We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We stayed at the Kīlauea Volcano Military Camp for one week. The cabins were comfortable and very clean. The water pressure in the shower was great! The little general store was well stocked. The cafeteria was good for breakfast, but I wouldn’t recommend it for...More
It was a really pleasant 5 day stay. We had an apartment type room with Queen bed and jetted tub. It was a basic room but clean. It was a little dated but it provides all our basic needs for the duration of our stay....More
We really enjoyed our 8-night stay at the KMC. It was quiet, relaxing and family friendly. Remember, this is an old military camp that's proud of its historic roots, so if you expect a luxury hotel experience this place may not be for you. However,...More
The KMC is a wonderful place to stay. The cabins are a great way to spend your vacation on the big island. The dining facility is a very well run mess hall with very reasonable prices. Staff are extremely dedicated and supportive of their guests....More
Note: This review covers the cabin and some of the amenities. If I could split this review to give the cabin 2 stars and everything else 4 I would. You must be military to stay here but the other facilities are open to the public....More
Response from BFlick2724 | Reviewed this property |
KVMC is on southwest corner of island and Hilo airport is pretty close (30-45mins). There were a lot of attractions on other side of the island near Kona but the drive to Kona from KVMC was pretty far, I believe 3 hours... More
KVMC is on southwest corner of island and Hilo airport is pretty close (30-45mins). There were a lot of attractions on other side of the island near Kona but the drive to Kona from KVMC was pretty far, I believe 3 hours. So when we stayed 4 days, we did not sightsee on Kona side. However, we had an 8 month old with us and that stopped us from driving. If we didn’t have a kid I would have made the drive to the other side of the island.