Haena State Park

Haena State Park


Location:At the end of Kuhio Highway (Highway 56) in Haena.
Facilities:Beach, trail, scenic views.
Activities:Shore fishing, swimming and other beach-related activities, hiking.
Special Features:This scenic wildland park contains ancient sea caves formed during a time when the sea was higher, probably 4,000 years ago. (According to legend, the volcano goddess Pele dug the caves while searching for a new home.) Park is the trailhead for the 11-mile Kalalau Trail. Park also offers spectacular views of the Na Pali coast.
Address:c/o Kauai District Office
3060 Eiwa St, Rm 306
Lihue, HI 96766

Phone:808-274-3444
Web: www.hawaii.gov/dlnr/dsp/kauai.html
Size: 66 acres.

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The road ends at Haena State Park, with a spectacular beach for views of the coast (swimming can be treacherous here) and the trailhead for the 11-mile Na Pali Coast Trail.