Manuka State Wayside

Quick Facts

Manuka State Wayside

Hawaii

(808) 587-0300

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Things To Do

     

Overview

A rest stop with an opportunity to picnic among a collection of native and introduced trees. A 2-mile nature hike through the Manuka Natural Area Reserve offers an experience in Hawaiian natural history. Open shelter camping.

Map of Manuka State Wayside (HI)

Latitude, Longitude: 19.109244, -155.826387

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Activities

  • Hiking

    Manuka Nature Trail is a two-mile trail located in the Manuka Natural Area Reserve, but accessed via the adjacent Manuka State Wayside. The trail takes hikers through a forest of native Hawaiian plants and animals. It offers an experience in Hawaiian natural history, featuring lava flows of different ages, a pit crater, cultural sites and native and non-native species of plants and animals. Bring plenty of water. Mosquitoes are prevalent. Allow 2-3 hours to complete the loop.

  • Historic Sites

    The two-mile nature hike through the Manuka Natural Area Reserve offers an experience in Hawaiian natural history with interpretive signage.

  • Picnicking

    The wayside is a rest stop with an opportunity to picnic among a collection of native and introduced trees.

Directions

Driving

On Mamalahoa Highway (Highway 11), 19.3 miles west of Na'alehu

Phone Numbers

Primary

(808) 587-0300

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