Aloha kākou! Mahalo nui for taking the time to fill out this survey about Polihale State Park. The State Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of State Parks (State Parks) is initiating community outreach to help them develop interim access and management policies for Polihale State Park prior to launching the full master plan effort.

Polihale State Park, located on the northwestern end of Mānā on the island of Kauaʻi, encompasses over 130 acres of expansive sand dunes and beaches, and extensive natural and cultural resources. It is also a place of recreation including swimming, surfing, picnicking, beachgoing, and camping, as well as fishing. State Parks has had to close the park and put a hold on camping due to recent overuse and abuse.

Through this survey, we want to hear about your experiences at Polihale State Park and collect your input on a vision for the park as well as any issues, concerns, and opportunities for access and management of the park.

At the end of the survey, please follow the link to sign-up for project updates. Your survey responses will remain anonymous. You can also check State Park's website for Polihale for project updates: 
Division of State Parks | Polihale State Park (

Mahalo nui loa!