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Island of Hawai’i - North Kona: Map 1

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Map: North Kona 1

1. Kona Village Resort – Requires hike to reach gray sand beach (Kahuwai Beach) and trails along the shoreline. Diving, hiking, swimming. Limited parking passes available via entrance gate to Hualalai Resort. Parking, restrooms, showers. Hazardous footing, currents and waves. Open sunrise to sunset.

2. Coastal Trail from Kona Village Resort to Kikaua Point Park – Unpaved trail along sandy beaches and rocky shoreline. Hiking, fishing, swimming, diving. Parking and restrooms at four locations (see Kona Village Resort, Four Seasons, Shoreline Access between Four Seasons and Kuki`o, and Kikaua Point Park). Hazardous footing, currents and waves.

3. Four Seasons at Hualalai Resort – White sand beach and rocky shoreline. Diving, hiking, swimming, fishing. Limited parking passes available via entrance gate to Hualalai Resort. Parking, restrooms, showers. Hazardous footing, currents, and waves. Open sunrise to sunset.

4. Shoreline Access at Four Seasons Hualalai Resort and Kuki`o Resort – White sand beach and trails along the shoreline. Diving, swimming, fishing, hiking. Parking passes available via entrance gate to Hualalai Resort. Parking, restrooms, showers. Hazardous footing, currents and waves. Open sunrise to sunset.

5. Kikaua Point Park in Kuki`o Resort – White sand beach and trails along shoreline. Diving, swimming, picnicking, fishing, hiking. Limited parking passes available via Kuki`o Resort entrance. Restrooms, showers. Hazardous footing, currents and waves. Open 30 minutes before sunrise to 30 minutes after sunset.

6. Coastal Trail from Kakapa Bay to Kekaha Kai State Park - Mahai`ula Section (also known as “Kona Coast State Park”) (State) – Unpaved trail along sandy beaches and rocky shoreline. Hiking, fishing, swimming, diving, nature study. Parking and restrooms at Manini`owali and Mahai`ula Sections. Hazardous footing, currents and waves.

7. Kekaha Kai State Park - Manini`owali Section (also known as “Kona Coast State Park”) (State) – White sand beach and coastal trails. Diving, swimming, fishing, hiking, surfing. Parking, restrooms, showers. Hazardous footing, currents and waves. Open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Closed on Wednesdays. More information is available at the State of Hawai`i, Department of Land and Natural Resources State Parks website or call (808) 974-6200.

8. Kekaha Kai State Park - Mahai`ula Section (also known as “Kona Coast State Park”) (State) - White sand beaches and extensive hiking trails along the shoreline. Diving, swimming, fishing, hiking, surfing, nature study. Road to shoreline requires four-wheel drive vehicle. Parking, portable toilets. Hazardous footing, currents and waves. Open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Closed on Wednesdays. More information is available at the State of Hawai`i Department of Land and Natural Resources State Parks website or call (808) 974-6200.

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