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Lava Tree State Park and Monument

Lava Tree State Park & Monument
Mahalo to Jamie & Patricia from St. Clements, Canada

The road nearing the park is a beautiful drive.

Lava Tree State Park & Monument
Mahalo to Jamie & Patricia from St. Clements, Canada

Here's the entrance

Lava Tree State Park & Monument
Mahalo to Jamie & Patricia from St. Clements, Canada

Parking lot and restrooms

Lava Tree State Park & Monument
Mahalo to Jamie & Patricia from St. Clements, Canada

Lava Tree State Park & Monument
Mahalo to Jim from Honalo

A .7 mile (1.1km) walk loops thought the park.
The photo above shows a group of three lava trees.

Lava Tree State Park & Monument
Mahalo to Jim from Honalo

The lava trees were formed when fast moving lava swept through the area in 1790. The lava sealed the trunks and the wood inside burned away, leaving these odd looking stumps of lava.


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