|Kualoa Regional Park|
|Location||49-479 Kamehameha Hwy|
|Area||153 acres (61.92 ha; 0.24 sq mi)|
|Operated by||City and County of Honolulu|
|Website||Kualoa Regional Park|
Kualoa Regional Park is located at Kāneʻohe Bay, on the island of Oahu in the U.S. state of Hawaii. The park covers 153 acres (61.92 ha; 0.24 sq mi) across the road from the Pali-ku (cliffs) of the Koʻolau Range. The beach front is white sand and 1/3 mile offshore is the small basalt island of Mokoliʻi (or Chinaman's Hat).
The site is popular with watchers of wetland birds, such as the Japanese white-eye, Red-crested cardinal, White-rumped shama, Black-crowned night heron, Black-necked stilt, Nutmeg mannikin, Black noddy, Wedge-tailed shearwater, White-tailed tropicbird, Red-tailed tropicbird, Common myna, Common waxbill, Cattle egret and a variety of others.
Hours of operation, facilities
The park is open seven days a week:
- Sunday – Saturday 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m
Public restrooms, and camping area with showers are provided.
- Bendura, Glenda; Friary, Ned (2006). Lonely Planet Honolulu Waikiki & Oahu. Lonely Planet. p. 186. ISBN 978-1-74059-990-0.
- Soehren, Rich (1996). The Birdwatcher's Guide to Hawai'I. University of Hawaii Press. pp. 56, 57. ISBN 978-0-8248-1683-4.
- "Kualoa Regional Park". City and County of Honolulu. Retrieved May 15, 2012.