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 Minor light of Kaua'i - Kahala Point, HI    
A hike of some distance required.
Description: The Hawaiian government established a light on Kahala Point in 1898 with John Hoopii serving as its keeper. In 1908, the Lighthouse Board replaced the ordinary kerosene lantern in use at Kahala Point with a lens lantern. J. F Rapozo served as keeper of this new light until it was automated in 1913.

Head Keepers: John Hoopii (1898 1903), J.F. Rapozo (1908 1913).

References

  1. The Lighthouses of Hawai`i, Love Dean, 1986.

Location: Located along the western shore of Kaua'i near the town of Anahola.
Latitude: 22.14684
Longitude: -159.29556

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Travel Instructions: From Highway 56 in Anahola turn east on Kukuihale Road. Continue east until the road makes a sharp left towards Anahola Beach. At this point, you need to continue straight on a narrow, dirt road. Drive until you see the ocean, and you will be near the light. Note that this dirt road is now blocked by boulders so a short hike is necessary to reach the light.

The lighthouse is owned by the Coast Guard. Grounds open, tower closed.

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