Kilauea Lodge consists of a total of eleven buildings, structures, and objects within ten acres. Contributing elements include the YMCA Lodge, Dormitory, and Bunkhouses, the Westervelt Caretaker’s Cottage, two original redwood water tanks, and four entrance and exit stone pillars placed along the front semi-circular driveway. Kilauea Lodge is significant for its association with the Hawaii chapter of the Young Men’s Christian Association from 1933-1964. In addition, Kilauea Lodge is significant for its representation of late 19th and 20th century building methods in the Craftsman style.
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