Laie, HI Summer Camps

Results 1-4 of 4 Find Laie, HI Summer Camps for kids & teens and choose your summer camp program: day, overnight & specialty featuring archery, basketball, challenge/rope courses, farming/ranching/gardening, hiking, kayaking, team building.
 
Camp Mokuleia
Waialua, HI 96791  
Archery, Basketball, Challenge/Rope Courses, Farming/Ranching/Gardening
 
 
Camp Anuenue
Waialua, HI 96791  
Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and
 
 
Homelani
Waialua, HI 96791  
Arts and Crafts, Baseball/Softball, Basketball
 
 
Ymca Camp H R Erdman
Waialua, HI 96791  
Season: Year-round.;Archery, Arts and Crafts
 

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About Laie, HI

Laie is a census-designated place located in the Koolauloa District on the island of Oahu in Honolulu County, Hawaii, United States. In Hawaiian, lāʻie means "ʻie leaf" . The population was 4,585 at the 2000 census. Historically, Laie was a puʻuhonua, a sanctuary for fugitives. While a fugitive was in the pu'uhonua, it was unlawful for that fugitive's pursuers to harm him or her. During wartime, spears with white flags attached were set up at each end of the city of refuge. If warriors attempted to pursue fugitives into the puʻuhonua, they would be killed by sanctuary priests. Fugitives seeking sanctuary in a city of refuge were not forced to permanently live within the confines of its walls. Instead, they were given two choices: In some cases, after a certain length of time , fugitives could enter the service of the priests and assist in the daily affairs of the puʻuhonua. A second option was that after a certain length of time the fugitives would be free to leave and re-enter the world unmolested. Traditional cities of refuge were abolished in 1819. The history of Laie begins long before first contact. The name Laie is said to derive from two Hawaiian words: lau meaning "leaf", and ie referring to the ʻieʻie , which wreaths forest trees of the uplands or mauka regions of the mountains of the Koʻolau...