This is a nice out of the way spot to pitch your tent and at least
have toilets and picnic benches and a place to get in out of the rain.
The red road that runs past here is overgrown so much that it appears
that you are driving through a tunnel in the forest canopy. I remember
when I was back in Kona once hearing the stories of some tourists who
got spooked out of here because it seemed too erie for them at night.
Since I live near here and have driven this road many times, I
always chuckle when I think of them now
The coast here is pretty much a shear 30 foot cliff as you can see with usually a nice salt spray to back you off if you get too near the edge.
The Park is named after a state and county park ranger who spent most of his productive labor further on down the road towards Kilauea.