Description - Hawai'i's State Park System is comprised of 52 state parks encompassing nearly 25,000 acres on the 5 major islands.
- These parks offer varied outdoor recreation and heritage opportunities. The par k environments range from landscaped grounds with developed facilities to wildland areas with trails and primitive facilities. The State Park properties offer public access to historic sites, beaches, forested areas, wildlands, trails, picnic grounds, campgrounds, cabins and more.
Recreation - The most popular activities available at Hawaii's State Parks include picnicking, camping, lodging, ocean swimming, snorkeling, surfing, sunbathing, beach play, fishing, sightseeing, hiking, pleasure walking, and backpacking.
Climate - The climate is pleasantly mild on these islands throughout the year. Temperatures vary annually between 60 and 90 degrees F. Summer temperatures range from 68 to 82 degrees F with the water usually near 80 degrees. Winter temperatures vary from 61 to 80 degrees F with the water temperature close to 77 degrees. More rainfall occurs during the winter than other seasons of the year.
Hawaii's State Parks are located on all the five major islands.