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Lahaina Banyan Court Park

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Lahaina Banyan Court Park

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GreenThumb331 wrote a review Oct 2020
San Fernando, Philippines2,910 contributions390 helpful votes
The humongous banyan tree in Lahaina, was planted on April 24, 1873 to mark the 50th anniversary of the arrival of first American Protestant mission. The banyan tree located in the Courthouse Square, which was renamed Banyan Tree Park covering 1.94 acres, is not only the largest in the state but also in the United States. The tree was a gift from missionaries in India. A mere 8 feet when planted, it has grown to a height of about 60 feet (18 m) and has rooted into 16 major trunks. The amazing thing about this tree is its wide canopy spread over a city block. Many people look as this huge tree and think it is many trees joined together with limbs that have grown together. The shade of the tree is used to shade people who are on day tours and vendors who hold weekend festivals.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Rae wrote a review Oct 2020
61 contributions49 helpful votes
Fabulous old Bayan tree. Great place to sit in the shade and enjoy a cool drink, rest your feet, or enjoy a picnic lunch or dinner. An incredible number of birds roosting in the tree. Sometimes local artists showing their work. A great land mark to use to meet up with the rest of your party. A historic building in the square, with things to see and clean free restrooms. Free parking a few blocks away if you do not mind a walk.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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psudino wrote a review Aug 2020
Weehawken, New Jersey3,151 contributions623 helpful votes
The park is nicely kept and is certainly a nice meeting place in the shade. This tree is just outstanding! I've never seen anything quite like it. But this part of nature needs to be cared for so we don't ruin it. We saw kids climbing the tree literally in front of the "Do Not Climb" sign and pointed out to the parents the sign, which they continued to ignore. We need to respect these historical areas and more important the nature that makes it so unique and special.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Piero C wrote a review Aug 2020
Kekaha, Hawaii280 contributions42 helpful votes
Worth parking for, this historic and magnificent specimen keeps you cool while you snack. A nice break on your drive up the coast.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Donna V wrote a review Jul 2020
Modesto, United States157 contributions14 helpful votes
It is a very neat tree, however, be careful where you park! Be careful to look at ALL the signs or you'll get a parking ticket. Or you can just consider that you paid $35 for a prime parking spot! Lol!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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