Welcome to Kaʻena Point State Park
Running along both sides of the westernmost point of Oʻahu, Kaʻena Point State Park is a completely undeveloped coastal strip with a few beaches. Until the mid-1940s the Oʻahu Railway ran up here from Honolulu and continued around the point, carrying passengers on to Haleʻiwa on the North Shore. Now the railbed serves as the excellent Kaʻena Point hiking trail.
Those giant white spheres that are perched on the hillsides above the park belong to the US military’s Kaʻena Point Satellite Tracking Station.