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Haleakala National Park
#1 of 9 Nature & Parks in Kula
Spanning more than 30,000 acres of public land, the stunning landscapes range from Mars-like red deserts and rock gardens near the summit to lush waterfalls and streams in the park’s coastal Kipahulu section, near...
I visit both sides of the Haleakala National Park, on one of them, you can drive to the top and see amazing views and enjoy some of the most amazing hikes especially the Sliding Sand that will make you think that...
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Kula Botanical Garden
#2 of 9 Nature & Parks in Kula
Overall, a worthwhile site if you’re into plants or just enjoy some peaceful time surrounded by nature.
The park has multiple paths, gazebos, a wooden bridge, statues, and a small pond.
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Haleakala Crater Haleakala National Park 5.2 mi away
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Haleakala National Park
There’s a great US National Park interpretive Centre just after you enter the park, where you can ask naturalists questions and learn about what makes Haleakala so unique in terms of birds, plants & geology.
Haleakala Crater is a dormant volcano located within Haleakala National Park, which covers the summit area and extends down the Hana side of the mountain, all the way to the ocean and includes the Kipahulu area, w...
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Sliding Sands Trail Haleakala National Park 5.4 mi away
#3 of 5 Nature & Parks in Haleakala National Park
Best way is to park at Halemau'u and do the hitch hiker pick-up or have someone you know take you up to the summit while you leave your car at Halemau'u.
After taking in the amazing sunrise my wife and I chose to explore the park for a bit to let the crowds disperse.
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Hosmers Grove
#3 of 9 Nature & Parks in Kula
It really is a special place and a must stop for any bird lovers on their way to/ from Haleakala (you have to pay entry to the main park to gain access to the grove- turn almost immediately left after the rangers...
Great hike for nature and bird lovers
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Enchanted Floral Gardens of Kula
#4 of 9 Nature & Parks in Kula
It is beautiful and it is a must see if you are into nature , flower and trees.
Wailua Valley State Wayside Park
#5 of 9 Nature & Parks in Kula
The road to Hana is about the process of getting there - it's about stopping off, walking, swimming, discovering quiet beaches... Wailua Valley State Park is a great spot to just appreciate the remarkable journey...
Views to the left and right at the Wailua Valley State Wayside Park are worth the stop.
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Sun Yat Sen Park
#6 of 9 Nature & Parks in Kula
This is a small park in Upcountry Maui with excellent views of the SW (Kihei area) of the island.
Easy parking, comfortable to uses Was tinkling and only walked the park.
Harold Rice Park
#7 of 9 Nature & Parks in Kula
Small park with restrooms, loads of chickens clucking about, and a view of almost all of north Maui.
The park is also a local bus stop.
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Waikamoi Preserve
#8 of 9 Nature & Parks in Kula
Kamaole Beach Park I Kihei 8.0 mi away
#1 of 12 Nature & Parks in Kihei
As with many Hawai'i beaches, this park offers beautiful grassy areas, picnic tables, barbecues, and sand volleyball courts right before you walk to the sand.
When we stay in Kihei our condo is right beside the Dolphin Plaza so the closest beach is Kam 1 or Kama’ole Beach Park 1. It’s a awesome beach perhaps a quarter mile long, easy access from all along the beach.
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Keawakapu Beach Wailea 8.2 mi away
#1 of 16 Nature & Parks in Wailea
Extremely beautiful beach with gorgeous views of nature .My 3 old daughter liked it a lot.You can see small fishes in tide pools.And sunset was worth watching.Loved the place !
You can park in general public...only about 30 spots but you can park at Ulua and walk to the right about 10 easy minutes Showers, level beach, friendly.
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Kamaole Beach Park 3 Kihei 8.0 mi away
#2 of 12 Nature & Parks in Kihei
In my opinion "Kam 3" Beach Park is the best in South Kihei ... swimming, snorkelling, beachcombing, shady areas; access to Eddie Pu hiking trail which connects to beach walking, all the way to Wailea .......
I stood next to a humongous one sunning off the nature trail leading south from this beach (which is a great walking trail if you're here), and saw them in the surf eating off the rocks on the south side of the be...
Kamaole Beach Park II Kihei 8.0 mi away
#3 of 12 Nature & Parks in Kihei
This beach park offers 2 concrete picnic tables, ease of sand access, close proximity to your street parked car while you are on the beach, food just across the street, as well as space for both sand lovers and la...
Found this beach park yrs ago when My spouse and I rented paddleboards and strapped em' on a ford taurus and went looking for fun spots to paddleboard.
Polipoli Springs State Recreational Area Maui, HI 4.4 mi away
#107 of 158 Nature & Parks in Maui
When we finally made it up to the park, there was no one else there.
Ulua Beach Wailea 8.3 mi away
#5 of 16 Nature & Parks in Wailea
This is the perfect beach for families, with shade, soft sand, amazing snorkelling reef, shower and bathroom facilities and a decent size car park.
Easy to park, short walk, showers and facilities, shady beach area, sandy area for swimming and a rock outcropping for some great snorkeling.
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Wailea Beach Wailea 8.4 mi away
#3 of 16 Nature & Parks in Wailea
We stayed at the Andaz - great hotel, perfect location, and you can go for long beach walks and discover nature, or bars.
Easy to get to, easy to park and then once you're there the views are amazing.
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Little Beach Wailea 8.3 mi away
#10 of 16 Nature & Parks in Wailea
This hidden gem is great for anyone who is free thinking and wants to get in touch with the sun, beach, and nature.
The easiest way to get to this 'clothing optional beach' is to park at the parking lot behind Big Beach and then walk north along the northern end of Big Beach.
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Wailea Beach Path Wailea 8.9 mi away
#2 of 16 Nature & Parks in Wailea
The paved pathway curves along the edge of the Wailea Elua Village, a timeshare condominium complex, with vast acreages of manicured grass amid the palm trees with easy walking access to Ulua Beach Park, one of th...
We walked the Wailea Beach Path several times during our stay in Wailea and would have walked it more it we had been able to park at its starting point at Ulua Beach.
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Makena Beach Wailea 9.0 mi away
#6 of 16 Nature & Parks in Wailea
A State Park with lifeguards during the day and a few food trucks available, this is a great beach, but be very careful because the surf can get high with an undertow.
A great place to spend a quiet family time communing wit nature at its most beautiful.
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Polo Beach Wailea 8.8 mi away
#8 of 16 Nature & Parks in Wailea
All of the beach parks we visited are clean in Maui but Polo is our favorite It is great if you or solo or for families.
I was going to go to the Mokapu Beach Park (further North) and walk along the boardwalk south to Polo beach, but there was just a small lot with very little parking so I drove all the way to Polo Beach.
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Makena Landing Park Wailea 9.2 mi away
#7 of 16 Nature & Parks in Wailea
It's perfect for a picnic, and there are feral chickens running around (some followed by chicks), and at the north end of the park, through the trees, is a spot where sea turtles congregate.
This small park is located on Makena Road and is only a few steps from the water, which makes it a nice spot for snorkeling in calm conditions (most of the time)... there’s a restroom, outdoor showers for washing...
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Makawao Forest Reserve Makawao 7.4 mi away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Makawao
Along the loop there are some info signs as well so you can learn about things Hawaiian and nature.
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Maluaka Beach Wailea 9.9 mi away
#4 of 16 Nature & Parks in Wailea
Yeah you have to park up the hill and its a little bit of a walk but there is a great lawn grassy area, nice bathrooms and showers and just enter the surf and head south to the rocks for tons of turtles!
We drove along the coastal road and turned off at every road toward the beach and discovered several beaches including Makena State Park which extends a long distance along the shores.
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Po'olenalena Beach Wailea 9.0 mi away
#11 of 16 Nature & Parks in Wailea
We prefer to park in the small public lot provided by Makena Surf on the south end of the beach if we can get a spot.
(Mother Nature dictates).
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The Sacred Garden of Maliko Makawao 8.8 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Makawao
Had an enjoyable time and very peaceful place with so much beauty... go get re balanced/ grounded... be one with nature
It's difficult to put to words, but I could feel the energy and love of nature wrapped around me.
Lava Fields Maui, HI 8.1 mi away
#64 of 158 Nature & Parks in Maui
You can search on your gps "Makena State Park" or just Lava Fields.
If you head towards Makena State Park (leave time to stop on your way out), you will be on Makena Road.
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Maui Bees
#9 of 9 Nature & Parks in Kula
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