Hawaiians once lit signal fires atop this Kalaheo hillside, perhaps to aid seafarers or warn of invaders. Most visitors are still in the dark about this unusual park, created by pineapple magnate Walter McBryde and then bequeathed to the public after his death in 1930. A mile off the main highway it includes the 9-hole Kukuiolono Golf Course ★★; the clubhouse sports bar and restaurant, Paco’s Tacos Cantina (open 8am to 5:30pm daily); a Japanese garden; a collection of intriguing Hawaiian lava rock artifacts; and several miles of jogging paths. A meditation pavilion and stone benches also provide excuses to enjoy the views.
854 Puu Rd., Kalaheo, HI
Our Rating Neighborhood South Shore Hours Gates open daily 7am–6pm Phone 808/332-9151 Prices Free admission.
Map854 Puu Rd. Kalaheo HI Kauai
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