Halekiʻi-Pihana Heiau State Monument

Halekiʻi-Pihana Heiau State Monument is a 10 acre park containing two important heiau (religious sites). The heiau complex was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.

Halekiʻi-Pihana Heiau State Monument

Halekiʻi-Pihana Heiau State Monument is a 10 acre park containing two important heiau (religious sites). The heiau complex was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.

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ʻĪao Valley State Monument

ʻIao Valley State Monument is the place to be if you like the tropical flora of Hawaii. Take a walk on the ʻIao Needle Lookout Trail and Ethnobotanical Loop learn about the plants that Hawaiians brought.

ʻĪao Valley State Monument

ʻIao Valley State Monument is the place to be if you like the tropical flora of Hawaii. Take a walk on the ʻIao Needle Lookout Trail and Ethnobotanical Loop learn about the plants that Hawaiians brought.

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Kaumahina State Wayside

Kaumahina State Wayside is a scenic area rest area where you can picnic where you can see the Maui coastline.

Kaumahina State Wayside

Kaumahina State Wayside is a scenic area rest area where you can picnic where you can see the Maui coastline.

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Mākena State Park

Makena State Park comprises of 165 acres and is composed of two beaches and Puʻu Olai, a 360 feet tall dormant volcanic cinder cone in the center of the park. A great place to snorkel, swim and sunbathe.

Mākena State Park

Makena State Park comprises of 165 acres and is composed of two beaches and Puʻu Olai, a 360 feet tall dormant volcanic cinder cone in the center of the park. A great place to snorkel, swim and sunbathe.

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Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area

Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area offers hikers four unique trails - each offering different sights. The park also offers camping and hunting opportunities.

Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area

Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area offers hikers four unique trails - each offering different sights. The park also offers camping and hunting opportunities.

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Puaʻa Kaʻa State Wayside

Puaʻa Kaʻa State Wayside, located 39 miles east of Kahului on the Hana Highway, consists of 5 acres of rainforest with waterfalls and pools.

Puaʻa Kaʻa State Wayside

Puaʻa Kaʻa State Wayside, located 39 miles east of Kahului on the Hana Highway, consists of 5 acres of rainforest with waterfalls and pools.

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Waiʻānapanapa State Park

If you're looking a truly unique experience, Waiʻānapanapa State Park is the place for you. The park features a black sand beach, tide pools (which sometimes turn red), seabird colonies, lava tubes, blowholes, freshwater caves, and a natural stone arch.

Waiʻānapanapa State Park

If you're looking a truly unique experience, Waiʻānapanapa State Park is the place for you. The park features a black sand beach, tide pools (which sometimes turn red), seabird colonies, lava tubes, blowholes, freshwater caves, and a natural stone arch.

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Wailua Valley State Wayside

Wailua Valley State Wayside offers a view of Ke‘anae Valley and Ko‘olau Gap in Haleakala’s rim, and of Wailua Village.

Wailua Valley State Wayside

Wailua Valley State Wayside offers a view of Ke‘anae Valley and Ko‘olau Gap in Haleakala’s rim, and of Wailua Village.

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