Earlier this week, it was announced that Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is scheduled to reopen this Saturday, Sept. 22. And, according to Hawaii News Now, the reopening happens to coincide with National Public Lands Day, which means admission will be free.
According to KITV 4: Island News, the following areas are expected to reopen:
• Kilauea Visitor Center
• Hawaii Pacific Parks Association store at Kilauea Visitor Center
• Crater Rim Trail between Volcano House and Kilauea Military Camp
• Sulphur Banks Trail
• Crater Rim Drive to Steam Vents
• Kilauea Iki Overlook and parking lot
• Devastation Trail and Pu’u Pua’i
• Crater Rim Drive to Keanakako’i Crater
• Mauna Loa Road to Kipukapuaulu
• Sections of Escape Road from Highway 11
• Chain of Craters Road
There are many areas that will still remain closed, and visitors are advised to exercise caution during their visit.
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