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List of Hawaii State Parks
Akaka Falls State Park has tropical vegetation and scenic vista points overlooking the cascading Kahuna Falls and Akaka Falls. Akaka Falls is a 442 ft. tall waterfall. Akaka Falls State Park is located 11 miles north from Hilo on the Island of Hawaii.
Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area is a popular location for beach-related activities. Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area is located on Queen Ka'ahumanu Highway 2.3 miles south of Kawaihae.
Kalopa State Recreation Area offers an arboretum of the Island's native plants. Kalopa State Recreation Area is located at 5 miles southeast of Honoka'a.
Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park a great place with a panoramic view of Kealakekua Bay, and for viewing Hikiau Heiau, Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park is the site of the first extensive contact between Hawaiians and Westerners with the arrival of Captain Cook in 1779.
Kohala Historical Sites State Monument has a National Historic Landmark, and features the most famous sacrificial temple on the island. Kohala Historical Sites State Monument is located 1.6 miles southwest of 'Upolu Airport.
Lapakahi State Historical Park features demonstrations of daily activities, story telling, and self-guided walk through the partially restored remains of this ancient Hawaiian coastal settlement.
Lava Tree State Monument shows an excellent example of a forest of lava trees along an 0.7 mile loop trail. Lava Tree State Monument is located 2.7 miles southeast of Pahoa
MacKenzie State Recreation Area the old Hawaiian coastal trail traverses the park. MacKenzie State Recreation is located 9 miles northeast of Kaimu.
Manuka State Wayside offers an experience in Hawaiian natural history. Manuka State Wayside is located 19.3 miles west of Na'alehu.
Mauna Kea State Recreation Area offers good views of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa. Mauna Kea State Recreation Area is located 35.1 miles west of downtown Hilo.
Old Kona Airport State Recreation Area has a beach park surfing, tidepooling, shore and spear fishing and other beach-related activities. Old Kona Airport Park is located at the end of Kuakini Highway.
Wailoa River State Recreation Area is a landscaped park set around Wailoa River. Wailoa River State Recreation Area is located at end of Pi'ilani Street in downtown Hilo;
Wailuku River State Park The 80-foot Rainbow Falls is renowned for the rainbow formed from its mist. This park is also popular for viewing geologic and scenic interest along Wailuku River.
List of Kauai State Parks
Ahukini State Recreation Pier consists of a cement pier with a wooden walkway. Ahukini State Recreational Pier is located on the shore of Hanamaulu Bay, near Lihue, on the Southeast shore of Kauai.
Haena State Park 230 acre park situated at the end of the North Shore is an extremely popular destination for the viewing of ancient sea caves formed during a higher stand of sea, probably 4,000 years ago
Koke'e State Park offers hiking in native rain forest and along rim of Waimea Canyon. Koke粗 State Park is located 15 miles north of Kekaha on Koke粗 Road at 3600 feet elevation; adjoins Waimea Canyon State Park.
Na Pali Coast State Park is where cliffs, provide a rugged grandeur of deep, narrow valleys ending abruptly at the sea. Waterfalls and swift flowing streams continue to cut these narrow valleys while the sea carves cliffs at their mouths. Extensive stone walled terraces can still be found on the valley bottoms where Hawaiians once lived and cultivated taro
Polihale State Park is a remote beach on the western side of Kauai that offers colorful sunsets and good views of the high sea cliffs of Na Pali Coast. Polihale State Park is located at the end of a 5-mile long dirt road from Mana Village,
Russian Fort Elizabeth State Historical Park The boulder-built fort stands as a reminder of Russia's short-lived adventure (1815-1817). Russian Fort Elizabeth State Historical Park is located on east bank of Waimea rivermouth.
Wailua River State Park is where you will find WATERFALLS! 前paeka疎 Falls and Wailua Falls and the Wailua River Valley. Wailua River State Park is located along banks of Wailua River off Kuhio Highway.
Waimea Canyon State Park overlooks one of the State's scenic treasures - the deep and colorful gorge of Waimea Canyon. Waimea Canyon State Park is located 11.1 miles north of Kekaha.
List of Maui State Parks
Halekii-Pihana Heiau State Monument Haleki'i and Pihanakalani Heiau are two of Maui's most accessible archeological sites. Heiau (places of worship) that were rededicated as war temples by Kahekili, Maui's last ruling chief. Halekii-Pihana Heiau State Monument is located In Wailuku at end of Hea Place.
Iao Valley State Monument has an erosional feature which abruptly rises 1200 feet from the valley floor. Iao Valley State Monument is located at the end of 選ao Valley Road, Iao Valley.
Kaumahina State Wayside has exotic plants and offers a scenic viewpoint of the northeast Maui coastline. Kaumahina State Wayside is located approximately 28 miles east of Kahului Airport.
Makena State Park comprises 165 coastal acres. There are three beaches in this State Park. - Black Sand Beach - Big Beach - Little Beach. "Big Beach" also known as "Oneloa Beach" and "Makena Beach", is 1.5 miles long and more than 100 feet wide. "Little Beach" also known as "Puu Olai Beach" is a small beach just North of Big Beach separated by a steep lava outcropping. Black Sand Beach, also known as "Naupaka Beach", is considered one of the most unused beaches on Maui. Having its own road and a parking lot right on the edge of the beach, it allows easy access for all. Puu Olai is a dormant volcanic cinder cone in the center of the park with a height of 360 feet.
Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area has an extensive trail system in the forest reserve, with sweeping views of Central and West Maui, Kaho'olawe, Moloka'i and Lana'i in clear weather. Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area is located 9.7 miles upland from Kula.
Puaa Kaa State Wayside is a rest area with small scenic waterfalls and pools. Pua疎 Ka疎 State Wayside lies along the Hana Highway south of Wailua Bay, approximately 39 miles East of Kahului, Maui
Waianapanapa State Park features include native forest, legendary cave, heiau (religious temple), natural stone arch, blow holes and small black sand beach. Wai疎napanapa State Park is a remote park with low-cliffed volcanic coastline. Wai疎napanapa State Park is located in Hana at end of Wai疎napanapa Road.
List of Molokai State ParksPalaau State Park is a 233-acre piney-woods park, located in Kalaupapa, HI. at the end of Kalae Highway, Molokai
List of Oahu State Parks
Ahupuaa O Kahana State Park is established as a "living park", there are families living in the ahupu'軋 of Kahana. These families assist with interpretive programs that share the Hawaiian values and lifestyle. Ahupua'a O Kahana State Park is designed to nurture and foster native Hawaiian cultural traditions and the cultural landscape of rural windward Oahu, between Kane'ohe and La'ie, and 26 miles from Honolulu
Aiea Bay State Recreation Area lies on the banks of Pearl Harbor's East Loch with views of Pearl Harbor and the Arizona Memorial. 'Aiea Bay State Recreation Area is located off Kamehameha Highway at McGrew Loop near Aloha Stadium, 'Aiea.
Diamond Head State Monument encompasses over 475 acres, including the interior and outer slopes of the Diamond Head (Le'ahi) crater. Glimpse into the geological and military history of Diamond Head, the trail to the summit of Le'ahi was built in 1908 as part of O'ahu's coastal defense system. Diamond Head State Monument is located off Diamond Head Road between Makapu'u Avenue and 18th Avenue, Honolulu.
Hanauma Bay State Underwater Park
Heeia State Park is on the coast with good views of Kane'ohe Bay and He'eia Fishpond. He'eia State Park is located at Kealohi Point, He'eia.
Iolani Palace State Monument was the Royal Palace of the Hawaiian Monarchy. Officially dedicated in 1882, 'Iolani Palace State Monument is located on the corner of South King Street and Richards Street in downtown Honolulu.Ka Iwi State Scenic Shoreline has sweeping views of the southeastern O'ahu coastline and a lookout atop a headland above the historic Makapuu lighthouse. Ka Iwi State Scenic Shoreline provides great whale watching opportunities in season. Ka Iwi State Scenic Shoreline is located off Kalaniana'ole Highway from either Waimanalo or Hawai'i Kai.
Kaena Point State Park has a large sandy beach at Keawa'ula Bay, that provides viewing of the large sea cave, Kaneana and is a popular board surfing and bodysurfing park. Ka'ena Point State Park is located at the end of Farrington Highway, Makua.
Kakaako Waterfront Park is a great observation area with fine views of Waikiki and Diamond Head. Kaka'ako Waterfront Park is popular for shore fishing and body surfing. Kaka'ako Waterfront Park is located at the end of Ahui or Ohe Streets off Ala Moana Boulevard, Honolulu.
Keaiwa Heiau State Recreation Area is a 384-acre park located approximately 12 miles from Waikiki. There are groves of norfolk pines, eucalyptus trees, and trailhead for the 'Aiea Loop Trail, a 4.8-mile trail that begins and ends in the park. Keaiwa Heiau State Recreation Area is located at the end of Aiea Heights Drive, about 3 miles up to the end of the road.
Kewalo Basin is near downtown Honolulu with a pedestrian promenade, and trellised picnic areas
Kukaniloko Birthstones State Monument is one of the most significant cultural sites on Oahu, a place where chiefs were born, where famed chiefs lived, and where key battles for the control of Oahu were fought. Major trails crossed the island and intersected near Kukaniloko. Kukaniloko Birthstones State Historic Site is located at the intersection of Kamehameha Highway and Whitmore Avenue on the north side of Wahiawa.
Laie Point State Wayside is an island seabird sanctuary, that provides a beautiful view of the offshore sea arch. Laie Point State Wayside is located off Kamehameha Highway at Laie town
Malaekahana State Recreation Area offers outdoor recreation, beach-related activities and shore fishing. Malaekahana State Recreation Area is located off Kamehameha Highway, north of La'ie town.
Nuuanu Pali State Wayside offers a beautiful view at 1200 feet elevation, on the Ko'olau Range. Nuuanu Pali State Wayside is located at Nu'uanu Pali summit from marked access road off Pali Highway).
Puu o Mahuka Heiau State Historic Site has the largest heiau (religious site or temple) on Oahu, covering almost 2 acres. Puu o Mahuka Heiau State Monument is situated on a ridge with a view of Waimea Valley and the northern shoreline of Oahu. Puu o Mahuka Heiau State Historic Site is located off Pupukea Homestead Road from Kamehameha Highway across from Pupukea fire station.
Puu Ualakaa State Wayside is on a cinder cone close to downtown Honolulu, this wayside park provides a view of southern Oahu from Diamond Head to Pearl Harbor, including a view of Honolulu and Manoa Valley.
Royal Mausoleum State Monument is the burial place of Hawaiian royalty, members of the Kamehameha and Kalakaua Dynasties. Royal Mausoleum State Monument is located at 2261 Nu'uanu Avenue, Honolulu
Sand Island State Recreation Area is a coastal park, with great sunsets, and view of Honolulu Harbor. Sand Island State Recreation Area is located at the end of Sand Island Access Road, off Nimitz Highway, Sand Island, Honolulu.
Ulu PO Heiau State Monument was a favored place of the Oahu chiefs for its abundance of fish and good canoe landings. Ulupo Heiau State Historic Site is located by foot from YMCA parking lot, Manu-Aloha, and Uluoa streets, off Kailua Road, 0.4 mile northeast of Castle Hospital, Kailua.
Waahila Ridge State Recreation Area offers views of Manoa and Palolo valleys. Waahila Ridge State Recreation Area is located at the end of Ruth Place, St. Louis Heights, Honolulu.
Wahiawa Freshwater State Recreation Area is located on the wooded shore of Wahiawa Reservoir.
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