He'eia State Park (see more photos, view panorama) on Oahu's windward coast just north of Kaneohe has a nice view of Kane'ohe Bay (with its many sandbars), Coconut Island, the Mokapu Peninsula, He'eia Boat Harbor and He'eia Fishpond, an ancient Hawaiian fishpond that remains largely intact.
The state park, located on Kealohi Point, is surrounded on three sides by water, hence the sweeping views. There is a relatively large parking lot with many roaming chickens and feral cats.
The state park has a large grassy area, trees that provide shade and a building that can be rented for special occasions, such as weddings. The park has restrooms and outdoor showers. It is open from 7 am to 6:45 pm.
He'eia State Park Overview
Quiet park with grassy area and nice views of Kane'ohe Bay
Basic facilities (restrooms, outdoor showers) available