Tips for Visiting Kokeʻe State Park on Kauai

Kōkeʻe State Park is a hiker's dream, with 45 miles of hiking trails that offer breathtaking views of Kauai's famous Napali Coast.

Koki State Park covers 4,345 acres on a plateau between 3,200 and 4,200 feet above sea level in West Kauai.

Non-residents pay $5 per person. Children under 3 and Hawaii residents with valid ID are free.

The non-profit Hui o Laka operates the Koke Natural History Museum as a visitor center for both state parks.

Nearby is Koki Lodge, which has an upscale restaurant serving a variety of 'Ono cuisine'

There are two spectacular viewpoints in Koke State Park: Kalalau and Pu'u O Kila.

Look for Native Plants and Birds

Research Hikes First—and Be Prepared

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