Welcome to Kalaupapa National Historical Park's Social Media Page
The environment of technology and social media that exists today allows Kalaupapa National Historical Park to bring you its stories, news, and successes in exciting new ways. We now have a Facebook page that you're welcome to "Like" and share. We have a Twitter! account which we invite you to follow for up-to-the-minute news coming from Kalaupapa. For the in-depth stories regarding National Parks throughout the Pacific Islands, including Kalaupapa, visit the National Park Service's official blog. The park endeavors to provide these outlets rich and regular content. Social media at Kalaupapa NHP is only in its infancy, but over time we aspire to make it an integral part of how people can learn about this special place.
Did You Know?
About 230,000 years ago a small shield volcano named Pu'u 'Uao formed the flat Kalaupapa peninsula. The rim of the volcano remnant rises 450 feet forming Kauhako Crater with a crater lake at the bottom more than 800 feet deep.