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PARK UPDATES: 4/25/22

DIAMOND HEAD STATE MONUMENT - As of May 12th, 2022 all out-of-state visitors must have an advanced reservation to enter Diamond Head State Monument. The reservation system will activate on April 28th, 2022 allowing for reservations to be made 14 days in advance. Hawaiʻi residents continue to enjoy free access without reservations, but entry may depend on parking availability. Commercial tour and trolley patrons must have a reservation. Registered PUC carriers will have access to a PUC-only reservation portal.

Announcements

Nāpali

State Parks is pleased to announce the return of the local resident holdback rule for Kalalau Trail camping Beginning May 3, 2022, State Parks will issue a limited number of overnight permits for camping in Kalalau,… Read More »

Friday evening, Historic Hawai‘i Foundation(HHF) presented its 47th Annual Preservation Honor Awards during a virtual ceremony. Two programs/projects of the DLNR Division of State Parks and one DLNR Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) project… Read More »

3/29/21 – ...
Read More Kalalau Trail and Haena State Park Reservations Now Available – The Kalalau Trail reservation system is now open again. Reservations are available 30-days in-advance. Haena State Park Entry and Parking reservations are also available for morning, midday and sunset reservations. Permittees… Read More »

Due to recent landslides caused by heavy rainfall and flooding there is limited access to Haena State Park, the Napali Coast State Wilderness Park, and the Kalalau Trail. Haena State Park and the Kalalau Trail… Read More »

The Haena State Park on Kauai will open on 3-20-21.  Reminder – an entry pass and parking pass is required for Non Hawaii residents.  The Kalalau Trail remains closed until further notice.

Polihale State Park, Hāʻena State Park, and the Nā Pali Coast State Wilderness Park are all closed due to the impacts of heavy rain fall, flash flooding, and landslides.  The entrance road to Polihale, on… Read More »

The Kalalau Trail, Nāpali Coast State Wilderness Park, reopened as of 12 noon on Wednesday, July 29.  Camping permits will be honored from today. NOTE:  Polihale State Park remains closed for a variety of reasons,… Read More »

Kalalau Trail CLOSED – 3/16/20

Posted on Mar 16, 2020

The Kalalau Trail is CLOSED due to flash flooding of the Hanakapiai Stream. Turn Around Dont Drown!

Update: 6/14/19: For reservations please click the following link.   Update: 6/1/19 – Per the Department of Transporation (HDOT) website “…HDOT has rescheduled the planned full weekend closure of Waikoko Bridge on Kuhio Highway (Route… Read More »

(Līhuʻe) – Barring bad weather or unforeseen delays in repairs or new management implementation, Hā’ena State Park and the Kalalau Trail in the Nāpali Coast State Wilderness Park will reopen to visitors in early-to-mid June.… Read More »