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.