HALEAKALA NATIONAL PARK
PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES
Open 7:30 am to 4:00 pm daily
Haleakala Visitor Center
Open sunrise to 3:00 pm daily
All listed activities are FREE of charge
Park Entrance Fee is $10.00 per car.
For more information, call (808) 572-4459, 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
DAILY, WEEKLY, MONTHLY PROGRAMS
Haleakala Summit | Kipahulu District
Haleakala National Park offers activities to help visitors better understand, preserve and enjoy their park. These schedules may change due to weather, staffing, or unforeseen circumstances.
Reached via Highway 378, the upper slopes and summit of Haleakala offer scenic views, native vegetation and wildlife, and hiking access to the wilderness areas. No food, supplies or gasoline are available in the Park. The entrance fee is $10 per private vehicle. There is no charge for programs or guided hikes. Organized groups should call to make special arrangements.
Visitors should be prepared for alpine weather conditions year-round. Bring a jacket, rain gear, hat, sunscreen, food, water and sturdy shoes. For those camping at the wilderness sites, a permit must be obtained at Park Headquarters on the day of your visit. Hikes are moderate to strenuous. Altitude sickness is common. All listed activities are free of charge. Park Entrance Fee is $10.00 per car.
9:30 AM, 10:30 AM and 11:30 AM
Haleakala Natural or Cultural History
Meets daily at the Summit Building, 20-30 minutes each
For further information and schedules, call 572-9306
Monday and Thursday
Tuesday and Friday
Last Saturday of the month
The coastal area of the park, the Kipahulu District is located ten miles southwest of Hana on County Road 31, at Milepost 42. This scenic coastline area offers rainforest valley trails, waterfalls, plunge pools, and Hawaiian archeological sites. Pit toilets are available at the parking lot and in the campground, but no water, food or gas is available beyond Hana. Kipahulu is often warm, humid and rainy.
Hikers coming to Kipahulu should be prepared for mud, rain, high humidity and mosquitoes. All programs and hikes begin at the Ranger Station / Visitor Center.
Hawaiian cultural demonstrations
Artifacts on display and crafts in progress throughout the week, except on Sunday
Sunday through Friday
Sunday through Friday
12:30 PM, 1:30, 2:30 and
National Park Orientation Talks
Meet at Kipahulu Ranger Station / Visitor Center
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