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    Picnic Tables, Restrooms, Camping, Hiking  Trails, Scenic Lookouts

Waimea Canyon State Park is the largest canyon in the Pacific and will undoubtedly capture your gaze, with its 10 mile long stretch at a mile wide and measuring more than 3,500 feet deep. The history of Kauai can be seen in the walls and crags of the canyon as you explore the more than 45 miles of trails. A truly remarkable sight offering numerous scenic overlooks and photo opportunities.

Surrounding the Waimea Canyon is the Kokee State Park which occupies 4,345 acres of land. Norfolk pines, Koa hardwoods,native plants and wildlife are just a small fraction of what you will see here. State operated cabins and hiking by permit is available year-round with advance reservations. Waimea Canyon hiking maps can be found at the Kokee Natural History Museum next to the Kokee lodge.