Camp Mokulē'ia is the diocesan-affiliated camp and retreat center located on the beautiful, pristine North Shore of O'ahu, 40 miles northwest of Honolulu, at the foot of the Wai'anae Mountain Range. The Camp is located near Ka'ena Point State Park and Natural Area Reserve.
The spectacular oceanfront location with its sandy unspoiled beach is a paradise experience for swimming, snorkeling, and kayaking and provides a relaxing environment for all to enjoy.
Mokulē'ia offers a variety of programs including Summer Camp, (on Oahu and the Big Island), Family Stay Cay Weekends, Youth Ministry for the Diocese, and Outdoor Education.
Mokulē'ia is the perfect place to host your next retreat or event. Accommodations include a spacious lodge with 18 private rooms, cabins that can sleep up to 16, tentalos, and tent camping sites – all with spectacular ocean views. Mokulē'ia also has a swimming pool, full service dining hall, and meeting space. Other activities include low ropes, high ropes, zipline, paddleboarding, kayaking and hiking at nearby trails. Click here to make a reservation for your group!
68-729 Farrington Hwy
Waialua, HI 96791
Tel: (808) 637-6241
Fax: (808) 637-5505
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On September 3, 2022, the Camp's year-long observance of its 75th anniversary culminated with a gala event that honored one of its staunchest supporters, the Rev. Canon David Kennedy. His father, the Right Rev. Harry Kennedy, Bishop of The Episcopal Church in Hawai'i at the time, founded Camp Mokulē'ia, after raising funds to purchase the 3-acre site from the McInerny family. As a teenager, David had the distinction of being one of its first junior counselors. The year was 1947, and his connection to the Camp has never ceased. Through the years, he has served as a Junior Counselor, Camp Director, and as Chair of the Camp's Board of Directors. READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE