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The trees here were consumed by the 1790 lava flow and turned into “lava filled statues”
The scenery is so lush you’d expect to run into a Jurassic Park billboard. The paved walkway is just under a mile and a lovely way to spend an...More
This state park was shaded by huge albezia trees before the hurricane in 2014. Now, it is still a beautiful spot, with an interpretive trail that explains the lava formations in the area. But it is sunny, so wear a hat and use sunscreen! The...More
Even if you have small kids or older people who can't walk far this is a good stop. It's a beautiful park with lovely gardens and lava trees very close to the parking lot. Large covered picnic area and decent bathrooms. Great stop.
We stopped here as we are fascinated with all the lava rock areas in Hawaii. This a very short walk, about half a mile, in a dense forested area with volcanic matter that had formed lava molds of the tree trunks when a lava flow...More
A good example of lava trees - the lava surrounds the tree. Overtime the tree rots and the lava remains. Interesting if you're driving past as we were - on our way to the Hawaii Volcanos National Park. Paths are poorly maintained so may be...More