Kahana Valley State Park

Kahana Valley State Park


Location:At 55-222 Kamehameha Highway (Highway 83) in Kahana.
Facilities:Campgrounds, picnic areas, beach, hiking trails, cultural site, public hunting area.
Activities:Camping, hiking, swimming, bodysurfing, other beach-related activities, pig hunting.
Special Features:This scenic wildland valley offers visitors a glimpse of the islands before the arrival of Westerners. The park features a historic fishpond along the shoreline of the bay, and a short hike leads to a fishing shrine known as a koa. In addition to the beach-related activities available, visitors can pick fruit in a lushly vegetated forest or picnic in a coconut grove.
Address:c/o Oahu District Office
PO Box 621
Honolulu, HI 96809

Phone:808-587-0300
Web: www.hawaii.gov/dlnr/dsp/oahu.html
Size: 5,229 acres.

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