**IMPORTANT PARK NOTICES**
[OʻAHU] UPDATED: 5/24/2023 – Kaʻena Point State Park Mokuleʻia Section: During the upcoming three-day holiday weekend, all vehicles need to be out of the park by 7:00 p.m. except for valid permit holders who will not be affected. Kaʻena Point State Park Keawaʻula Section: All vehicles need to be out of the park by 7:00 p.m. See Kaʻena Announcement for details.
[MAUI] UPDATED 5/1/23: ʻIao Valley State Monument ha REOPENED. Reservations required for out-of-state residents. See ʻĪao site for updates.
[O’AHU] UPDATED 5/1/23: Sand Island State Recreation Area – WATER OFFLINE, in the park, facilities impacted. See Sand Island site for updates.
[HAWAIʻI] UPDATED 5/1/23: Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area – WATER OFFLINE in the park, facilities impacted. See Hapuna site for updates.
Hiking to Hanakāpīʻai Valley (2 miles in from trailhead) requires Entry and Parking Reservations at Haena. Anyone proceeding beyond Hanakāpīʻai MUST possess a valid camping permit.Kalalau Trail
Camping permits for Nāpali Coast are extremely popular and often sell out months in advance, particularly during the summer. Please plan accordingly.Special Permit Rules Reserve Now
Other than hiking the coast, the only way to legally access shore areas in Nāpali Coast State Wilderness Park is by boat.Boating Information
Concessionaires With Legal Permits