We stayed for five nights. The cabin was old and a little dated, but it was very clean. Everyone that worked there was very friendly and helpful. Would definitely stay there again.
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Access is no longer limited to those staying at the KMC quarters. We ate here several times as we spent 4 nights at KMC. On most evenings there were groups of school children (about thirty 4th graders), at least one commercial tour group (about 12-15...More
Great facility where we had a Lions Forum. I would highly recommend this as a place to stay. The bowling alley is really wonderful!
We arrived late to the area and needed a meal, so opted to come here. There was a large group ahead of us that had demolished the salad and potato "bars". Very little selection and not worth the money we paid. The cashier was not...More
The Camp was a great place to stay (neat little cottages) with a bowling alley, general store and restaurant. The food was good (but a person should go early as they can run out of some items). The prices were relatively reasonable. We had a...More
You need not be a member of military to dine at the cafeteria within the grounds of KMC, located within the national park. We went here for dinner and breakfast and had an enjoyable, affordable meal. The staff was friendly. Service was quick. You order...More
The general store at the camp is a great place to stock up on your picnic supplies. They do everything here from food, drinks and gifts.
Stayed and dined at the Kilauea Military Camp for a week. Reasonably priced and average food, but the price might be on the high side for the accommodations. From a comfort stand point it was OK, but one day my room had an invasion of...More
A nice respite near the Volcanoes National Park. The dining facility has limited hours but the gift shop is open and has a nice selection of snacks. The rooms are somewhat spartan but a great price for Hawaii. One of the perks of military service.
We stay here every time we come. This trip we had our 4 granddaughters (ages 4 - 12) and their parents (4 adults). We had 3 units. Breakfast was OK. The mai tais from the lounge were excellent (and strong!). The units provide flashlights, which...More