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Accidentally stopped in on the way to Hawi and was pleasantly surprised how the ancient Hawaiians settled. A park spokesperson was very knowledgeable and informative . Trails and a old house made a nice visit
I really enjoyed the hiking here, along with learning about the early history on the western side of the island. There are quite a few stone tools and game boards, along with the restored houses (haloe). Go in the morning as there is not much...More
Then this site is for you! The gates close at 4 so allow yourself time to explore. Go early when it is cooler and wear walking shoes. There is a hike to the lighthouse and a gorgeous view of the North Kohala coast.
We came across this historical site, completely by chance. It was worth our time to walk the trail and read about each description from the past lives of early Hawaiian villagers.
There are beautiful scenic views also near the water.
On our trip to the north of the island we choose to stop by this small state park and were thoroughly impressed, not much to see from the road, but take the easy and informative one mile walking tour through the remains of the coastal...More
A historical park of where early Hawaiians lived. Pick up pamphlet and take a path down from the lot, past a number of spot that explain how they lived, fished, etc. The highlight for us was the beautiful view of the coastline and water at...More
Decided to stop by this small state park and were throughly impressed. There is a short (maybe 3/4 mile) loop hike that also serves as a self guided tour. If you feel like snorkeling or a swim, there is a small beach area and the...More
With the volcanic vog surrounding Kona, we took the hour drive up the Kohala Coast to check out this park.
We have the “Blue Bible” which suggests that the Park Rangers here are questionable at best. We aren’t positive we saw ranger- but there was...More