Lanaʻi has no national, state or county parks, but its finest beach, Hulopoʻe Beach, is run by the island's management as a free public park. The ridge that cuts across Lanaʻi's hilly interior offers good hiking opportunities with top-notch views from the Munro Trail.
Lanaʻi Surf Beaches & Breaks
Lana‘i has a paucity of surf breaks, but on the south shore the most consistent surf comes in around the Manele Point area, where the main break peels off the tip of Manele and into Hulopoʻe Bay. Shallow reef and submerged rocks make this a dangerous spot at low tide or in smaller surf conditions (you're more likely to get ideal conditions on a double overhead swell, but check with locals to be safe).