Etena (meaning "Eden") is a deserted village on Swains Island, American Samoa.
Etena is located on the south side of Swains Island about 0.75 miles east of the atoll's sole village and harbor, Taulaga. It was constructed during the 19th century as the location for the "residency" of the island's European owners and "proprietors," the Jennings family. A four-bedroom, colonial-style residence was constructed there and occupied by family members for several years, but has since been abandoned and is now in a state of disrepair and largely overgrown by island vegetation. A nearby graveyard contains the remains of several early island residents.
Etena is currently deserted, with all of Swains Islands's residents living in the main village and sole harbor, Taulaga.