**IMPORTANT PARK NOTICES**
[OʻAHU] UPDATED 9/22/23: Kaʻena Point State Park – Mākua-Keawaʻula Section - DOT Makaha Bridge Replacement Project will affect access to Kaʻena Point State Park, Mākua-Keawaʻula Section. The Mākua-Keawaʻula Section will be CLOSED from Sept. 29-Oct. 1. See Kaʻena site for more details and updates.
[O’AHU] UPDATED 7/12/23: Sand Island State Recreation Area – WATER OFFLINE, in the park, facilities impacted. See Sand Island site for updates.
|Trail Length||0.6 miles|
|Elevation Gain||200 ft|
|Park Name||Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area|
Trail begins at Polipoli Springs State Recreation Area and crosses on the contour of the Haleakala Ridge Trail. It passes through dense stands of cypress, cedars, and pines. It ends in an open grassy swale.
There are many other trails in the area, part of an extensive system administered by the State’s Trail and Access system, Nā Ala Hele.
From Kahului, take Highway 37 past Pukalani to the second junction of Highway 377. Turn left on 377 for about 0.3 mile, then right on Waipoli Road. This becomes Polipoli Access Road at the first cattle guard and climbs up the mountain through a long series of switchbacks until it enters the forest at 6,400′ elevation, where the pavement ends.
- Mountain biking is not allowed on this trail.
- Stay on the trail.
- Keep dogs on leash.
- Pack out at least what you pack in.
- No open fires.
- Wear bright clothing.
- Be aware that you may encounter hunters who are hunting off the trail.