Shuttle Schedule & Stops


Updates posted here when there are disruptions to park access or shuttle service.  



  • Shuttle service daily from Waipā to Hā‘ena State Park (map below).  30 minute rides each way.

  • 6:30a First Waipā departure. Shuttles run all day. 7:00p LAST Pick-Up at Hā‘ena State Park.  
  • NO Princeville shuttle (Hanalei Hill landslide repairs phase 2 begins January/2023).
  • All shuttle riders MUST check in and board at Waipā Park & Ride at their reserved departure time.
  • Google Map for Waipā Park & Ride   GPS coordinates:  22.201069, -159.510416
  • Shuttle stops at both Hā‘ena State Park (Ke’e / Kalalau) and Hā‘ena Beach Park (Makua / Tunnels). 
  • Carefully review the “Shuttle” section at our Info Page to ensure awareness of all policies and for helpful details on procedures Also see “Plan Your Visit” on that same page for safety/trail warnings.

Shuttle Stop Route Map  

*Total travel time for entire route is 30 minutes each way.


6:30a – 2:00p: Shuttles run every 30 minutes.
2:00p – 7:00p: Shuttles run every 20 minutes.


How do I find the shuttle stop locations?

Google Map for Waipā Park & Ride   GPS coordinates:  22.201069, -159.510416


To visit Hā‘ena State Park (includes Kē‘ē Beach, Kalalau Trail to Hanakāpī‘ai Beach or Waterfall) or Hā‘ena Beach Park (Makua Lagoon / Tunnels Beach), purchase a shuttle reservation which includes Hā‘ena State Park entry. If you already have a Kalalau overnight camping permit, review the camping section on our Info page first.


If you are a resident of the State of Hawaii with a valid ID you may ride the shuttle for free in two ways: from Hā‘ena towards Waipā in the morning from 7:00 am – 12:00 noon, or from Waipā towards Hā‘ena in the afternoon from 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm.  Seating is first-come first-serve, space permitting.

The “Waipā” loop runs from the Waipā Park & Ride to Hā‘ena State Park and back to Waipā. The list of stops starting at Waipā is as follows: Waipā Park & Ride, Wainiha Store, Hanalei Colony Resort, Hā‘ena Beach Park, Limahuli Garden, Hā‘ena State Park (including Kē‘ē Beach and Kalalau Trail).

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