Located along the main highway that connects Kawaihae to Hawi in North Kohala, Lapakahi State Historical Park is certainly off the beaten path. Quiet and pristine, this park offers an opportunity for visitors to learn more about life in pre-contact Hawaii. The native Hawaiian fishing village has been preserved in this arid area of the island. The self-guided tour will take you through some of the experiences and conditions of islanders and the way they lived in this coastal settlement. The area encompasses over 260 acres of land and includes restored remains of shelters, fishing ponds and much more. There is a visitors kiosk, displays, and restrooms are also available.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
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