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All state parks, trails and campgrounds closed in wake of Flossie now reopened


The state Department of Land and Natural Resources has reopened all of the state parks. trails and campsites on Maui, Kauai and Hawaii that were closed  Monday because of expected impacts of Tropical Storm Flossie. All areas that were closed are now reopened, with normal operating hours.

The following trails, campgrounds, and parks have reopened after assessment of conditions following high winds and heavy rain caused by tropical depression Flossie.  

Hawaii Island: 

>> Division of Forestry and Wildlife —  Ainapo Trail and cabin, Pololu Trail, and  Waimanu trail and campground. 

>> State Parks —  Hapuna Beach State Recreational Area (including Hapuna and Waialea sections), Kiholo State Park Reserve, Kekaha Kai State Park (including Manini owali (Kua Bay) and Mahaiula sections), Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park, and Lapakahi State Historical Park. 


>> Division of Forestry and Wildlife — Kula Forest Reserve, and Makawao Forest Reserve.        

 >>  State Parks — Iao Valley State Monument Park, Makena State Park, Waianapanapa State Park, and Polipoli State Park. 


>> Kalalau Trail in the Na Pali Coast State Wilderness Park.  

Operating hours of state parks are listed online For further information on the above listed DLNR areas, contact the Hawaii Island DOFAW Hilo Office (808) 974-4221. The state parks Hilo office, (808) 961-9540. 

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