Kōkeʻe State Park is located in northwestern Kauaʻi in the Hawaiian Islands. It includes the Kōkeʻe Museum at the 15 mi marker on State Road 550, which focuses on the weather, vegetation, and bird life; a lodge which serves food and sells gifts; cabins for rent; and hiking trails. The park is just north of Waimea Canyon State Park at 22°7′49″N 159°39′32″W and includes 4,345 acres of mountainous terrain.
The main attractions of Kōkeʻe State Park trails are the native vegetation, native forest birds, and the scenic cliffside views. Situated on a plateau between 3,200 and 4,200 ft, much of Kōkeʻe is a montane mesic forest dominated by koa and ʻōhiʻa lehua trees. The park receives around 70 inches of rain per year, mostly from October to May.
Official Website http://www.hawaiistateparks.org/parks/kauai/index.cfm?park_id=7
Address 96716, United States
Coordinates 22°5'53.877" N -159°39'49.386" E