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Lava Tree State Park, Hawaii

Lava Tree State Monument is located 2.7 miles southeast of Pahoa on Hawaii. It preserves lava molds of the tree trunks that were formed when a lava flow swept through a forested area in 1790.

A 0.7-mile (1.1 km) foot path forms a loop through the park. Like all Hawaii State Parks, there is no charge for parking and entry. Facilities include restrooms, picnic tables, and 3 covered structures to provide refuge from the rain or sun. It is open daily during daylight hours only, since there are no lights on the path. No camping, and no mountain bikes are allowed in the park. There are no water fountains at the park; bring your own. Although there is a paved path, tree roots have lifted and separated parts of the path so toddlers and the elderly may need assistance


Un bosque repleto de unos arboles increibles por su inmensidad y por sus formaciones en su crecimiento os espera a todos los que os animeis a pasear por este Parque de arboles de lava. Se encuentra en la zona sur este de la Isla y realmente os recomiendo que si teneis la oportunidad paseis a verlo.

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