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Parks & nature in Hauula

Beach
“There is plenty of parking if you don't want to walk - head across the big grassy area to get to the beach - our favorite spot for our kids to swim, Alligator Pond, is off to the far right a little ways down the beach.”
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Campground
“The beach park next to Hale Koolau with excellent snorkeling and sandy bottom swimming.”
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Trail
“A nine minute walk from our front door will bring you to the trail head of this somewhat challenging loop. Bring water and carriers for little ones - it'll be about a 2 hour hike. (This is actually in Hauula, I'm not sure why it's showing up as Laie)”
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Nature Preserve
“Famous state park located in Hauula. Hiking into the valley is closed but you can hike the nearby Hauula Trails. ”
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Park
“A few minutes past the trail head for Hauula Loop you'll see our local art gallery that changes periodically. Opposite the graffiti wall is the Ma'akua Ridge trail. A 2.5 mile loop trail with amazing views - sometimes we just go up to the ridge for the view and go back home, which takes a half hour to 45 minutes depending on who's walking. The whole loop can take 2+ hours. (This is actually in Hauula, I'm not sure why it's showing up as Laie)”
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Campground
“Keep an eye out for yellow ropes up across from the Rainbow Castle - Honey Girl, our resident Monk Seal likes to rest on the beach here. When she's on the beach there will be a volunteer close by who can tell you lots about Hawaiian Monk Seals as they make sure she isn't disturbed.”
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