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Highway 137, East Hawaii
This spring fed pool is part natural and part man-made. It is also volcanically heated to a balmy 90 degrees! The bottom of the pool is sand and mud and has a slight sulfur smell. The water is brackish but very clear and fish often swim along with the visitors. A small inlet separates the pool from the ocean and allows the fish access to the pool. The area is surrounded by palm trees, green grass and the Pacific Ocean making it a very beautiful and uncrowded tropical retreat.
Services and Amenities
Lifeguards on duty
Grassy and shady areas
Ample, free parking
Warm, calm water
Beautiful views of the ocean from the pool
Snorkeling allowed in pool
Easy access to pool via ladders
Take Highway 130 south from Pahoa. When it dead ends at Highway 137, turn right. The Park is located on the left, just past Mile Marker #10.