Frequently Asked Questions
For the purpose of this permit, a "vehicle" means any licensed, motorized vehicle including, but not limited to, four-wheel drive automobiles, trucks, and vans or motorcycles, motor bikes, mopeds, and scooters.
The permit is a vehicle access special use permit for a portion of the Mokulēʻia Section of Kaʻena Point State Park Reserve. It does not apply to the Natural Area Reserve (beyond the boulder barrier) or the Keawaʻula (Yokohama Bay) Section of Kaʻena Point State Park or any other State Park where vehicle access is limited.
Once past the gate, vehicles must stay on designated roads and parking areas. Parking is allowed along designated roads only if the parked vehicle does not block the way of other vehicles. Directional signs will be posted at appropriate junctions. A map of all designated roads and parking areas will be attached to the issued permit.
Nothing. The permit is free.
Applicants will need a valid driver’s license, vehicle information (make, model and license plate), additional drivers information (names and driver's license number), and contact information.
Still have questions?
- Read the Vehicle Access Special Use Permit Frequently Asked Questions (PDF).
- View the Special Conditions & Rules (PDF).