Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (Established in 1916)

RE-OPENING AFTER ERUPTION

THE PARK re-opened on SEPTEMBER 22, 2018

After being closed for 4.5 months

Hawaii’s only World Heritage Site and International Biosphere Reserve, the park features two of the world’s most active volcanoes (Mauna Loa and Kilauea). Volcanoes National Park is approximately 35 miles to the north and east of the Punalu’u Bake Shop off Hwy 11. Covering more than 300,000 acres from sea level to the summit of Mauna Loa at 13,677 feet above sea level, the park offers spectaculars views of an ancient and ever changing volcanic landscape. The park is a great place to hike, take photos and experience nature as we rarely ever get to do.


As Of May 31, 2019


What’s Open?

Chain of Craters Road
Volcano House
Crater Rim Drive to Kīlauea Military Camp
Halema‘uma‘u Trail via Crater Rim Trail by Volcano House
Devastation Trail
Steam Vents
Sulphur Banks
Most of Kīlauea Iki Trail
Pu‘u Pua‘i Overlook
Kīlauea Military Camp
Crater Rim Trail from Volcano House to Kīlauea Military Camp
Ka‘ū Desert Trail to Hilina Pali
The 6 mile section west of Jaggar Museum remains closed
Kīpukapuaulu (Bird Park)
Tree Molds (off Mauna Loa Road)
Hilina Pali Road is open to Kulanaokuaiki Campground to vehicle traffic and to foot traffic beyond
Kulanaokuaiki Campground
Nāmakanipaio Campground (managed by Volcano House)
Backcountry
All of Mauna Loa Road
Mauna Loa Summit
Kahuku


What’s Closed?

Jaggar Museum (indefinitely)
Crater Rim Drive between Kilauea Military Camp and Jaggar Museum is closed
Hilina Pali Road past Kulanaokuaiki Is closed to vehicles (it is open to pedestrians and non-motorized bicycles)
Crater Rim Trail beyond Kilauea Military Camp
Iliahi Trail
Crater Rim Trail from Volcano House to Kīlauea Iki
Nāhuku – Thurston Lava Tube

 

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