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Camp Slogett

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Seattle, Washington, United States
Reviewed 14 May 2016

First, the staff members of the Y who helped us from the first contact to the day we left were all super helpful. We stayed in the cottage. It's a one bedroom bungalow situated up against the forest. We found it to be comfortable and spacious. The kitchen had everything we needed. It can be confusing when renting the cottage...

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Renton, Washington
Reviewed 30 January 2016

Camped here one night in a small tent. Arrived late at night, but direction provided via email were very precise. Camp Sloggett was very well maintained property in a great location. Reasonable price for camping and lovely hot shower! If you are going to hike in Waimea canyon this is the place you want to stay! The only downside was...

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1Thank ddandelion
Reviewed 3 June 2015

We are locals that live here on Kaua'i and we love going up Kokee for day picnic or sight seeing. I've never stayed at Camp Slogett before and heard some mixed review from others. I brought my family and invited friends for a night stay and it went BETTER than I expected! :)The Cabin wasn't in tip top shape but...

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Basel, Switzerland
Reviewed 11 August 2014 via mobile

We rent the cottage for 2 nights. The place is very nice, quiet - the opposite of Waikiki for sure! It depends what you are looking for. It is a good place to stay if you plan to go for hiking in Kokee State Park and Waimea Canyon. Staff was very friendly. Bad side of the cottage is that the...

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Detroit, Michigan
Reviewed 17 December 2013

My wife and I had the pleasure of staying at Camp Slogget over Thanksgiving 2013. We stayed in the cottage, which was lovely. The Staff was very nice and accommodating. The cottage was clean and cozy. It is located in the beautiful Waimea Canyon and could not have been lovelier. Great value and I know it supports the YWCA Of...

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3Thank James k
Marblemount, Washington
Reviewed 12 February 2013

Camp Sloget is in a very pretty location at about 4,000' in Koke'e State Park (bring sleeping bags!). The camping is in an open meadow and you can pick your spot around the perimeter of the meadow for your tent and have plenty of privacy. Lush vegetation abounds and we had a peaceful stay. But that's about all I can...

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2Thank MKirsh
New York City, New York
Reviewed 26 December 2012

This place is an absolute nightmare! First of all we arrived after being in beautiful lush Hawaii after a week.....we were a group of 20 sensitive, very in-tune beings.... As we all walked in, it was a mix of laughing and crying in fear, The place is haunted, very bad energy- which we had to spend the whole night transmuting........

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Newport, Rhode Island
Reviewed 31 August 2012

We wanted to stay at the Waimea Canyon. Saw terrible reviews for the cabins at Kokee State Park, so I thought, this place is 3 times the price ($125) so it must be much nicer. WRONG. Bodily fluids on the "new" sheets which seeped through to the mattress cover, which has fresh blood spots all over it. Bed bugs galore....

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5Thank Cristina H
Upland, CA
Reviewed 17 January 2009

Camp Sloggett is a very rustic camp away from everything. You will really feel like you’re alone in the middle of a jungle. Actually you kinda are, with the exception of a few homes up the road. I would not recommend this place to those that; 1) hate bugs; 2) scared of the dark; 3) need lots of people around...

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frozensky
Reviewed 2 October 2008

We stayed at the Caretaker's Cabin for 2 nights at Camp Sloggett. We paid $120/night because it was a weekend rate. There's a living room/kichenette area with a pull out sofa bed. the mattress from the sofa bed is very limpy and soft. We had 2 people sleeping on it and they kept rolling to the center of the bed....

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Address: Kokee State Park, Koke'e State Park, Kauai, HI
Region: United States > Hawaii > Kauai > Koke'e State Park
Number of rooms: 51
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“The only room is the best room.:-)”
EthanWhitneySmith, 14 May 2016 | Read review
“A place far away from cell phone service and WIFI, Outdoors.”
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“Sleep in an outhouse if you want cleaner lodging.”
cristinah653, 30 Aug 2012 | Read review
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