Description - He'eia State Park lies on the southern windward coast of O'ahu on Kealohi Point. It is a relatively small park, covering about 18 acres.
- He'eia State Park contains He'eia Fishpond, largely intact, once used to raise mullet for Hawaiian royalty. Because this site is located on slightly elevated ground, it provides excellent views of Kaneohe Bay. A lighthouse is found at the point and a path leads around the shady grounds. Facilities at the park include individual and group picnicking facilities as well as restrooms. Weekend party hall rental is available by contacting the Friends of He'eia State Park at (808) 247-3156.
Recreation - Recreation opportunities in this 18-acre park include picnicking, viewing scenery and viewing an historic structure.
Climate - The climate is pleasantly mild on O'ahu 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 and most of it falls on the northeastern or windward portion of the island.
He'eia State Park is located on O'ahu's windward shore on Kealohi Point. The park can be accessed via Kamehameha Highway.