Parks in Hawaii (51)

Ahukini State Recreational Pier
Kauai County, HI
Situated on the edge of Hanama’ulu Bay near the Lihu’e Airport, Ahukini State Recreational Pier offers not only beautiful scenery, but also a terrific fishing. Aside from pole fishing, crab netting is
Ahupua'a 'O Kahana State Park
Honolulu County, HI
One of the wettest areas of Oahu (averaging nearly 300 inches per year in parts of the valley), Ahupua?a O Kahana State Park is one of only a few publicly owned ahupua?a making it a great location to
Aiea Bay State Recreation Area
Honolulu County, HI
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.;The Pearl Harbor Bike Path runs through the pa
Akaka Falls State Park
Hawaii County, HI
Following the ?Akaka Falls Loop Trail (.4 mile loop), people can see both the Kahuna and ‘Akaka Falls (422 feet high) along with beautiful lush plants and trees.
Diamond Head State Monument
Honolulu County, HI
Hikers rejoice! Diamond Head State Monument offers breathtaking views overlooking the Pacific Ocean and Honolulu. In fact the view is so good, it was used by the US military as a post for preventing a
Ha'ena State Park
Kauai County, HI
Ha'ena State Park, which is about an hour drive from Lihue, boasts of beautiful beaches, hiking trails and 4,000 year old caves.;The combination of relatively calm waters in July and August, along wit
Haleki'i-Pihana Heiau State Monument
Maui County, HI
Haleki'i-Pihana Heiau State Monument is a 10 acre park containing two important heiau (religious sites) near the mouth of the ?Iao Stream in Wailuku. Haleki'i and Pihana were associated with important
Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area
Hawaii County, HI
Hapuna Beach is a beautiful white sand beach that has been called the best beach in the United States. Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area can be a great place for swimming, snorkeling, bodyboarding an
He'eia State Park
Honolulu County, HI
A great place for a picnic, He'eia State Park has good views of Kaneohe Bay, He'eia Fishpond, and the Ko’olau mountain range.
Hulihe'e Palace
Hawaii County, HI
The Hulihe'e Palace, located in Kailua-Kona, was once a summer vacation home for Hawaiian royalty, today Hulihe'e Palace is a museum showcasing the impressive residence, along with furniture and artif
Iao Valley State Monument
Maui County, HI
Iao Valley State Monument is the place to be if you like the tropical flora of Hawaii. Take a walk on the ?Iao Needle Lookout Trail and Ethnobotanical Loop learn about the plants that Hawaiians brough
Ka'ena Point State Park
Honolulu County, HI
The westernmost tip of Oahu, Ka'ena Point, some ancient Hawaiian folklore thought that Ka'ena Point was the “jumping-off” point for souls leaving this world. Ka'ena Point State Park has an abundance o
Kaiwi State Scenic Shoreline
Honolulu County, HI
Kaiwi State Scenic Shoreline has great views of the Oahu coastline and the Makapu?u Lighthouse. The Makapu?u Lighthouse Trail is two miles (round trip). There’s no restrooms or water available, so com
Kalopa State Recreation Area
Hawaii County, HI
The Kalopa State Recreation Area, located approximately 40 miles northwest of Hilo, is a state park featuring an arboretum of native trees. The park is 2,000 feet high and a number of rare plants can
Kaumahina State Wayside
Maui County, HI
Kaumahina State Wayside is a scenic area rest area where you can picnic where you can see the Maui coastline.
Keaiwa Heiau State Recreation Area
Honolulu County, HI
The main attraction of Keaiwa Heiau State Recreation Area is Keaiwa Heiau, a temple that native Hawaiians would visit to be healed. Through prayers and herbs, the kahuna would help sick and injured pe
Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park
Hawaii County, HI
Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park is an important site in Hawaii’s history as the location where the first extensive contact between Hawaiians and Westerners took place with the arrival of Captain
Kekaha Kai State Park
Hawaii County, HI
Kekaha Kai State Park, formerly known as Kona Coast State Park, is a beach park located along the north Kona coast. Sunbathing, swimming and snorkeling are common activities.;The main beach areas are
Kiholo State Park Reserve
Hawaii County, HI
Still a work in progress, Kiholo State Park Reserve is undergoing conceptual planning for future public use. Kiholo State Park Reserve is a lava-covered coastal park with bays, lava flows, and vast op
Kohala Historical Sites State Monument
Hawaii County, HI
Kohala Historical Sites State Monument, located in North Kohala, is home to two important historical sites, Mo’okini Heiau and Kamehameha the Great’s birthplace.;A National Historic Landmark, Mo’okini
Koke'e State Park
Kauai County, HI
Just north of Waimea Canyon State Park, Koke’e State Park is a great park for hiking.;There are seven major hiking trails in Koke’e State Park;Alakai Swamp Trail;Awa?awapuhi Trail;Kawaikoi Stream Trai
La'ie Point State Wayside
Honolulu County, HI
Scenic views of the ocean lapping against the rocky coast and the offshore seabird sanctuary await visitors to La'ie Point State Wayside.;For the extremely adventurous, a bucket list opportunity await
Lapakahi State Historical Park
Hawaii County, HI
Lapakahi State Historical Park is a large area of ruins from an ancient Hawaiian fishing village in North Kohala. Visitors can learn about traditional Hawaiian culture through the partially restored r
Lava Tree State Monument
Hawaii County, HI
Lava Tree State Monument features a forest of lava trees – lava molds of the tree trunks that were formed when a lava flow swept through the forested area in 1790.;The Lava Trees Loop Trail is a.7 mil
‘Iolani Palace State Monument
Honolulu County, HI
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, built in 1882,