Kualoa Regional Park is a peaceful place to relax and enjoy Oahu's scenery. Fishing, camping, and kayaking are all popular activities at this historic Hawaiian location.
Before it became a national park, Kualoa used to be a spiritual city where the locals honored their ancestors. A calm and contemplative atmosphere is present throughout the entire park. The beach is gorgeous, but rocky patches make it less than ideal for swimming. Locals prefer to walk along the beaches or kayak out to Mokoli'i Island, a tiny patch of land that draws adventurous boaters and surfers alike.
Kualoa Regional Park has picnic tables and two fishing ponds. The park is open from 7:00 am until 9:00 pm every day. Camping with a permit is encouraged.