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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.

Plan Your Visit

Heʻeia State Park, located on Kāneʻohe Bay, is one of O'ahu's hidden gems. Its proximity to the bay and the Koʻolau Mountains create panoramic views unlike anywhere else on the island. The park's theme of "Man, the land, the sea and their relationship" brings together that which makes Hawaiʻi a unique place to live.

Heʻeia State Park hosts a multitude of indigenous and endemic plants to help maintain and revitalize the beauty of O'ahu. These plants preserve the culture and knowledge from native Hawaiians. Soon we will be able to invite all for an official walking tour of the park to learn a little bit about he different stories, history, and background.

Currently, anyone may come during normal operating hours to walk through and check out the beautiful scenery.

Park Hours & Facilities

He‘eia State Park, also known as Ke'alohi Point, is an 18-acre peninsula located on O'ahu's windward (east) coast, on the waterfront of Kāne'ohe Bay. The park is open to the public seven days a week.

Activities

He'eia State Park is open to the general public and offers an array of things to do.

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