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Koke'e State Park
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Kekaha
Without a doubt we would recommend Kokee State Park for anyone looking to for a nice drive up the canyon road, easy access to overlooks with amazing views and also for anyone looking for some nice hiking.
Koke'e State Park is also home to the Kalalau lookout which affords spectacular views of the Kalalau Valley and Pu'u O Kila lookout that affords even better views of the Kalalau Valley along with views of Mt.
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Waimea Canyon State Park Waimea 4.0 km away
#3 of 10 Nature & Parks in Waimea
Breathtaking views from every overlook, Kope'e State park has some great, short trails, I recommend the Pihea overlook of the Na Poli coastline; only a mile and absolutely out of this world beautiful.
Once into the park proper, you will pass a variety of lookouts (many with public restrooms), with each offering a unique perspective of the magnificent canyon and the waterfalls.
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Polihale State Park Waimea 3.7 km away
#4 of 10 Nature & Parks in Waimea
This is a place I highly recommend for anyone who loves wild, untamed nature at it's finest!
Spent the entire dawn to dusk day at Polihale State park to absorb nature and appreciate the vast diversity of Kauai.
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Awaawapuhi Trail
#2 of 6 Nature & Parks in Kekaha
This trail is in Kokee Valley Park- the mini Grand Canyon of Hawaii.
A rager of the Koke State Park suggested us thi trail.
Canyon Trail Waimea 4.6 km away
#5 of 10 Nature & Parks in Waimea
The energy from this Canyon is amazing, you feel connected to mother nature and its elements and it is breathtaking.
I always look out for a good hike on all of my trips and learned about Canyon Trail in Kokee State Park during my research.
Kekaha Beach Park
#3 of 6 Nature & Parks in Kekaha
... of the longest uninterrupted beach in all of Hawaii ending in the most incredible of all Polihale State Park.This beachis a must if you want to see and breathe the true Kauai.Met some very nice local people as...
Kekaha Beach Park aka MacArthur Park Off the beaten track, pleasantly uncrowded!
Na Pali Makai
#4 of 6 Nature & Parks in Kekaha
Pihea Trail
#5 of 6 Nature & Parks in Kekaha
Located at the end of the road in Kokee state park - past the museum (stay to the right), this trail is a must see.
An absolutely must do while visiting the park.
Waipo’o Falls Waimea 4.9 km away
#6 of 10 Nature & Parks in Waimea
The roadside stops and the lookouts where you could comfortably park your car and hike a few stairs to fantastic panoramas are all worth a stop.
To get to the trailhead take 550 to Waimea Canyon - look for Mike marker 14....shortly after you'll see the Kokee State park sign on the right.
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Nu'alolo Trail Kauai, HI 4.6 km away
#64 of 124 Nature & Parks in Kauai
We lived in the hut of Kokee park so to start any hickse earlier was easy ;) Enjoy!
One of the most difficult to see Na'Pali coast (12,2 km, return way) according the park details.
Kalepa Ridge Trail Kauai, HI 4.6 km away
#66 of 124 Nature & Parks in Kauai
To find this trail, enter into Ko (cannot spell correctly) State Park after Waimea.
The shorter trail to join a point of view in the park, but it's steep, very steep sometimes and if it's slippery don't do it, it could be dangerous.
Kawai‘ele Waterbird Sanctuary
#6 of 6 Nature & Parks in Kekaha
Peaceful, out of the way nature preserve with ponds.
Nature walk
Kukui Trail Waimea 4.9 km away
#7 of 10 Nature & Parks in Waimea
We have hiked all over US National Parks and thought this 5 mile round trip adventure to be just what we needed.