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Big Island Sights

Ahalanui Park

  • Hwy. 137 Map It
  • Puna
  • Beach–Sight

Updated 01/06/2014

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There's nothing like swimming in this natural, geothermally heated pool next to the ocean with palm trees swaying overhead. Popular with locals, this immaculate 3-acre beach park has a ½-acre pond of fresh spring water mixed with seawater that's heated by volcanic steam. There's no sand, but there is smooth, rocky access to the ocean as well as the pool. Check with the lifeguard on duty, and heed all posted signs; this park sometimes closes temporarily due to possible

waterborne bacteria. The parking lot fills up quickly. Amenities: lifeguards; parking (no fee); showers; toilets. Best for: swimming.

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Hwy. 137, 2½ miles south of Hwy. 132, Puna, Hawaii, 96778, United States

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Updated 01/06/2014


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