Route: Printable Topographic Maps
Mokuleia Access Road allows hikers and bikers to access the trails and accesses in the Waianae Mountain range by foot. There is no private vehicle access to the Waianae mountains from the Mokuleia side of the range. On foot or bike, you can access Mokuleia, Kealia, and Kuaokala Trails.
Directions: Head ewa on H-1 and take the H-2 exit, heading towards Wahiawa and Haleiwa. As the freeway ends at Schofield Barracks, continue on Route 99 north, bypassing Wahiawa. When the road forks, continue on the left fork towards Waialua (which is still Wilikina Dr. but now becomes Rte. 803). At the flashing yellow light, continue straight on Farrington Highway (Rte. 930). Continue on Farrington Highway, through the rotary, through Mokuleia. The Mokuleia Access Road will be on your left. Look for a dense coconut palm grove, turn in. Park at the gate (Note: This is a high theft area). Continue on foot or bike through the gates up the road. The Division of Forestry and Wildlife does not permit vehicular access on this road.Trail Information:Camping on this road is not allowed. If accessing via the Kaena Point Tracking Station you will need a hiking permit. Stay on the trail. Pack out at least what you pack in. No open fires.
Dog Owners: Hunting may be in progress on or near this hiking trail. Hunting dogs may be off-leash while engaged in the hunt. Hikers must keep their dogs leashed at all times and remove dog waste while on this trail.
Mountain Bikers: Always yield to hikers. Do not slide around corners or slide down the trail. Careless mountain biking damages the trail and causes erosion. If accidents are reported or damage to the trail is extreme, the trail may be closed to mountain bikers.To report problems, incidents or trail damage: Click Here
or call 808-973-9782
Trail Announcements: For Current Trail Warnings, Conditions, or Events Click Here
Hiking Safely in Hawaii Brochure: Click Here
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Oahu Weather Forecast: Click Here
Bus Route Information: Click Here
Do not use any trail or access road that is not delineated by name and
color and that may also be displayed on these maps. The marked features
are managed for public recreational use. Other trails or roads that branch
off from the public features may be on private property, and are not
managed for any public recreational use. Access is subject to adjacent
landowner approval, and if used without authorization, you will be trespassing
and possibly putting yourself at risk.