55-222 Kamehameha Hwy
Kaaawa, HI 96730
(808) 237-7766

 
One of the wettest areas of Oahu (averaging nearly 300 inches per year in parts of the valley), 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.

In fact, while there’s plenty to do in this 5300 acre park, its primary function is to teach about native Hawaiian culture. Thirty one families reside in the park and help educate people about native Hawaiian culture through programs that share Hawaiian culture and values.

For hikers, there are two easy trails, Kapa’ele’ele Ko’a and Keaniani Lookout Trail (one mile loop) and Nakoa Trail (2.5 mile loop that goes through a tropical rain forest).

Beach
Camping (permit required)
Fishing
Hiking
Hunting
Boat Ramp
Campsites
Picnic Tables
Restrooms
Showers
Water Fountains




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