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it's full of natural local plants and trees on the trail. It can be used as a quick stop and short walk for changing the pace. It is more like a wayside scenic park. Only takes a half hour to complete the whole trail.
This is a lovely place to visit for families with young kids. Easy parking for $5, nice views, a little walk up to the top where you see the needle and then some loop trails along the river, some of which are quite scenic and...More
When we came here, they were renovating, so a lot of trails were closed. Locals and tourists come to swim in the river, with their floaties. It was great to see the mountains, green nature, there were clear signs of where to go on the...More
Coming here was a last minute decision that I am so happy we made! There is parking for $5 close to the entrance. The parking lot was full so we exited the lot and parked outside on the road for free. They offer bathrooms here,...More
Maui’s state park is located on 4,000 acres of lush tropical growth at the end of highway 32. This valley park is covered with an enchanting rainforest due to having one of heaviest rainfalls in Maui. In the early history of Hawaii this valley was...More
Pretty place. Worth a stop if you are in central Maui. There is a short walk involved. Won’t take long to see everything. You can also walk down by the river. Peaceful. There were some locals swimming and playing in the river the day we...More
After visiting the Needle viewpoint, follow the trail back down the hill and take the trail to the bottom by the stream, this is a great place to wander around and see the bottom of the valley. The stream can be entered but there are...More
I should start by saying that this isn't a huge park, so you won't be here for more than an hour or two. There are some side trails you can take, but I think that's frowned upon with the recent flooding. After you pay $5...More