MacKenzie State Park

MacKenzie State Park, Isla de Hawái - opiniones y fotos

MacKenzie State Park
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DejaK
Ciudad de Phuket, Tailandia52 aportes
feb. de 2021 • Familia
This place has a lot of history of my ancestors this place is said to be haunted..However this place will forever have my heart. Big island is my home, but I’m here visiting from Las Vegas. My honey proposed and I said yes..

Be mindful of our land and respect all the spirits when you come here. Beautiful view 🌊
Escrita el 23 de febrero de 2021
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globtrotteuse
Francia96.619 aportes
feb. de 2020
Puissance de l'océan qui brise ses vagues sur les rochers, contraste des couleurs et en même temps, il règne ici un sentiment de sérénité.
Hawaii, terre de contrastes.
Escrita el 17 de mayo de 2020
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Cindy H
Alameda, CA1.551 aportes
feb. de 2020
This was just one more in a great find driving around the area. We spent the next day after touring the Volcanoes National Park seeing this area. It's amazing to see the destruction all the way to the sea from the lava. So barren and brutal in its path. But along the way you have some really cool drives through some tree-lined roads that you never know what you will come across around the next curve.
Escrita el 29 de febrero de 2020
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Mark C
Sheboygan Falls, WI236 aportes
abr. de 2019 • Pareja
I wish I'd known about this park and read the reviews here before we visited, we didn't know about hiking over to the new flows. We stopped here on a whim as we went by coming back from Isaac Hale park, it looked pretty and it sure is. Right near the park entrance there are spectacular cliffs along the sea, and it's forested and shady, very nice. This would be a great place to hang out for a picnic and listen to the waves crashing in. Definitely worth a stop and a few photos, and if you're adventurous, read the other reviews here about hiking to the new lava. Pay attention to the advice about footwear, while we didn't hike here, we do have experience hiking a'a and it can be brutal.
Escrita el 14 de mayo de 2019
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Kerry
Kobe, Japón108 aportes
ene. de 2019 • Familia
波で削られた溶岩の崖からの景色は最高です。波しぶきが岩にぶつかり、霧状になると角度によって虹がかかるのでとても綺麗でした。
Escrita el 15 de enero de 2019
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Cosmopolitan9643
San Francisco, CA2 aportes
ene. de 2019 • Amigos
Drove here from volcano after visiting the national park. Worth it for the drive alone. But once there it’s both breathtaking and haunting. The waves break directly onto the cliffs and the spray washes over the top depending on where you stand. Locals believe the place is haunted and I can see how you may feel that.
Escrita el 8 de enero de 2019
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nzp0ppy
Nelson-Tasman Region, Nueva Zelanda14.895 aportes
nov. de 2018 • Familia
VNP staff advised us to come here to see where the lava had flowed into the sea. We were able to walk across the lava fields with the ocean crashing onto the newly formed cliffs.
the lava had some steam vents and was still warm in places,
Very rugged so good closed in shoes needed to walk on lava.
Escrita el 29 de noviembre de 2018
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michael h
Peru, IL30 aportes
abr. de 2018
First place in hawaii i speared a fish with a speargun underwater. Fantastic large park where we had a wonderful cookout and spent the day.
Escrita el 9 de octubre de 2018
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kalamakid
Kailua, Hawái936 aportes
sep. de 2018 • Pareja
We followed Nicfromperth's TripAdvisor review and the instructions were right on. (Thumb up Nic) They were clearing trees just before the entrance when we visited so needed to wait several minutes coming and going but that's ok. We took a different route but wound up on 137 and went past all the residents only signs. Checked out our beloved cliffs which amazingly are still there, for now at least, and some have new black sand beaches as well. Walked over to the new flow on the left and followed the palm and white coral markers, checked out a few more brand new black sand beaches and didn't go as far as Pohoiki but at least could see it. Super exposed and hot out there, rough crumbly a'a which is sharp or sharper than glass so whatever you do, wear a hat, bring water, and wear decent shoes, not slippers or light canvas shoes (the a'a can cut through that like a razor). We passed a local lady who had leather hiking boots on and her soles were coming off and the leather was all slashed. Yikes. Anyway, totally worth it, super beautiful, and for those of us born and raised in the islands, it just feels good to know that MacKenzie is still there (again, for now) and all is well. Except for everyone who lost their homes. That still sucks.
Escrita el 3 de octubre de 2018
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nicfromperth
Perth, Australia23 aportes
sep. de 2018 • Pareja
We came to MacKenzie a couple of days after it reopened on Sept 8. Google gets a bit confused with directions due to the recent damage to infrastructure and homes caused by the eruption.

There are new black sand beaches, ridges and cliffs and it's amazing and really worth the drive down.

To get there:
1. Take 130 south all the way to the end (Kaimu Beach Park) and turn left onto 137. You'll drive over a section of road being repaired- the clouds rising either side of the road are sulfur, which is pretty interesting.
2. Drive all the way down 137 along the coast- you will see a couple of signs that say the road ahead is closed and for local residents only- keep going.
3. When you approach the road closure barrier on 137, the entrance to the park is on your right.
4. To get to the lava fields, face the ocean and walk to your left for about 10-15 mins. You cannot miss them.

Cautions:
1. It's really hot- bring water, sunscreen and a hat
2. Wear really solid shoes- the lava scree is very sharp and loose
3. Some bits of the field appear to be a bit unstable, but we didnt have issues- jusy exercise caution. Because they are so new, there arent any trails marked yet beyond the first little beach, although someone has marked some of the way with white coral 'breadcrumbs'
Escrita el 13 de septiembre de 2018
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