Planted in the 1860s by King Kamehameha V (born Prince of Kapuaiwa), this royal grove of 1,000 coconut trees (some sadly now frondless) on 10 oceanfront acres is off-limits to visitors, for safety and preservation reasons, but still presents a side-of-the-road photo op. Across the highway stands Church Row: seven churches, each of a different denomination—clear evidence of the missionary impact on Hawaii.