Well worth a visit. Spectacular surf, rocks and of course, the black sand beach. Great place for a picnic and to spend some leisure time.
This was our last stop on the road to Hana, before we reached the town. Well documented with road signs pointing the way. It's down a one lane quarter mile side road from the main road to Hana, but it's easy for vehicles to pull off to the side for oncoming traffic. There are about three different parking lots. You... More
After driving the road to Hana you may be ready for a lice walk on the beach, viewing the pools and looking for the caves. But, be prepared to share that experience with vans of tourists swarming the area by mid day. Best to leave early am and get to enjoy less crowded time, or plan to stay late when... More
Beach/bay is gorgeous. We had never seen black sand before and was amazed at the gradual change is rocks as you approach the water. Starting with standard lava rocks with sharp points and lots of nooks and crannies, going to amazing smooth black stones worn down by the suft, and ultimatley black sand. So cool. Kind of crowded and there... More
This park is amazingly beautiful with the most beautiful ocean views, hiking trails and pure serenity, especially very early in the morning before the tour vans arrive. The cabins are in deplorable condition and are basically indoor camping with electricity and a private bathroom with hot water. I brought Clorox wipes, my own kitchen utensils and mostly microwaveable food other... More
We went to the park three times. (Honestly, the last time was to try to catch the water spout.) There are several hikes you can take and lots of variety to see. The short loop hike takes you on an exceedingly lush path by beautiful fresh water pools with a legend that goes with them. We went early in the... More
My husband and I spent two nights camping at Wai’anapanapa State Park and it was absolutely amazing. The camping area is in a large grass area and you are free to set-up in where you like. The parking lot is close to the campsite, so it was easy to pack things in and out. There are restrooms, an outdoor shower... More
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