He’eia State Park is currently closed at the direction of the State of Hawai'i Department of Land and Natural Resources and the City and County.
Educational programs available!
Cultural History and Environmental Education
Heʻeia State Park’s location within the Ahupuaʻa of Koʻolaupoko makes it an ideal setting to merge cultural history and environmental education. The peninsula houses various indigenous and endemic plants, which play a significant role in the culture of the community and moʻolelo of the ahupuaʻa. These plants will serve as the basis of our curriculum, which strives to bridge past and present, while connecting people with the land and sea. Makahiki
games are also woven into the schedule to create an interactive and collaborative experience.
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