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Kokokahi offers YWCA members a place for the whole family to participate in educational and recreational activities together.

Located on Kāne'ohe Bay, families have access to over 11 acres of waterfront property which includes a functional kitchen and dining area, a pool with locker rooms, overnight cabins, and multiple classrooms and meeting spaces.

at kokokahi, you will find:

Aquatics

All ages can learn to swim in our heated pool 

Hale Nanea Lodge

Perfect for family reunions, company retreats, or a weekend escape. Our cabins can sleep over 60 guests, and grounds can accommodate up to 240 people. Separate cabins available that sleep 2-8 persons. Separate kitchen and bathrooms.

Summer Camping Programs

Learn more about our 2014 camping programs at Kokokahi.

Conferencing

Bring the team out of town for a unique meeting experience.

Special Event

Atherton Hall offers great venue options for weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, or any other celebration!

Kokokahi is available for conferences, meetings, camping and retreat, and all types of special events such as weddings, graduations, and parties. For rental information please e-mail kokokahi@ywcaoahu.org.

For general questions or assistance, please call (808) 247-2124, or e-mail us: kokokahi@ywcaoahu.org

To make a Camp or Retreat reservation e-mail: kokocamp@ywcaoahu.org

To reserve facility space for a Special Event e-mail: kokoevents@ywcaoahu.org

Kokokahi Photo Gallery

Kokokahi Venue Rental Information

Camp Office Hours
Monday - Friday 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Pool Hours (Open Swim) Changes weekly, please check with Camp Office



kokokahi
45-035 kāne'ohe bay drive
kāne'ohe, hi 96744
ph: (808) 247-2124
fx: (808) 247-6124


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Did you know?

In 1927, Dr. Theodore Richards, former Principal of Kamehameha Schools, envisioned a community center where people of all races could come together as "one blood" or "kokokahi". In a time when it was the custom for communities to be segregated by race, Kokokahi was an unprecedented effort to breakdown racial barriers. The YWCA national committment to eliminating racism is in close harmony with Dr. Richard's vision and ensures our programs and services are inclusive and mindful of the dignity of others.
 

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