Wai’anapanapa State Park is located just off the Hana Highway on the outskirts of Hana, is very unique indeed. Comprised of 120 tropical acres, it has many a sight to see. A seabird colony, natural stone arches, sea stacks; ancient lava caves, hidden blowholes, anchialine pools and panoramic vistas. The proper Hawaiian spelling is Wai’anapanapa which literally means “glistening water”. When you see those illuminated waters on a sunny day, you’re sure to notice how striking they are in contrast to the pitch black basalt rocks —and of course the black sand beach. You will be in complete awe. https://dlnr.hawaii.gov/dsp/parks/maui/waianapanapa-state-park/

STATE PARK CAMPGROUND: have different prices for Monday-Thursday, Friday-Sunday and holidays for residents and nonresidents. There is an additional per night charge for dogs.

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