From camping to fishing to surfing, you'll find all of the Hawaiian vacation classics at Ahupuaʻa ʻO Kahana State Park. This beautiful state park is a great place to experience Oahu's native climate.
Ahupuaʻa ʻO Kahana State Park is a "living park" that helps preserve Hawaii's native culture. This 5,300-acre zone stretched from the mountains to the sea and includes many of Oahu's different terrains. The valley is full of archeological remnants of life before Western contact. Walk across the two main hiking trails or camp at one of the designated campgrounds for a truly memorable summer experience.
All areas at Ahupuaʻa ʻO Kahana State Park are open during daylight hours. The beach and coconut grove open at 7:00 am. Depending on the time of year, they close at either 7:45 or 6:45 pm. Camping is by permit only; call ahead before you make definitive plans.