Welcome to Kokeʻe State Park


The rainy season lasts from October through May, although you might need a waterproof layer at any time of year. The park's elevation (2000 to 4000ft above sea level) necessitates some light insulation – bring a fleece jacket, or a heavier one if you are camping in winter, when temperatures can dip below 40ºF (4ºC). Although one of the park’s charms are its bumpy 4WD roads, the state has paved the main road from beginning to end.


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Kokeʻe State Park in detail