Polihale State Park
Polihale beach with sand and green leaves growing

MONDAY JULY 25TH, 7:00AM UPDATE: THE CENTER OF TROPICAL STORM DARBY HAS PAST KAUAI.   STATE PARKS ON HAWAII ISLAND ARE OPEN.  MAKENA, WAIANAPANAPA AND IAO VALLY STATE PARKS ON MAUI ARE OPEN.  ALL OTHER STATE PARKS ON MAUI & MOLOKAI REMAIN CLOSED.  ALL STATE PARKS ON OAHU ARE OPEN. THE KALALAU TRAIL ON KAUAI REMAINS CLOSED,  THERE IS A FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT ON KAUAI.  STAY UPDATED ON THE WEATHER.  TROPICAL STORMS BRING STRONG WINDS, HEAVY RAIN, AND VERY LARGE SURF, WHEN IN DOUBT, DO NOT GO OUT.  HIKERS BE AWARE THAT STREAMS CAN EXPERIENCE FLASH FLOODING WITHOUT NOTICE, TURN AROUND, DO NOT DROWN.  GO TO ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR MORE INFORMATION.
 

Polihale State Park

Please note that the road leading to the park is an unimproved dirt road that may flood during rains and become impassable. Other areas have deep sand. Four-wheel drive vehicles are recommended. Rental car companies may prohibit use of their vehicles on this park access road.
Hours Daily During Daylight Hours
Entrance Fee None
Camping Fees start at $12 per person per night.
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Description

Braving a long and rutted dirt road rewards the traveler with a stunning beach park. Picnicking and tent camping on wild coastline with large sand beach backed by dunes. Scenic setting, colorful sunsets and good views of the high sea cliffs of Nāpali Coast. Swimming in summer during calm conditions; shore fishing. Beware of strong, offshore currents. Hot, dry area.