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He'eia State Park

46-465 Kamehameha Hwy
808-235-6509

He'eia State Park The literal meaning of He'eia is "washed out to sea". The origin of this name comes from the story of Haumea and her hanai son, He'eia.

Welcome to He’eia State Park. The park has spectacular views of Kaneohe Bay, The SANDBAR, and the always mesmerizing Ko’olau mountain range. It is situated on an elevated peninsular called Ka Lae O KeAlohi, which means "the point of shimmering light". The park has  a wide variety of tropical plants, palm trees, coconuts, breadfruit trees and a large monkeypod trees. Kama’aina Kids, the non-profit organization that manages the park, offer guided tours in addition to interactive classes on canoe building (with the Puakea Foundation),Self-Guided Adventures to sunken island (sandbar) and KAYAKING AND SNORKELING TOURS to coconut island (Gilligan's Island). Families and organizations can rent out a large hall for luaus, wedding and special events. Temperatures can range from the mid-60s to the mid-80s.



Reviews

Charles Hankerson

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Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Was good if you plan on going to the leeward side of the island. I did a volunteer event there and not many mosquitoes. Everything went smooth, plenty of parking and public restroom. Staff was very helpful.

Martha Martha

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Sunday, June 17, 2018
Really cool place to learn about the history of the first nations here. On one side there's an ancient man made fish pond (no fishing) and on the other side there's a pier with great fishing opportunities. I'd be a regular here if I lived here.

Ben Wenger

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Sunday, June 10, 2018
Beautiful scenery. Didn't find a while lot to do here but would be nice for a picnic or similar activity. Public bathroom here to get the job done it needed.

Sonya Lee

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Saturday, March 31, 2018
I come here time to time when the weather is really nice. It's quite peaceful. You can see the pier, the ocean, mountains, and the fish pond. Views are really gorgeous all-around. There are a lot of chickens and cats that hang around in the parkinglot.

barry adaska

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Wednesday, April 18, 2018
A very relaxing and secluded set of bungalows in vacation rentals that have just the amount of space that you need to have a amazing base camp. Along with some of the best snorkeling spots on the North Shore of Oahu Shark's Cove is it do not miss for amazing Wildlife fish flora and fauna and coral reefs that can only be imagined in your dreams all these activities LP drum up a healthy appetite which is easily Satisfied by the many different food trucks and eateries surrounding this wonderful location

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