Kōke‘e State Park is 15 mi. n. on SR 550, a narrow, winding road requiring cautious driving. The Kalalau and Pu‘u O Kila lookouts provide spectacular views of Kalalau Valley and portions of the Nāpali Coast. In a rugged mountainous region, the area is rough and primitive; hiking should not be attempted without proper preparation. Sturdy shoes and comfortable clothing are imperative. Seasonal fishing and hunting are permitted only with a license.
Information about hiking trails is available from the Kōke‘e Natural History Museum.