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Balancing protection, rec use at Kealakekua Bay

MEDIA RELEASE The Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of State Parks is taking the next step to restore additional public recreational access to the waters of Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park (KBSHP) after imposing a moratorium that began January 2, 2013 on all vessels entering the bay and all landing at Kaawaloa. Swimming […]

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Hawaii County fire/rescue crews concluded a final day of searching for Tyler Madoff who was swept off the shoreline with another teen on Wednesday (July 4) near the Lighthouse at Kaawaloa outside of Kealakekua Bay in Kona.

No results in final day of searching for missing teen off Kaawaloa

Hawaii County fire/rescue crews concluded a final day of searching for Tyler Madoff who was swept off the shoreline with another teen on Wednesday (July 4) near the Lighthouse at Kaawaloa outside of Kealakekua Bay in Kona.

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Teen swept into ocean, missing near Kealakekua Bay

Teen swept into ocean, missing near Kealakekua Bay

Hawaii 24/7 Staff Coast Guard and county fire crews are continuing a search for a 15-year-old boy who was swept into the water late Wednesday afternoon while hiking along the shoreline near the Captain Cook monument at Kealakekua Bay. The crew aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Ahi was launched at 6:30 p.m. An aircrew piloting […]

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No unpermitted beaching, mooring, launching at Kaawaloa

No unpermitted beaching, mooring, launching at Kaawaloa

MEDIA RELEASE Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park and Kaawaloa peninsula within the bay are two of Hawaii’s most significant historical and cultural locations, with an abundance of fragile and significant archaeological sites. To protect these sensitive natural resources, the Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) is reminding the public of the restriction in place […]

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To prevent damage to the Ka‘awaloa shoreline and coral reef and accidental destruction of significant historic and cultural sites by large numbers of visitors, DLNR is now requiring visitors to Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park to receive information and guidance regarding sensitive sites and how to assist in preserving the area during their visit.

DLNR requiring visitors to get permits for access to Captain Cook Monument side of Kealakekua Bay

To prevent damage to the Ka‘awaloa shoreline and coral reef and accidental destruction of significant historic and cultural sites by large numbers of visitors, DLNR is now requiring visitors to Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park to receive information and guidance regarding sensitive sites and how to assist in preserving the area during their visit.

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