Reservations are made in advance at the Maui County Council Boy Scouts of America Office:
Phone: 808-244-3724 Ext. 3
200 Liholiho Street, Wailuku, HI 96793