- Type: Nature & Wildlife
NileGuide Expert Says:
Camping, cabins, black sand beach, sea caves -- the editor's favorite!
- Caves, arches, black beaches, sea stacks, blow holes, a native hala forest, a heiau (religions site) are present within the 122 acres of Wai'anapanapa. An old Hawaiian coastal trail leads along the scenic shoreline approximately two miles and ends at Kainalimu Bay, a mile north of Hana. Facilities at this site include cabins, campsites, picnic tables and restrooms.
Wai'anapanapa State Park provides a variety of activities for visitors. Exploring, hiking, swimming, fishing, camping, cabin stays and picnicking are available at this facility.
This state facility is located on the western shore of Maui three miles north of Hana. To access this park follow the Wai'anapanapa Road from the Hana Highway. It is 53 miles east of the Kahului Airport.