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This park includes hiking trails with views of the Napali coast and waterfalls, a couple of lookouts with decent parking lots, a campground and visitor centre/store/café and picnic area. We started out early on the advice of our concierge and were able to view the...More
[Jan2019] THE PARK: Touristy, with lots of short walks to good viewpoints, and a few decent (but not awesome) trails.
THE CAMPGROUND: Grass camping spots (choose your site on arrival); Hibachi-style grills; Clean washrooms with cold showers. Prepare for cold temperatures at night (altitude) and...More
the trip to Koke'e park is full of Vista points that you stop and explore. but the view from that top of the canyon is mesmerizing. we really enjoyed it. yes there are lots of tourists but the place is big enough that they are...More
It you want to see the most vistas, canyons, and water from 1 place in Kauai, this is the place to do it. There are many lookouts and trails. Go to the Visitor Center in the park. There are many maps from which you can...More
It's about a 20-mile drive along the Waimea Canyon road, then this park is at the end. The only way to go farther is to hike. The views of the Na'pali coastline and the razor-edge volcanic ridges are spectacular. Bring your binoculars.
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There are different camp sites. The one we saw right next to the Kokee Natural History Museum, has a parking lot at the entrance of the camp site, then people pick spots on the open area to set up their tents. At least for... More
There are different camp sites. The one we saw right next to the Kokee Natural History Museum, has a parking lot at the entrance of the camp site, then people pick spots on the open area to set up their tents. At least for this camp site, maybe you can't sleep in your mini van.