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Island of Hawai’i - Puna: Map 2

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Map: Puna 2

1. Ahalanui County Beach Park (County) – Maunakea Pond (a.k.a. “The Hot Ponds”) situated along low rocky shoreline. Swimming, picnicking, surfing. Lifeguards, parking, pavilions, picnic tables, showers, volcanically heated pond for swimming, portable toilets. Hazardous footing, waves and currents. Open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Popular seaside park approximately 0.9 miles NE of Pohoiki Road and Isaac Hale Beach Park. Although not safe for ocean swimming, surfers frequently access ocean via park to surf break of Kamehameha Schools property to the north.

2. Isaac Hale Beach Park (Pohoiki) (County) – Low lying rocky shoreline. Fishing, swimming, surfing, sailing, kayaking. Camping by permit only. Limited unpaved parking, picnic tables, boat ramp, and portable toilets. Hazardous waves, footing, currents, and motor vehicle and boat traffic. More information is available at the County of Hawai`i Departmennt of Parks and Recreation website or call (808) 961-8311. Very popular surf spot.

3. MacKenzie State Recreation Area (State) – Ironwood grove along lava rock seacliffs. Fishing, picnicking nature study. Camping by permit only. Restrooms, fire pits, picnic tables. Hazardous cliffs, waves, footing, weather and currents. Park entrance is approximately 2 miles SW of Pohoiki Road on Kapoho-Kalapana Road (Hwy 137). More information is available at the State of Hawai`i Department of Land and Natural Resources State Parks website or call (808) 587-0300.

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