Stay here to hike Koke'e Park or Weimea Canyon
This is a great place to stay if you want to hike in Koke'e State Park or Weimea Canyon. The cabins haven't been kept up very well, but they are in a great location (walking distance to Koke'e Lodge and Museum) and at decently priced. I stayed with my husband and grown son for three nights - we built a fire in the wood stove (bought two bundles of wood for $14/bundle) that warmed the entire cabin. The electric stove had knobs that were partially melted, but the stove worked fine. The bathroom was clean and the water was good and hot!
Pros: Location, location Ability to cook meals Full refrigerator with freezer Roominess Wood stove for heat Clean bathroom and bedding Nice hot water
Cons: Most cabinets were painted shut, walls and doors needed a cleaning, and everything was old and outdated
Location: Hiking, birdwatching, & photography are great; Koke'e Museum and Lodge within walking distance; Weimea Canyon access is close