Ha'ena State Park is home to a variety of untouched and fragile Hawaiian beauty. Ke'e beach on the north shore's uniquely shaped reefs make it an ideal place to snorkel or surf. The quiet forest beaches of the park surround a shrine to Laka, the Hawaiian goddess of the forest. You can access the Limahuli Garden and preserve from the east side of the park.
Both Ha'ena and Kuhio State Park were closed from April 2018 to June 2019 due to flooding caused by record rainfall. To avoid strain on the environment, visitor counts are heavily restricted, so book in advance! Click here for information.