Wai Opae tidepools reopening to foot traffic only
The Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of Aquatic Resources, in cooperation with the Kapoho Vacationland community association, is advising the public that access to the state marine life conservation district at Wai Opae tidepools in Kapoho will be allowed by foot only through the Vacationland subdivision until removal of storm debris from Tropical Storm Iselle can be completed.
The Vacationland Community Association is opening access to the conservation district beginning today, for foot traffic only, until further notice, due to its ongoing cleanup efforts.
All non-resident vehicles must park outside on Kapoho Kai Road.
Please follow the directions and stay off private property to avoid hazards.
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