If you're an outdoors enthusiast, you can appreciate Kauai's mountain wilderness from the 12 rustic cabins that make up this lodge. They are austere, to say the least, but more comfortable than a tent, and the mountain setting is grand. Wood-burning stoves ward off the chill and dampness (wood is a few dollars extra), as it can get pretty cold up in Kokee. If you aren't partial to dormitory-style sleeping, request the cabins with two bedrooms; both styles sleep six and have kitchenettes. The lodge restaurant serves breakfast and lunch between 9 am and 2:30 pm daily. A small museum by the restaurant teaches about Hawaiian flora and fauna. Bring hiking gear to take advantage of some of the most beautiful trails in the state. A $20 cleaning fee is charged.