We enjoyed the bamboo forest and the amazing waterfalls. Go early to beat the traffic! Very narrow road,
We visited Wai'anapanapa State Park in April 2014 and stayed there overnight. Before getting to Hawaii (I've never been there before), I've got an idea of living there in a tent, at least for a short while. My friends, who already been there, tried to dissuade me saying that Hawaii is not for camping and also tried to scare me... More
well loved Hana the park friendly people just amazing we cant get enough of this beautiful place we will return
A nice pleasant p[lace to stop and walk around. The Black Sand Beach is very nice. The Lava Tube that opens into the Ocean is a also very nice. We took the hike to the Red Sand Beach (by Alaska standards not at all treacherous). Very nice
We stopped here when driving along the road to Hana and thought it was beautiful. The black sand beach was particularly striking and we really enjoyed exploring the areas of the park. I would definitely recommend that others stop here.
Simply beautiful. Black sand beach, black lava caves, fresh water cave, green and lush. Incredible cove. No fee, and a lot of parking. You could sight see for 45 minutes or stay the whole day!
This was our favorite stop on the Road to Hana. This state park is located around 1 mile before Hana town. We stopped here on our way back. There are several black sand beaches in this park. The first one you see from the parking lot is the main beach.
Beautiful example of all the different things Hawaii has to offer you! You can also find a free lava tube at the beach area! Must see along the road to Hana
This is a wonderful park with lots to explore -- fresh water caves, salt water caves and a beautiful black sand beach. We will plan our day and attire better for our next trip back to this amazing place on earth.
The black sand beach, the lava tube, the blow hole, the surf. This stop must not be missed. You should turn around and make the stop if you choose to pass by it going to Hana. You will see something extraordinary on your stop.
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