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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
Free parking. Self guided tour (although I saw a tour group so guided tours are available). It’s a short, easy walk along a paved path. Some neat flora, and placards describing the geological processes that formed the lava trees. Worth it if you’re in the...More
This is a beautifully maintained park where you can view and learn about lava tree formations. You can also peer down into a fissure from which fountains of lava once spewed. Great picnic facilities and restrooms.