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Ka'ena Point State Park

End of Farrington Highway, Waianae, Oahu, HI
+1 808-464-0840
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Nice hike and we saw some monk seals.

We 'hiked' this on a cloudy morning. It's just under 2.5 miles each way (2.33 per my GPS) and took... read more

Reviewed December 31, 2016
hod01
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Portland, Oregon
Beautiful

We drove as far as we could and my husband hiked on for about 3 miles to point. Great views. The... read more

Reviewed December 28, 2016
Nancy C
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At the very end of Mokuleia where the road dead-ends is Kaena Point State Park with its secluded sandy coves and huge wide-open spaces. The hiking trail follows a deeply rutted unpaved Jeep road with dozens of small seaward paths branching off to the ocean’s edge. If you opt to hike the full round-trip trek from Kaena Point to Yokohama Bay on the Leeward Coast, you’ll need roughly three hours, ample stamina, plenty of water, sunscreen, snacks, body cover and your camera.
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End of Farrington Highway, Waianae, Oahu, HI
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Reviewed December 31, 2016

We 'hiked' this on a cloudy morning. It's just under 2.5 miles each way (2.33 per my GPS) and took us 1h07m on the way there (stopping to take photographs) and 44 minutes on the way back. The hike itself is flat, along a keep...More

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Reviewed December 28, 2016 via mobile

We drove as far as we could and my husband hiked on for about 3 miles to point. Great views. The breaking waves were spectacular to watch. No facilities. Ok to hike. Probably not for small children. Rugged in places.

1  Thank Nancy C
Reviewed December 27, 2016

My husband and I don't hike. But we love beautiful places and gorgeous sunsets and during whale season and occasional whale sighting. We drive to Ka 'ena Point and park close to the spot where hikers begin to hike and just sit and take in...More

Thank 498beccal
Reviewed December 26, 2016 via mobile

We parked our car at Yokohama Beach and walked up to "land's end". The sun can be unforgiving so don't forget your sunscreen, hat and enough water. Underway we were in awe of the magnificent views along the coast and the power of the breaking...More

1  Thank HortelanoF
Reviewed December 25, 2016

I think you can drive here on the West Coast side and North Shore side. Both sides are very remote. I think the Keana Point trail connects the two but am not sure. This area must be visited for the views and the Hawaiian blue...More

Thank freddyCookeville
Reviewed December 19, 2016

The hike was very muddy and a bit long, but along the way, I saw amazing waves crashing against really cool rock formations. the different coves every 200 feet were neat to watch. The trail was very muddy, but you had the roar of the...More

Thank Justin O
Reviewed December 11, 2016

Long hike but beautiful and perfect spot to see the Hawaian monk Seal, though we didn't see any during that trip, but we saw several birds in the bird trail. The pathway has almost no areas for shade, so try to do the hike early...More

Thank Azadirachta
Reviewed November 26, 2016 via mobile

A beautiful area to explore on the west side of Oahu. Ancient lava flows into the ocean. Beaches were great. Not too crowded.

Thank txvikster
Reviewed November 11, 2016

This is a 5-mile return hike to the point on dust roads, so ensure you bring along loads of water, sunscreen, and sunglasses to protect your eyes from the dust. Go earlier so you'll avoid the midday sun.

1  Thank DougChan
Reviewed November 4, 2016 via mobile

I drove to the park just to check out the park. To my surprise, the beaches and park were practically deserted during the middle of the day. Perhaps it is because the area is a bit of a drive from Haleiwa and there are beaches/parks...More

Thank Kiyatoo
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awinegarner94
September 13, 2015|
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Response from yyzhnl | Reviewed this property |
I don't recall any gates or times posted. So I believe it is open 24/7 365 days.
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alexxra
July 12, 2015|
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Response from RJF549 | Reviewed this property |
It is definitely best for hiking, not a good trail for bike riding... to rough. I feel it would be dangerous at night, as the cliffs are so high and open to the water below... you could easily slip off the cliff and into... More
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