UPDATE 4/16/18:

• THE ISLAND OF KAUA‘I EXPERIENCED UNPRECEDENTED FLOODING OVER THE WEEKEND, CAUSING MASSIVE DAMAGE TO MANY AREAS.  THE GOVERNOR HAS ISSUED A DISASTER PROCLAMATION AND THE FULL EXTENT OF THE IMPACTS HAVE NOT YET BEEN EVALUATED.  MULTIPLE STATE PARK AREAS WERE AFFECTED.

•NAPALI COAST STATE WILDERNESS PARK (KALALAU TRAIL) AND HA‘ENA STATE PARK ARE INACCESSIBLE DUE TO FLOODING AND LANDSLIDES.  THEY WILL LIKELY REMAIN CLOSED FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD.

• POLIHALE STATE PARK REMAINS CLOSED DUE TO SEVERE FLOODING ON THE ENTRANCE ROAD.

• KA\'ENA POINT STATE PARK, O‘AHU IS REOPENED TO VEHICLE ACCESS AS OF FRIDAY 4/13.  PERMITS REQUIRED FOR ENTRY, AND PERMITTEES ARE REQUIRED TO RESPECT  DETOURS AND DRIVE CAUTIOUSLY TO AVOID CAUSING FURTHER DAMAGE TO SATURATED PARK ROADS .

WELCOME TO HAWAIʻI STATE PARKS

Hawaiʻi is the most remote archipelago on earth.  Our reputation for unsurpassed natural beauty is reflected in our parks.  Hawaiʻi’s State Park System is composed of 50 state parks encompassing approximately 30,000 acres on 5 major islands. These parks offer varied outdoor recreation and heritage opportunities. The park environments range from landscaped grounds with developed facilities to wildland areas with trails and primitive facilities.

We invite you to experience Hawaiʻi’s parks, to learn about our unique resources and history, and enjoy outdoor recreation and culture.  As you visit, please help us protect Hawaiʻi’s fragile and irreplaceable resources for future generations.

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