Open during daylight hours only, this park is a section of the larger Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park. Black lava rock shoreline contrasts with the clear deep blue water make it an inviting spot to snorkel, kayak and scuba dive. The beach offers a generous sized parking lot, restrooms, picnic tables, pavilion BBQ grills and lots of shade. The park is also the site of an ancient Hawaiian a heiau, which is sacred to Hawaiians and dedicated to Lono the Hawaiian God of agriculture. Access to the beach and Hikiau heiau are easy, but respect when visiting these places is always required.
Beaches/Bodies of Water
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