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Ke Ala Hele Makalae Coastal Path Progress – Kapa'a to Ahihi Point – October 2007

Updated: Dec 29, 2023

On February 15, 2008, the county dedicated 2.3 miles-the new Kapaa to Kealia Beach section-of the path for public use.

Public access is restricted from Kealia Beach north to Kuna Bay, however, as that section remains a construction site, and is not yet a part of the county's park system.

Thanks to Committee Member Richard Sugiyama for the digital photos and descriptions! Progress as of October 31, 2007

A more finished look to the Path.

Lihi boat ramp bathroom.

Entrance to the Waikaea Canal bridge behind Pono Kai Resort.

Kapaa Beach Park crossing by the existing bathroom.

The section by the soccer field and library is complete.

The open bridge over Moikeha Canal.

Pavilion behind the Kapaa Neighborhood Center.

Path crossing at the County pool.

Pavilion behind Otsuka Furniture Store (north edge of town).

Pavilion above the extreme south end of Kealia Beach.

Crossing south of Kapaa Stream bridge at Kealia Beach.

North of Kealia on the unfinished dirt road, the bridge over Kumukumu Stream is also done except for final hard surfacing and landscaping.

Pineapple Dump's pavilion. Note the railing at the end of the walkway to keep people away from the unsafe concrete structure.

Even the pavilion overlooking the south end of Donkey Beach is complete.

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