Island Living

  • Ahupua’a ‘O Kahana State Park

    Located in east Hawaii, Kahana Valley is one of the only publicly owned ahupua’a’s in Hawaii. It is one of the wettest valleys and was once a fishing and farming communitiy. The park is now a “living park” where the state’s purpose is to “foster native Hawaiian culturan traditions and the cultural landscape”. Enjoy two easier hiking trails in the park, Kapa’ele’ele Ko’a and the Nakoa Trail.

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  • He’eia State Park

    Take in the scenic views of the Ko’olau Mountains at this 18 acre state park at Kaneohe Bay. Go on a walking tour to learn about the culutural significance of the bay and the stunning grounds.

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  • Ka’ena Point State Park

    Head to Ka’ena for a scenic coastal hike, or for some shoreline fishing, or to hang out at the beach at Keawa’ula Bay. This state park is located in Western Oahu, with Kaena Point being the westernmost point at Kaena Point.

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  • Ke’ehi Lagoon Memorial State Park

    The Ke’ehi Memorial is dedicated to Hawaii Veterans to honor those that have given their lives for their country. 11 acres in southern Oahu has been dedicated for the Ke’ehi Lagoon Memorial includes the Memorial, 10 buildings, a basketball court pavillion, camping grounds and multiple gardens.

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  • Malaekahana State Recreation Area

    This state recreation area is a popular spot for camping, swimming, and beach lounging on Oahu’s northeastern coast. There are shaded picnic tables which are perfect for a bbq or picnic after beach activities!

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  • Pu’u Mahuka Heiau State Historic Site

    The name of this heiau means “hill of escape” and it is a very signicant site on Oahu – and most likely it was used as a sacrifical site. Pu’u O Mahuka Heiau is located on the north shore and is the largest heiau on Oahu.

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  • Sand Island State Recreation Area

    This urban coastal park is a great option for shoreline camping, beachgoing, and fishing. Located close to the center of Honolulu, this park is easily accessible and has great amenities like picnic pavillions, restrooms, showers, water fountains, and walking paths.

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  • Wa’ahila Ridge State Recreation Area

    This reserve is located in Waikiki and offers a great ridge trail where you will hike through the forest of Norfolk Island Pine. There is also a picnic pavillion with water fountains and restrooms.

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