Ka’ena Point is framed by a sea arch at Kea’au Beach park near Makaha on Oahu’s leeward shore.
This beach park is operated by the State of Hawaii and used for camping by locals. It has been known as a spot populated by up to a couple hundred of Oahu’s homeless population from time to time.
The park has terrific sunset views and a good view of Ka’ena point, Oahu’s western-most point.
From the Photographer:
“Taken at Keaau Beach Park looking at Kaena Point”
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