|Kahana Bay Beach Park|
|Governing body||Hawai'i Department of Land and Natural Resources|
Kahana Bay and beach park is located along the Kamehameha Highway on Oahu adjacent to Ahupua'a O Kahana State Park between Kaʻaʻawa and Punaluʻu. The beach is known for fishing, wading and serenity and although it is a beach park, it has limited facilities due to its remote location.
The area around Kahana, especially mauka (up hill), was historically a native Hawaiian fishing and farming community prior to Western contact. Due to the abundant fresh water and fertile soil in the valley, the area was able to sustain a small population. Kahana Bay was said to provide a sustainable supply of fish and shellfish.
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