Experience life on an old lava flow w/great adventures nearby and mouflon sheep or wild goats! Green Sands Beach, Kula Kai Caverns & Lava Tubes, Manuka or Pohue Bays, Punalulu Black Sands Beach, Hawaii Volcanoes Nat'l Park Kuhuku, & South Point. Best star gazing! Desert conditions, approx. 67-69 degrees in the morning to 75-83 degrees in the day. Ranch style home with 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, full kitchen and relaxing living area with detached garage w/W&D. Internet access and cable TV.
Nice, clean, spacious, quiet furnished three bedroom ranch home with full kitchen and two bathrooms. Washer, dryer & clothesline onsite in garage.
Great star gazing and incredible ocean, mountain and South Point views. Convenient to Black & Green Sands Beaches, South Point, Hawaii Volcanoes Nat'l Park Kahuku Unit, lava tubes, cinder pit, whale watching, and beach combing. Experience a unique life on a 100 yr old lava flow.
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Direct TV and internet access. Catchment water tank - rain water is filtered twice before entering home. Fresh drinking water available in five gallon jug. Drinking water can be bought at the store, or five gallon jug can be filled at a number of locations - Ocean View, at Malama Market (25 cents per gallon) or water stations in Ocean View (corner of Mamalahoa Highway & Lehua, on the right); Waiohinu Park (Mamalahoa Highway, before mile 69); and Ho'okena Beach Park turn off (right across from turn off at Mamalahoa Highway, mile 101). Trash can be discarded at mile marker 99 or in Waiohinu or in Oceanview on Saturday mornings at the park.
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Prefer you to enjoy your visit and privacy. Will be available via phone to answer any questions. Thank you and enjoy!
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No smoking. Not suitable for pets. No parties or events. Quiet time after 10 pm. Respectful to neighbors. Smoking permitted outside, discard of your cigarette buds in trash making sure they are put out first. No pets allowed unless it is a service pet.
Ho'okena Beach park is at mile 101; Milolii Beach park is at approximately mile 89. At Approx. mile 95 and mile 88, are two fruit stands with local farmers' fruits & vegetables. Local restaurants include: Mehe's; L&L Drive In, Thai Restaurant, OV Pizzeria, and OV Coffee Shop. Two main grocery stores and two mini marts.
- Quiet Hours 10pm - 8am
- Smoking Allowed Outside
Alaska Native Eskimo Inupiat / German / French / and British with maybe Athabaskan Indian or Russian, raised on a farm in Fairbanks, Alaska, also lived on a dairy farm for a few months in MN. Love hosting, swimming, rollerblading, exploring, hiking, family, friends, photography, dance and traveling!
Home is located in desert conditions, with the morning temps as low as 67 degrees and the day temps from 75-84 degrees. Beautiful ocean, mountain and South Point views. A welcome breeze to keep the temperature just right for you!
I enjoy renting my home in Ocean View, Hawaii, for you to experience Old Hawaii. A unique setting which I call my National Park Home because it is in a incredible location. Manuka State Park on one side of Ocean View, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Kahuku Unit on the other, and miles of virgin coastline below.
Spring 2016, I was able to see nine pods of whales off my lanai in which I hope you will be able to view out of your own comfortable and clean ranch home.
I also have experienced wild spinner dolphins swimming next to me or by me at Ho'okena Beach. An experience of a lifetime and enjoyed a few times. Whale watching while boogie boarding is another favorite! There is nothing more thrilling than watching the whales breach at South Point, Kua Bay, Punalu'u (Black Sands) Beach, Ho'okena Beach, or out my front window (we are three miles up from the ocean, 900' above sea level).
Ocean View has a Farmer's & Flea Market on Saturdays, and Na'alehu has a Farmer's Market every Wednesday and Saturday. I had one guest very happy to find a 1940's pocket watch at the Ocean View Saturday Market. What treasure will you find?
The meteorite showers and stargazing are just incredible at night! I suggest you make a list of all the wishes to wish on, there can be that many falling or shooting stars. Just an incredible location, with possibly seeing a mouflon sheep, axis deer, or a wild goat stroll or Hawaiian Hawk fly through the yard.
Another favorite is hiking the Kahuku Unit of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park at mile 70.5 of the Mamalahoa Highway. Tours are given on the weekend, please check with the Park Schedule to determine dates and times.
Also, enjoyed are the 4WD trails to Kaalualu Bay and Green Sands Beach via Green Sands Subdivision (approx. mile 64 on Mamalahoa Hwy.). This trail will also take you to a beach where alot of trash or treasures are settled on the shoreline. I knew one gentleman who found two 50 gallon barrels of candle wax and made citrus candles from his treasures found. What treasures will you find? Sea shells, sea glass bulbs, or ???
One of my favorite drives without 4wd is going the upper road from Na'alehu to Pahala. In Na'alehu, turn left as if you are going to the Punalu'u Bakery, and keep going straight. Past the cemetary on your left, and the road will veer to the right. Keep to the right, and enjoy the many miles of scenic views, ranch land, coffee farms, until you come to the end, veer right, and stay to the right, and arrive into the mountain side of Pahala. Beauty awaits you in these paved drive through the upper country.