Hawaii Travel: Ka'ena Point State Park is one of Oahu's most beautiful historical coastal trails

Ka'ena Point State Park is one of Oahu's most beautiful coastal hiking trails. It is one that offers not only spectacular ocean views, amazing wildlife, and history. The Peoples of Hawaii always make great strides to preserve/protect their parks and natural resources for all of us to enjoy. The late 1800's there was a need for a railroad in this area along the coast. Transportation of people and goods was necessary between Honolulu and the sugar plantations in Kahuku and Waialua. During World War II, the U.S. Army used the trains for access to Kaena Point Military Reservation. By the 1920s-1930s, the train was used for weekend fisherman excursions. Wildlife: Enjoy the sight of the large birds called Albatross that migrate here to nest and mate. The sea lions find their perfect comfy spot on the beach to take a nap.

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