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Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park

The Big Island, HI
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Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park, The Big Island Hawaii

Description

It's a long, winding, partially dirt, very narrow road to Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park, and it's not really worth it if you're already doing a long drive across the island. At the end of the road is a concrete foundation with two plaques describing marine life. There is a heiau on the right, and straight ahead, a rocky beach that you can't sit comfortably on. There is no shade except some trees a bit back from the shore. This is not a good spot for hanging out. Some people were snorkeling here, which is supposed to be nice. Getting in the water would be extremely hard though. A better place to snorkel is 2 Step Beach at Pu'uhonau o Honaunau Place of Refuge. It is eleven minutes drive south.

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Walking a dog by the water.
Walking a dog by the water.
Pretty color of the water.
Pretty color of the water.
Playing on the rocks- hard to walk on.
Playing on the rocks- hard to walk on.
Walkway to the rocks.
Walkway to the rocks.
   

Directions

Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park is located at 82-6099 Puuhonua Rd, Captain Cook, HI 96704. It is a long, winding, partially dirt, very narrow road to get down here. There are some parking spots.

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Last Updated: Wed, 29 Aug 2018 20:01:55 GMT