Mākena State Park
Photo Credit: Sean Newsome

UPDATE: 9/24/20 - OAHU - Starting Sept. 24th  groups of five people will be allowed in OPEN State Parks, as well as, State beaches and trails.  Canopy-type structures are not permitted at this time at State parks, beaches and trails.

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9/24/20 - OAHU - Starting Sept. 28, Waahila Ridge State Recreation Area will be CLOSED during weekdays for HECO work.

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9/22/20 - OAHU - Comfort Stations at Sand Island SRA are currently CLOSED for repairs.

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9/18/20 - HAWAII ISLAND - All State Coastal & Beach Parks on the island of Hawaii Remain CLOSED Through September 30, 2020. This measure mirrors the Mayor\'s Covid-19 Emergency Rule No. 11.

 

Mākena State Park

6/2520 - The beach areas along the shoreline, fronting Mākena State Park, are available for passive and active use.  Mākena State Park remains CLOSED. Visitors should note that there are NO lifeguard services. Also there are not restroom facilities and parking areas remain closed until the park is reopened.
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BEACHES: All groups are limited to a single residential or family unit sharing the same address, and no family group shall exceed 10 persons. All persons not part of a single residential or family unit shall maintain a distance of at least 6 feet from any other beach user.
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HOURS: All park areas are open for day-use only, all overnight uses, including camping, are prohibited. Please heed the posted park hours, which may be more restrictive than normal park hours.

CAUTION: Shore break can be very dangerous!
Hours

Daily During Daylight Hours

Entrance Fee

None

*Parking Rates*

 

Non-Commercial Vehicles

  • Non-Hawaii Resident Vehicles = $5.00
  • Hawaii Residents = Free with Hawaii Drivers Lic. or Hawaii State ID

 Commercial Vehicles

  • 1-7 passenger vehicle = $10.00
  • 8-25 passenger vehicle = $20.00
  • 25+ passenger vehicle = $40.00

Description

Scenic wildland beach park characterized by prominent cinder cone Pu‘u Ola‘i and large white sand beach. Swimming during calm seas, bodysurfing, board surfing, shore fishing, and beach- related activities. No drinking water available. (164.4 acres)

Parking Info

Makena State Park is now subject to paid-parking. Park visitors can pay for parking upon arrival at the parking kiosks, or online via one of the following methods:

PayByPhone app & PayByPhone.com – Location #11091

CallToPark app & CallToPark.com  – Location #125932