Inside this two-room museum you'll find detailed topographical maps, exhibits on flora and fauna, and local historical photographs. It also has botanical sketches of endemic plants and taxidermic representations of some of the wildlife that calls Kokeʻe home.

The gift shop sells a handy fold-out map of the park and its hiking trails, as well as a self-guiding brochure for the short nature trail out back.

There is a nice flat picnic area outside, and the shop operators are always good for some hiking tips.