Also known as the Kokee Scout Reservation, it is located on the Island of Kauai and 13 miles from the town of Waimea. The camp encompasses 29 acres and offers views of the lush Kalalau Valley from an estimated 2400 feet elevation. The area is rich with many of Hawaii’s endangered species, Native Hawaiian trees, local plants and many wild birds.
Archery Range, Rifle Range, Camp Fire Bowl, Craft Shelter, state hiking trails, approximately five miles from Kokee State Park, famous Waimea Canyon ‘Grand Canyon of the Pacific’ and the rugged Na Pali Coast. For experienced high adventure backpackers, Kauai's Na Pali Coast, west of the camp has sea caves and white beaches hidden away at the base of steep mountains accessible only by rugged hiking trails.
Hawaii is famous for its incredible variation in weather from one area to the next and Kauai is no exception, from humid rainforest to dry desert. Be prepared for sunny, tropic temperatures but don’t forget jackets and extra warm sleeping bags because temperatures at night can drop to a chilly 40°F.
Order of the Arrow Conclaves, Family camping, Troop/Pack campouts, Training camps, High Adventure Base Camp
Facilities and Camping
Two story cabin, CampFire Bowl, Craft Shelter, and six camp sites with water, conveniently located latrines and a central shower facility.
To Make Reservations
To reserve Camp Alan Faye for your Scouting unit for non-summer weekend use, please follow the link and make your reservation:
Rifle and archery ranges are popular program features for experienced campers in their second year and above. Native Hawaiian trees and plants are found around the camp, as are a variety of wild birds and game mammals. A hike to inspiring Kalalau Valley Lookout or the Waimea Canyon Lookout can be a highlight adventure for Scouts. Troops attending camp furnish their own food and equipment. Troops arrange their own transportation to and from camp. There is no cell phone coverage at camp.