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Russian Fort Elizabeth/Paʻulaʻula o Hipo is a National Historic Landmark and is administered as the Russian Fort Elizabeth State Historical Park just southeast of present-day Waimea on the island of Kauaʻi in Hawaiʻi. It is located at the site of...more
Stopped here while driving through. The history sounds interesting but there isn't really much to see here at all. You can take a nice walk down to the shore, but not much else to see except some short stone walls that could have been built...More
We were heading to an excursion and saw the sign as we passed. We had some time so we backtracked and stopped for a bit. There is not much left, but you can still see the outline of the fort by the rocks still piled...More
The big picture with this review is a recreation, it doesn't actually look like this. I stopped here because I was following a podcast tour and I found it interesting because I had heard of the history of it before I pulled up in the...More
We stopped by as we were going to Waimea Canyon, but it really has nothing much to view, other than some volcanic rocks that have been arranged. You need alot of imagination to see a fort out of these rocks
Reading the colourful story online...More