Get Reacquainted with the Rainforest at the Experience Volcano Festival

July 24, 2019||Big Island Communities: Events


The 1st annual Experience Volcano Festival will be held on Saturday, July 27 and Sunday, July 28.

November 13, 2015||Mortgages/Economy/Market


New Big Island Listings: November 7-13 

According to data from Hawaii Information Service, 122 properties have been listed for sale on the Big Island in the last 7 days: Residential properties: 68 Condos: 10 Lots and acreage: 44 Our featured property this week is MLS 289495, a 2 bedroom, 2 bath home in Volcano Village. This lovely home offers plenty of natural light and several unique custom features including a volcano motif bathroom with walls that look like lava. For more information this listing or other properties for sale in the Volcano area, please contact listing agent Pat Halpern. Explore all the new listings on the Big Island: View all Big Island homes listed for sale in the last 7 days View all Big Island condos listed for sale in the last 7 days View all Big Island land listed for sale in the last 7 days Read More 

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September 9, 2011||Big Island: Weather and Nature


An Aloha Friday Song Dedication: To the Big Island's Intrepid Coqui Frog Hunters 

From the 'too good not to share' category: Larry Broido posted this song on YouTube yesterday and it appeared in my Facebook news feed this morning via Arabel Camblor, the Broker-in-Charge of our Hilo office. Larry's slack key song, Coqui in the Hole, is dedicated to the coqui hunters of Volcano Village. Read More 

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December 2, 2008||Big Island: History and Culture


A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE VOLCANO GOLF COURSE 

"There was once a golf course in Volcano Village, which not many people remember. The old clubhouse still stands on Maile and Anuhea Circle. It had a pair of small rooms that golfers bunked in overnight. The location was between Kalani Honua Loop, Anuhea Circle and Maile Ave." In the 1920's the present golf course began with three holes, one of which was inside the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. The greens were fenced to keep the cows from the adjacent Keauhou Ranch from trampling the tended greens, but the fairways were cow pasture in those days. They had an event called the "Tomato Can Tournament." The cups were made from tomato cans, hence the name. Roy Blackshear of the Shipman family played an important part in organizing those early events. Later, the Keauhou Ranch moved the family home and barns to a new location next to the winery, to allow for the expansion that was to come. Soon, C. Brewer came along to build the existing clubhouse and... Read More 

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