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Pālāʻau State Park

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Pālāʻau

Pālāʻau State Park, Hawaii

Located on the island of Molokai aka “Friendly Island”, Pala’au State Park is surrounded by a gorgeous ironwood forest whose needles shed to create soft grounds and feelings of serenity. The park Read more...
Located on the island of Molokai aka “Friendly Island”, Pala’au State Park is surrounded by a gorgeous ironwood forest whose needles shed to create soft grounds and feelings of serenity. The park offers a scenic overlook of historic Kalalupapa, and just 200 yards from the Kalaupapa Lookout, at the base of Nanahoa Hill, is an opportunity for giggles in the form of a six-foot high phallic rock. In all seriousness though, according to legend, the male fertility god (Nanahoa) lived nearby and couples having trouble conceiving children still make the pilgrimage to stay overnight. Other stones in the area are carved to represent female genitalia, and sometimes taken home to bless the soil and land with fertility.
Pālāʻau Campground
Geez
Geez: The official website states no drinking water, but a tourist site and this one states that there is. I...
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