Koke`e State Park, Kekaha
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Koke`e State Park is located in Kekaha. A visit to Koke`e State Park represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Kekaha vacation generator to plot your vacation.
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Long drive from Lihue with look outs along the way. Past WaImea Canyon lookout. But worth the teak. Go to the end of the road Pu'u o Kila lookout. Spend time looking at the fabulous Napali coast.
We did not hike, but even from the several viewpoints the view was amazing. We got to the end of the road by 9:30 and were greeted by cloudless skies: best to go early. Twisty but safe road, restrooms... read more »
Jeffry P K
Very much worth the drive up if the weather looks anything like partly cloudy or better. The views of the Na Pali Coast are worth it
I am considering this review as a review of the facilities up in the meadow. The canyon is great but the restaurant is quaint but I would not eat there. A definite lack of "green" food. The museum has been spruced up and I hope they don't modernize it...its is so funky.Also the folks working up at both the restaurant and especially the museum are so nice. You can ask them about birds, train rain etc...Remember, please: to Tread Lightly on Kauai.
Great camping spots that are decently maintained. Water is available. Bathrooms (flush toilets!) are in need of maintenance but serviceable. The only reason I didn't give 5 stars is that the place is overrun by the native feral chickens that love to wake you up at 4:30 with crowing that even ear plugs can't deal with.
Absolutely stunning views all along an excellent driving road. Arrive earlier in the day to beat some of the traffic and the fog that usually rolls in later in the day. Food at the lodge is good, but the portions are on the small side. Cool selection of local goods at the gift shop and friendly staff!
We loved this park. Just watch out for potholes in the road!! The car in front of us killed a tire on one. Also wear bright cloths to hike in as there are pig hunters. We saw some wild pigs. They are tiny little guys... not at all like the giants in Florida.
Stay at the cabins or YWCA camp slogget. Best part of my whole vacation
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