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- 01/20/16--13:12: _COMMENTS BEING ACCE...
- 02/08/16--16:42: _NĀPALI COAST STATE ...
- 04/28/16--11:18: _Watch “Renegades, R...
- 05/04/16--11:43: _PUBLIC COMMENTS SOU...
- 05/24/16--10:58: _NEW WHEELCHAIR LIFT...
- 06/30/16--20:24: _KEEP HAWAII STATE P...
- 07/18/16--17:02: _IMPORTANT SAFETY IN...
- 07/21/16--11:13: _UPDATE 7/21: NOTICE...
- 07/26/16--10:55: _PARK ENTRY TO CLOSE...
- 08/08/16--11:16: _The Kalalau Trail o...
- 12/16/15--14:08: _‘IAO VALLEY STATE M...
- 08/23/16--15:24: _DLNR BEGINS IMPROVE...
- 09/12/16--12:11: _POLIPOLI SPRING STA...
- 08/07/15--15:13: _STATE AND KAUAI COU...
- 08/14/15--15:05: _PUBLIC INPUT SOUGHT...
- 09/09/15--13:07: _DLNR EXTENDS PUBLIC...
- 12/07/15--13:14: _NEW 2016 KA‘ENA VEH...
- 01/30/17--14:47: _COMMUNITY MEETING S...
- 02/03/17--17:39: _ADA TRAIL PROJECT T...
- 02/12/17--10:02: _Kauai – The Kalalau...
- 05/24/16--10:58: NEW WHEELCHAIR LIFT TO BE INSTALLED AT THE ʻIOLANI PALACE
- 06/30/16--20:24: KEEP HAWAII STATE PARKS FIREWORKS, ALCOHOL FREE
- 08/08/16--11:16: The Kalalau Trail on Kauai is OPEN.
- 12/16/15--14:08: ‘IAO VALLEY STATE MONUMENT REOPENED AS OF JANUARY 23, 2016
- 08/23/16--15:24: DLNR BEGINS IMPROVEMENTS TO THE WALKWAYS AT WAI‘ANAPANAPA STATE PARK
- 09/12/16--12:11: POLIPOLI SPRING STATE RECREATION AREA, MAUI, CLOSED SEPTEMBER 12-23
- 08/07/15--15:13: STATE AND KAUAI COUNTY RELEASE KALALAU TRAIL SAFETY VIDEO
- 08/14/15--15:05: PUBLIC INPUT SOUGHT ON DRAFT MASTER PLAN, EIS FOR HA‘ENA STATE PARK
- 12/07/15--13:14: NEW 2016 KA‘ENA VEHICLE PERMIT APPLICATION NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE
- 01/30/17--14:47: COMMUNITY MEETING SET ON ʻIAO VALLEY STATE MONUMENT REPAIRS
- 02/03/17--17:39: ADA TRAIL PROJECT TO BEGIN AT LAVA TREE STATE MONUMENT
- 02/12/17--10:02: Kauai – The Kalalau Trail is open.
DLNR Seeks Input on the Alternatives for the Park Master Plan UPDATE 2/1/16 – Interested people are invited to review and discuss the preliminary alternatives for the management and development of Kealakekua Bay State Historical… Read More »
(Click on image to watch video) NĀPALI COAST & KALALAU TRAIL FOCUS OF INCREASED STATE STEWARDSHIPOne Arrested, 70 Cited, and Tons of Trash Airlifted Out Combined law enforcement and clean-up operations at the world-renowned Kalalau… Read More »
To view the special online, click HERE. Repeated sweeps of the Kalalau Section of the famed Nāpali Coast State Wilderness Park on Kauaʻi since the first of the year, have resulted in 104 people receiving… Read More »
A draft environmental assessment (Draft EA) detailing proposed improvements to the Mālaekahana State Recreation Area, Kahuku section for continued recreational use including camping, lodging and day use activities is now available for public review and… Read More »
HONOLULU – People with mobility disabilities will again be able to join tours at the ʻIolani Palace State Monument. A new custom inclined platform lift will replace an old lift that has been inoperable. The… Read More »
Early closures for West Hawaii state parks on July 4 HONOLULU — The DLNR Division of State Parks reminds park users that the use of fireworks and alcohol is prohibited in all state parks, at… Read More »
Due to the anticipated continued high surf on east facing shores of O‘ahu being generated from Tropical Storm Celia and Hurricane Darby, until further notice all park users who visit Kaiwi State Scenic Shoreline — … Read More »
UPDATE 7/21: As of today this meeting is still a go, despite several days of heavy rain and more in the forecast as Tropical Storm Darby approaches the isles. There will be staff and dedicated… Read More »
UPDATE 7/26 -Due to heavy rains associated with Tropical Storm Darby, the park remains closed through Friday, July 29 in order for the asphalt seal coat to cure. It will reopen on Saturday, July 30.… Read More »
The Kalalau Trail on Kauai was opened at 8:15am on Monday, August 8, 2016. The Hanakapiai Stream was observed to be no longer flooding and had returned to it’s normal state. Always be careful when… Read More »
‘Iao Valley State Monument on Maui reopened at 7 a.m. on Saturday, January 23, following completion of various park improvements, including closures of the two large capacity cesspools in the park that were mandated via… Read More »
Partial Closures of Park Walkways Starting September 6 The major walkway along the coastline of Wai‘anapanapa State Park in Hana, Maui will be replaced beginning on September 6. The Department of Land and Natural Resources,… Read More »
KAHULUI – The Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR), Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) will close the Kula Forest Reserve, Waipoli Access Road, Kahikinui Forest Reserve – Papa’anui Tract, and Polipoli Spring State… Read More »
The Kalalau Trail in the Nāpali Coast State Wilderness Park is likely the most heavily used hiking trail in Hawaiʻi. An estimated 500,000 visitors and residents use the spectacular trail each year. Sandwiched between the… Read More »
Public Meeting to be Held August 19 Download Master Plan/EIS LIHU‘E, KAUA‘I — The Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of State Parks will hold a public meeting next week on the Master Plan… Read More »
Comments will be accepted through October 8, 2015 Download Master Plan/EIS LIHU‘E, KAUA‘I — The Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of State Parks will continue to accept public comments on the Master Plan… Read More »
Natural and Cultural Resource Management Efforts Continue at Ka‘ena Point Apply for a 2016 Kaʻena Vehicle Access Permit online download 2016 Permit Rules & Conditions download map of designated roads at Kaʻena Pointdownload Permit FAQs… Read More »
Scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 1 in Wailuku (Wailuku, Maui) – Interested people are invited to an informational meeting on the initial phases of the ʻIao Valley State Monument flood repair project by the DLNR Division… Read More »
A project to make portions of the Lava Tree State Monument trail accessible for wheelchair users will begin on Monday, February 6. The park will remain open, but access to certain areas will be temporarily… Read More »
The Kalalau Trail is open. The trail will be muddy due to the recent passage of a storm front. Be safe, never attempt to cross swollen or fast moving streams.