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Ainaloa is an established subdivision located in the Puna District on the east side of the Big Island of Hawaii. It is located about 4 miles South of Kea'au, one of the fastest growing areas in the State of Hawaii,  approximately 13 miles south of Hilo, the second largest city in the State and about 5 miles north of historic Pahoa Village.  Popular Volcano Village and Volcanoes National Park are approximately 9 miles west of Kea'au as you travel up Mauna Loa on Highway 11.

Ainaloa is located on the mountain side of Highway 130 between Kea'au and Pahoa; the ocean is about 4 miles from the entrance of the subdivision.

Lots in Ainaloa range from 8,000 to 12,000 square feet.  The water system is by catchment, and waste disposal system Ainaloa is by septic tank.  Electricity is available to all lots. 

Ainaloa has an active home owner's association, with a nice building for meetings; this building can be rented out (808‑982-9404).  Current annual association dues, which include road maintenance, are $120.00.  Ainaloa Dr. and Blvd are paved. Unpaved areas are well maintained. Active community association Elevation from just over 400 ft. near Hwy 130 and to about 900 ft. at the upper end bordering Hawaiian Acres.

Keaau, the closest town has a post office, a Sure Save Supermarket, several restaurants (including McDonalds), a couple of convenience stores, an Ace Hardware, an open air market, an auto supply store, a couple of gas stations and several churches.

The State of Hawaii has recently built new Middle and High Schools between Ainaloa and Keaau.  The prestigious Kamahemaha Schools has recently opened a facility just outside of Keaau as well. 

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