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All reviews black sand lava tube road to hana bad luck state park small cave shore break large waves plenty of parking small bay your feet nice swim popular stop volcanic rock cool spot beautiful pictures pounding waves
This is a very rocky black sand beach, but if you've never seen one before, this is a good place for a stop. There is plenty of parking, restroom facilities, and picnic and camping spots. Don't forget to take the trail to the east, too!
It was so beautiful. Worth the drive. It's nothing you've ever seen before. I could stay there for hours. It was so peaceful. It was like walking into a beautiful picture. I was just lost in the beauty.
Located off the Road to Hana, this for us was a must stop. First because of the unique black sand and smooth black gravel at the beach. Second, there is a lava tube that you can explore. The park has camping and restroom facilities as...More
The view is just stunning, and the black sand makes an amazing backdrop to the lush green foliage and blue water. The hike up to the blow hole is absolutely worth it and make sure to explore the caves!
This was pretty easy to get to as their is a path, and good parking. Water isn't overly rough. The sand is more small black rocks. It kinda looked like we were standing on soft asphalt. There were rocks that hurt my feet a bit...More
Not by choice but ended up with an upgrade to a big fat Chevy Traverse not-so-minivan rental, and still made it just fine to Hana. What "helped" was 2 days before we drove it all the way around the north shore which was 8... More
Not by choice but ended up with an upgrade to a big fat Chevy Traverse not-so-minivan rental, and still made it just fine to Hana. What "helped" was 2 days before we drove it all the way around the north shore which was 8 miles of somewhat white knuckle single lane road, so by comparison, the occasional one lane to Hana (mostly on bridges) was a breeze. Even went 7 miles further to Charles Lindbergh's gravesite - a lot of one-lane road beyond Hana, but still worth it!