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Island of Hawai’i - North Kona: Map 2

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Map: North Kona 2

1. Keahole Point – Rocky shoreline, cliffs. Hiking along the shoreline, fishing. Unpaved parking. No facilities. Hazardous footing, currents and waves. Use the entrance road to the Natural Energy Lab Hawai`i (NELHA) and Hawai`i Ocean Science and Technology (HOST) Park which opens at 6 a.m. and closes at 8 p.m.

2. Wawaloli Beach – White sand, tidal pools, cliffs, and rocky shoreline. Hiking along the shoreline, fishing, limited swimming, picnicking. Parking, restrooms, showers. Hazardous footing, currents and waves. Use the entrance road to the Natural Energy Lab Hawai`i (NELHA) and Hawai`i Ocean Science and Technology (HOST) Park which opens at 6 a.m. and closes at 8 p.m.

3. “Shores at Kohanaiki” - White sand and rocky shoreline. Hiking, surfing, fishing, swimming. No facilities. Hazardous footing, currents and waves. Area is under construction, and access can be limited for safety reasons. Night access may also be controlled. This is a temporary access arrangement that will change once the public coastal park is opened and managed by a public agency.

4. Kaloko Fishpond in Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park (Federal) – White sand, fishpond, rocky shoreline. Culturally sensitive area. Hiking trails along the shoreline, fishing, swimming, picnicking, nature study. Parking, restrooms. Hazardous footing, currents and waves. Road to Kaloko Fishpond open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. More information is available at the National Park Service website or call Visitor Information at (808) 329-6881, extension 1.

5. Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park Visitor Welcoming House (“Hale Ho`okipa”) and Trail(Federal) – Educational Center, white sand beach, rocky shoreline. Culturally sensitive area. Hiking, fishing, swimming, nature study. Restrooms. Parking at Hale Ho`okipa. Open 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Hazardous footing, currents and waves. From Hale Ho`okipa it is about a 20 minute walk to shoreline. More information is available at the National Park Service website or call Visitor Information at (808) 329-6881, extension 1.

6. Coastal Trail in Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park via Honokohau Marina and Small Boat Harbor – Unpaved trail along sandy and rocky shoreline, fishponds, white sand beach. Culturally sensitive area. Hiking, fishing, swimming, nature study. Limited parking at Honokohau entrance gate to the park. Restrooms in park along trail route. Hazardous footing, currents and waves. More information is available at the National Park Service website or call Visitor Information at (808) 329-6881, extension 1.

7. Alula Cove via Honokohau Marina and Small Boat Harbor – Short hike from parking leads to gray sand beach. Hiking, fishing, swimming. Parking close to shoreline. Restrooms at the harbor. Hazardous boat traffic, footing, currents and waves. Parking area is open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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