Ha'ena State Park

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Ha'ena State Park

Hawaii

(808) 587-0300

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Overview

Ha'ena is a scenic wildland park. This park lies at the "end of the road" on Kaua'i's north shore, and is an extremely popular destination for both visitors and locals. Viewing of wet caves/ancient sea caves formed during a higher stand of sea, probably 4,000 years ago; tradition credits Pele the volcano goddess as having dug the caves in her search for a new home. Beach-related activities, shore fishing, viewing of spectacular Na Pali Coast and swimming at Ke'e Beach (conditions allowing). The turquoise cove provides a picturesque setting to enjoy a picnic or stroll on the beach. The trailhead for the 11-mile Kalalau Trail begins in this park. It is best to arrive early as the limited parking fills up rapidly

Map of Ha'ena (HI)

Latitude, Longitude: 22.220582, -159.577704

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Activities

  • Caving

    Formed approximately 4,000 years ago, Ha'ena State Park offers viewing of wet caves/ancient sea caves formed during a higher stand of sea. Tradition credits Pele, the volcano goddess, as having dug the caves in her search for a new home.

  • Fishing

    Shore-fishing is allowed at the park.

  • Hiking

    The trailhead for the 11-mile Kalalau Trail begins in this park. It is best to arrive early as the limited parking fills up rapidly.

  • Picnicking

    The turquoise cove provides a picturesque setting to enjoy a picnic or stroll on the beach.

  • Water Sports

    Beach-related activities, including shore fishing and views of the spectacular Na Pali Coast and swimming at Ke'e Beach have proven to be ideal at Ha'ena State Park (if conditions are allowing).

Directions

Driving

End of Kuhio Highway (Highway 56)

Phone Numbers

Primary

(808) 587-0300

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