The Farm

You can walk, hike or bike upcountry to The Farm, the 10-acre wonderland where Members and Guests of The Lodge at Kukuiʻula can pick their own fresh flowers, pluck tropical fruits, and citrus or gather seasonal herbs, greens and vegetables for the kitchen. The Farm team is available to help, whether with harvesting, offering gardening advice, or sharing some of their favorite ways to prepare what’s in season. En route to The Farm, there are views of some of Kukui‘ula’s most pristine land and chances to spot birds and wildlife, such as nēnē, the beloved native goose that is the state bird of Hawai‘i.

OPEN DAILY, 7am – 6pm
Wednesday & Sunday – Closes at 5pm

Stand under the towering ear pod tree overlooking the reservoir to glimpse an older, pristine landscape. Eat a mango right off the tree and pluck passion fruit from the vine. On The Farm, Members and Lodge Guests can settle into a bygone rhythm—and head home with baskets of fresh fruits, veggies, and flowers you’ve gathered yourself.

Fresh Produce

There are no rules, really. Members and Lodge Guests can pick their own organic produce for dinner salads or morning breakfast, or ask a member of The Farm team for help. Get a gardening lesson, lend a hand during harvest or just relax under the shade canopies.

Farm Dinners & Events

To taste Chef Ben’s farm-to-fork fare served under the stars is to savor the essence of Kauaʻi. Fun for the whole family and an indulgence for the senses, each Farm Dinner is uniquely different and not to be missed. At the freshest farm-to-table experience on Kauaʻi, you’ll dine alfresco while enjoying seasonal specialties created by our culinary team and guest chefs.

More Edibles & Where to Find Them

While playing the golf course, look for mangoes, lychee, pineapples, and other tropical fruits planted around the greens. Just outside the Golf Clubhouse, you’ll find a fully-stocked self-serve produce stand with fresh fruit, greens, vegetables, and flowers.

Peacock Bass Fishing

While at The Farm, untie a rowboat and paddle out on the lake to fish for peacock bass. Florida is the only other place in the United States you’ll find this prized sportfish. Huakaʻi Outfitters provides rods and reels.

Ho'Okipa

Kukui‘ula embodies Ho‘okipa—heartfelt Hawaiian hospitality. We invite you to join us by staying connected. And don’t worry! We promise to only send you the good stuff.

Stay Connected

Stay Connected

Kukui‘ula embodies Ho‘okipa—heartfelt Hawaiian hospitality. We invite you to join us by staying connected. And don’t worry! We promise to only send you the good stuff.