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 [KAUAʻI] UPDATED 1/31/23 - Kalalau Trail, Napali Coast SWP has REOPENED today.

[MAUI] UPDATED 1/27/23: Sections of Makena SP is CLOSED for hazardous tree work. See Makena SP page for updates. 


[OAHU] UPDATED 1/27/23 - KEAIWA HEIAU SRA CLOSED for hazardous tree work. See Keaiwa Heiau SRA page for updates.

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KAUAʻI] UPDATED 1/27/23 – Kokeʻe and Waimea Canyon State Parks – WATER OFF at partial areas, facilities impacted. Water is anticipated to be available on Monday. See respective park websites for updates.

[MAUI] UPDATED 1/26/23: ʻIao Valley State Monument – CLOSED August 2022 through April 15, 2023. See ʻĪao site for updates.


[MAUI]
 UPDATED 1/23/23: Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area – CLOSED through March 2023 (Per DOFAW). See Polipoli site for updates.

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[HAWAIʻI] UPDATED 1/20/23: Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area – WATER OFF in the park, facilities impacted. See Hapuna site for updates

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[O’AHU] UPDATED 4/12/22: Sand Island State Recreation Area – WATER OFF, camping and comfort stations CLOSED. See Sand Island site for updates.

COVID-19 LEADS TO PARKS AND FACILITIES CLOSURES SYSTEM WIDE

Posted on Mar 20, 2020

Diamond Head State Monument Among Closed Parks

(Honolulu) – To facilitate social distancing recommendations, The Hawaii Division of State Parks is announcing the closure of all State Parks, Recreation Areas, State Monuments, Historic Parks and Wilderness Areas, and Recreational Piers to help reduce the potential spread of COVID-19.

  • State Parks Offices statewide are closed to in-person access
  • Caretakers will continue to maintain, monitor and service parks during these closures.
  • Camping and pavilion use permits are suspended.
  • Vendors and concessions have been contacted with cease-of-operations instructions.
  • All parks will be closed effective March 20, 2020

Chairperson Suzanne Case commented, “While we are disappointed to have to close parks and facilities and to cancel hunts, camping, special use permits and events, due to the necessity of social distancing, the health and safety of our staff serving the public and the safety of the community is our highest priority. We continue working very closely with other state agencies and will provide updates about any additional closures or restrictions that might be necessary to keep everyone safe.”