Ahupuaʻa ʻO Kahana State Park

Ahupuaʻa O Kahana State Park is one of only a few publicly owned ahupuaʻa making it a great location to learn about native Hawaiian culture.

Ahupuaʻa ʻO Kahana State Park

Ahupuaʻa O Kahana State Park is one of only a few publicly owned ahupuaʻa making it a great location to learn about native Hawaiian culture.

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Aiea Bay State Recreation Area

Aiea Bay State Recreation Area provides views of Pearl Harbor and the Arizona Memorial. Enjoy the park by bringing your lunch and using the picnic areas or bicycling on the bike path.

Aiea Bay State Recreation Area

Aiea Bay State Recreation Area provides views of Pearl Harbor and the Arizona Memorial. Enjoy the park by bringing your lunch and using the picnic areas or bicycling on the bike path.

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Diamond Head State Monument

One of the most beautiful hikes in the world, Diamond Head offers breathtaking views of Honolulu and the Pacific Ocean.

Diamond Head State Monument

One of the most beautiful hikes in the world, Diamond Head offers breathtaking views of Honolulu and the Pacific Ocean.

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Heʻeia State Park

A great place for a picnic, Heʻeia State Park has good views of Kaneohe Bay, Heʻeia Fishpond, and the Ko’olau mountain range.

Heʻeia State Park

A great place for a picnic, Heʻeia State Park has good views of Kaneohe Bay, Heʻeia Fishpond, and the Ko’olau mountain range.

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Iolani Palace State Monument

The United States' only royal residence, 'Iolani Palace harkens us back to the luxurious times enjoyed by King Kalakaua and his sister and successor, Queen Liliuokalani.

Iolani Palace State Monument

The United States' only royal residence, 'Iolani Palace harkens us back to the luxurious times enjoyed by King Kalakaua and his sister and successor, Queen Liliuokalani.

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Kaʻena Point State Park

Kaʻena Point State Park has an abundance of activities to do - hiking, snorkeling, surfing (for experts) and of course sun bathing on the beach. Permit holders are allowed to drive through designated areas.

Kaʻena Point State Park

Kaʻena Point State Park has an abundance of activities to do - hiking, snorkeling, surfing (for experts) and of course sun bathing on the beach. Permit holders are allowed to drive through designated areas.

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Kaiwi State Scenic Shoreline

Kaiwi State Scenic Shoreline has great views of the Oahu coastline and the Makapuʻu Lighthouse via the Makapuʻu Lighthouse Trail. As an added bonus, during whale season (November - May). visitors can sometimes witness humpbacks.

Kaiwi State Scenic Shoreline

Kaiwi State Scenic Shoreline has great views of the Oahu coastline and the Makapuʻu Lighthouse via the Makapuʻu Lighthouse Trail. As an added bonus, during whale season (November - May). visitors can sometimes witness humpbacks.

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Keaīwa Heiau State Recreation Area

The main attraction of Keaiwa Heiau State Recreation Area is Keaiwa Heiau, a temple that native Hawaiians would visit to be healed. Another attraction is the ‘Aiea Loop Trail where you can take in the lush flora as well as a crashed B-24 bomber.

Keaīwa Heiau State Recreation Area

The main attraction of Keaiwa Heiau State Recreation Area is Keaiwa Heiau, a temple that native Hawaiians would visit to be healed. Another attraction is the ‘Aiea Loop Trail where you can take in the lush flora as well as a crashed B-24 bomber.

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Lāʻie Point State Wayside

Tremendous views of the ocean lapping against the rocky coast along with native birds make this trip worthwhile. For thrill seekers, they can mimic the scene from "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" cliff diving.

Lāʻie Point State Wayside

Tremendous views of the ocean lapping against the rocky coast along with native birds make this trip worthwhile. For thrill seekers, they can mimic the scene from "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" cliff diving.

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Mālaekahana State Recreation Area

Malaekahana State Recreation Area is a great place for families to enjoy the beach and water activities. Most of the time, the currents are calm (outside of winter) enough to swim and bodyboard in the ocean.

Mālaekahana State Recreation Area

Malaekahana State Recreation Area is a great place for families to enjoy the beach and water activities. Most of the time, the currents are calm (outside of winter) enough to swim and bodyboard in the ocean.

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Nuʻuanu Pali State Wayside

Located five miles from Honolulu, Nuʻuanu Pali State Wayside provides awesome views of Kaneʻohe, Kailua, Mokoliʻi Island and the coastal fishpond at Kualoa Point from 1,200 feet high.

Nuʻuanu Pali State Wayside

Located five miles from Honolulu, Nuʻuanu Pali State Wayside provides awesome views of Kaneʻohe, Kailua, Mokoliʻi Island and the coastal fishpond at Kualoa Point from 1,200 feet high.

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Puʻu O Mahuka Heiau State Historic Site

Puʻu O Mahuka Heiau is the largest heiau (religious site) on the island. Situated within the 4 acre Puʻu O Mahuka Heiau State Historic Site park, this site was named a National Historic Landmark in 1962 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1966.

Puʻu O Mahuka Heiau State Historic Site

Puʻu O Mahuka Heiau is the largest heiau (religious site) on the island. Situated within the 4 acre Puʻu O Mahuka Heiau State Historic Site park, this site was named a National Historic Landmark in 1962 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1966.

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Puʻu ʻUalakaʻa State Wayside

Conveniently located close to downtown Honolulu, Puʻu ʻUalakaʻa State Wayside provides a beautiful, panoramic view of southern Oahu from Diamond Head to Pearl Harbor along with a short hiking trail.

Puʻu ʻUalakaʻa State Wayside

Conveniently located close to downtown Honolulu, Puʻu ʻUalakaʻa State Wayside provides a beautiful, panoramic view of southern Oahu from Diamond Head to Pearl Harbor along with a short hiking trail.

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Queen Emma Summer Palace

Queen Emma Summer Palace was the summer retreat for Queen Emma of Hawaii during 1857-1885. Located less than ten minutes from downtown Honolulu, the museum is open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission fees and money from the gift shop goes to the preservation of this prominent landmark.

Queen Emma Summer Palace

Queen Emma Summer Palace was the summer retreat for Queen Emma of Hawaii during 1857-1885. Located less than ten minutes from downtown Honolulu, the museum is open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission fees and money from the gift shop goes to the preservation of this prominent landmark.

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Royal Mausoleum State Monument

The Royal Mausoleum State Monument is the burial place of Hawaiian royalty. It includes members of the Kamehameha and Kalakaua royalty.

Royal Mausoleum State Monument

The Royal Mausoleum State Monument is the burial place of Hawaiian royalty. It includes members of the Kamehameha and Kalakaua royalty.

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Sand Island State Recreation Area

Located in Honolulu, Sand Island State Recreation Area offers an urban park where you can camp, stroll on a walking path, fish or bodyboard.

Sand Island State Recreation Area

Located in Honolulu, Sand Island State Recreation Area offers an urban park where you can camp, stroll on a walking path, fish or bodyboard.

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Ulupō Heiau State Historic Site

Located in Kailua, Ulupo Heiau is an ancient site that served as a religious site where native Hawaiians likely came for bountiful harvests, and then success in war. The stone platform of Ulupo Heiau measures 140 feet x 180 feet, while the walls were as high as 30 feet.

Ulupō Heiau State Historic Site

Located in Kailua, Ulupo Heiau is an ancient site that served as a religious site where native Hawaiians likely came for bountiful harvests, and then success in war. The stone platform of Ulupo Heiau measures 140 feet x 180 feet, while the walls were as high as 30 feet.

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Waʻahila Ridge State Recreation Area

Wahiawa Freshwater State Recreation Area has hiking with picturesque views of the Manoa and Palolo Valleys.

Waʻahila Ridge State Recreation Area

Wahiawa Freshwater State Recreation Area has hiking with picturesque views of the Manoa and Palolo Valleys.

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Wahiawā Freshwater State Recreation Area

Located near the Wahiawa Reservoir, Waʻahila Ridge State Recreation Area, is a great place for fishing and picnicking.

Wahiawā Freshwater State Recreation Area

Located near the Wahiawa Reservoir, Waʻahila Ridge State Recreation Area, is a great place for fishing and picnicking.

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