The Lesser Known Ahukini State Recreational Pier Is One Of Hawaii’s Most Overlooked Parks

With approximately 750 miles of coastline, one might be surprised to learn that Hawaii is fourth in terms of states with the longest coastlines, behind Alaska, Florida, and California. But where we lack in terms of coastal miles, we more than make up for with a plethora of stunning, secret spots along the coast – from tide pools and beautiful beaches to geological formations carved from ancient lava flows. This little-known state recreation pier is one of the most unique coastal secrets in Hawaii and you’re going to want to add this spot to your island bucket list. 

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The Ahukini State Recreational Pier is open daily during daylight hours and is a popular spot for pole fishing and crab netting. For more information, head on over to the Hawaii state parks website. Have you ever been to this unique park?

Address: 3651 Ahukini Rd, Lihue, HI 96766, USA