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Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park is on the Kona coast of the island of Hawai'i. The purpose of the park is to preserve, interpret, and perpetuate traditional native Hawaiian activities, values, and culture, and to demonstrate historic land use patterns. The park is under development.

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The park contains hundreds of archaeological features. The most obvious are the three ancient fish ponds:

  • `Ai`opio Fishtrap
  • `Aimakapa Fishpond
  • Kaloko Fishpond

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Several short hiking trails exist in the park. These include:

Ala Kahakai

  • Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail is a 175-mile-long (280 km) historic trail that covers most of the circumference of the island of Hawai'i. While most of it is not available to the public, about 2.3 km of the trail is available for hiking within Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park.

Ala Mauka-Makai

Ala Hu'e Hu'e

Ala Kahiko

Ala Mamalahoa

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