- The list below includes 129 free or cheap things to do in or near Kekaha, Hawaii, including 47 different types of inexpensive activities like Fishing, Hiking Trails, Movie Theaters and History Museums.
- From Koke'e State Park to Awaawapuhi Trail, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Kekaha and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Hanalei, Koloa, Waimea and Hanapepe.
Located in Kekaha, Hawaii, the Koke'e State Park is dedicated to preserving the natural beauty of Hawaii and to sharing that beauty with visitors from around the world. It emphasizes the importance of individual environmental stewardship.
Located along the western side of Waimea Canyon, the Awaawapuhi Trail features a trail distance of roughly six and a half miles for a roundtrip. In addition to hiking, there are opportunities for birdwatching, wildlife watching, and panoramic views.
Majors Bay - Waiokapua Bay is a picturesque white sand beach commonly visited by those looking to spend some time in relaxation. Crowds are generally sparse at this beach, contributing to the peacefulness and serenity provided here.
Kekaha Beach Park is an island beach with active lifeguards. Visitors may enjoy fishing, swimming, or surfing. The beach features picnic areas and public restrooms, and being on the dry side of the island, the weather tends to be pleasant.
The fascinating Kokee Natural History Museum preserves and interprets the culture of the Waimea Canyon. Interior exhibits include photographs, textiles, weapons, jewelery, agricultural tools and artwork. The museum also has a large botanical garden full of traditional plants.
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You need clearance from the naval base to visit Barking Sands, Pacific Missile Range Facility, Drive-In Theater. Once you get cleared, you can bring your own beverages and watch movies under the Hawaiian sky.