Mahukona Beach Park
Mahukona to Kapaʻa Walking Trail
Mahukona and Kapaʻa Beach Parks are linked by a beautiful, little-known, 2-mile oceanside walking trail. From Kapaʻa Beach Park, start...
Lapakahi State Historical Park
This park was a remote fishing village 600 years ago. An unshaded, 1-mile loop trail traverses the 262-acre grounds, passing the remains...
Kapaʻa Beach Park
This lovely seaside park offers a covered picnic area with welcome shade, few people and public toilets. It is simple and clean, with...
Mahukona Beach Park information
This abandoned harbor offers no sandy beach, so what's the appeal? Some very fine snorkeling and diving. Head into the blue and you'll see coral-encrusted underwater mooring chains that lead to the wreckage of an old ship in the center of the harbor; said ship is home to multicolored fish and creeping eels. The left side of the park leads into a county park, where a shabby cluster of picnic tables and restrooms overlooks a scenic, if formidable, beach.