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Hawaiʻi's unique beauty and native culture are on full display at over 50 state and national parks. From the awe-inspiring natural wonders of Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park to the poignant beauty of Kalaupapa National Historical Park on Molokaʻi, our parks are home to deep cultural experiences and breath-taking natural wonders that can be found nowhere else.
To learn more about exploring these natural treasures that make the Hawaiian Islands so special - and to check for any park closures or permit or reservation requirements before you go - please consult the relevant authority below.
Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park
Discover 150 miles of hiking trails through volcanic craters, scalded deserts and rainforests, as well as petroglyphs, a walk-in lava tube and one of the most active volcanoes on earth, Kīlauea, which has been erupting since 1983.More
Explore Parks by Island
Discover the colorful flowers and tropical plant life of Oʻahu’s various botanical gardens and parks.More
Island of Hawaiʻi Parks
The Island of Hawaiʻi boasts a multitude of beautiful state, county and historical parks that offer everything from lava formations to peaceful beachside camping.More
Molokaʻi’s natural beauty offers a variety of places to learn about Hawaiʻi’s special flora.More
Maui is at the center of the farm-to-table process that is integral to Hawaiʻi Regional Cuisine. Take a farm tour in Kula or visit a lush botanical garden.More
Kauaʻi is known as “The Garden Isle” for its tropical rainforests, fertile valleys and lush flora, so it’s not surprising to find some of Hawaiʻi’s most beautiful botanical gardens there.More