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1890 Wedding Haleakala Crater
Wedding party in Haleakalā Crater, circa 1890

Image courtesy of the Bishop Museum

 

The area that Haleakalā National Park now encompasses has been a destination for many people since Polynesian's first arrived in the Hawaiian Islands more than a thousand years ago. Whether spiritual practitioners, subsistence farmers, cattle ranchers, the National Park Service, the U.S. military, or tourists past and present, all have left the indelible mark of their cultural beliefs and practices here at Haleakalā National Park.

 
Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) crew working on Halemau'u Trail
Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) crew working on Halemau'u Trail

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Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)

Between 1934 and 1941 the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) operated work camps at Haleakalā. Click here to learn more about the CCC.

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

Haleakalā National Park
PO Box 369

Makawao, HI 96768

Phone:

(808) 572-4400
For general park information, please call us at (808) 572-4400. -Summit Area -Crater Area -Hiking Trails -Camping -Back country travel -Cabin reservations Our recorded message is available 24-hours a day and will likely contain an answer to your question. To speak to a park representative, call the same number and press 0 during our office hours of 8:00 am - 3:45 pm HST. Kipahulu (Coastal Area) Please call 248-7375 during our office hours of 9am-5pm HST.

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