• View of the Kalaupapa Peninsula


    National Historical Park Hawai'i


Moloka'i Lightstation
Nearly all of the land within the 10,700+ acre authorized park boundary remains in non-federal ownership, managed by the National Park Service through several cooperative agreements. Land owners include the Department of Hawaii Homelands and the State of Hawai'i departments of Health, Transportation, and Land & Natural Resources. The National Park Service owns the Moloka'i Light Station and 22 acres surrounding it. The U.S. Coast Guard maintains and operates an automated light in the structure.

Did You Know?

loulu palms

On the small islands of 'Okala and Huelo off the Kalawao coast are found loulu palms, the only native genus of palms, and the endemic pua'ala, which can be found only on the sea cliffs and off-shore islands of Moloka'i from Kalaupapa east to Halawa.