Visitor Services

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Visitors from all over the world come to our park stores in search of information, insight and inspiration.

Notable Projects

Supporting our parks, serving our visitors

Kaloko-Honokōhau National Historical Park

As part of a park-wide program entitled "Special Events to Engage and Connect", roughly 500 4th-grade students kids flock to Kaloko-Honokōhau National Historical Site on two days every November to soak up Hawaiian culture through hula lessons, fishing lure and lauhala bracelet-making, kapa cloth stamping and much more. Students also hear about invasive species, Hawaiian monk seals, and seasonal fish spawning. HPPA is a supporter of this event.

Visitor Center Exhibits

We have contributed to several visitor center projects over the years, including planning, renovations, and exhibits. Currently, Visit Kīlauea Visitor Center in Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park to enjoy a series of intricate paintings by artist John Dawson, depicting the biodiversity of the volcanic landscape from summit to sea. At Puʻukoholā Heiau National Historic Site, enjoy striking, dramatic metal panels that tell some of Hawai‘i’s oldest and most powerful stories.

Puʻukoholā Heiau National Historic Site

The park invites everyone to their annual two-day cultural festival, at which visitors can learn to carve gourds or bamboo stamps, and sample traditional foods like taro and sweet potatoes. Early risers can catch a display of Hawaiian ritual. Yearlong offerings include Pacific Islander Day, Hawaiian Flag Day, and weekly whale watching programs during winter.

Hawaii Pacific Parks Association Location Map

Hawaiʻi Pacific Parks Association. P.O. Box 74 Hawaii National Park, 96718 HI