Highway 47
Ho’olehua, HI 96729
(808) 567-6083

 
The 233-acre Palaʻau State Park is home to Kaule O Nanahoa (the phallus of Nanahoa), a sacred site which was renown for increasing fertility.

A path through the ironwood forest leads to Kalaupapa Lookout, which offers a view of Kalalupapa from 1000-feet up. Kalalupapa was once a place where people with leprosy were forced to live.

Camping (permit required)
Hiking
ADA Accessible
Campsites
Picnic Pavilion
Picnic Tables
Restroom
Viewpoint
Walking Path




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