Dillingham Ranch is a historic 2,700 acre property located in Mokuleia on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii. Located near the historic surf town of Haleiwa, this one-of-a-kind destination includes approximately 19 acres of oceanfront land and extends to the ridge line adjacent to the Mokuleia Forest Reserve and the Waianae Mountains, offering views of Kaena Point and the world famous surfing beaches of the North Shore.
This spectacular estate consists of famous polo grounds, a premiere equestrian center and the largest coconut tree grove in Hawaii. The heart of the property is Dillingham Lodge, commonly referred
to as the “Big House,” which includes an elegant, 3,000 square foot great room with hardwood floors and fireplace, a 700 square foot professional grade kitchen and eight bedrooms divided into two wings. The Big House was recently returned to its original period condition through a multimillion dollar restoration. Adjacent to Dillingham Ranch is Dillingham Airfield, a private airport operated by the Army and named for Walter Dillingham’s son Henry Gaylord Dillingham, an aviator killed during WWII.
Dillingham Ranch is a rare property, offering all of the charms and essence of Hawaii, from white sandy beaches to mountain terrain and acres of open green space scattered with coconut trees, monkey pods and rare plant species indigenous to Hawaii. Peacocks and ducks flutter around the grounds while horses and cows graze in the fields. Visitors can enjoy horseback riding, surfing, hiking and parasailing while experiencing local culture and history, all in one truly special place.