Sacred Falls State Park
|Sacred Falls State Park|
|Hawaii State Park|
|National Park (IUCN II)|
Sacred Falls seen from below.
|Named for: Unknown|
|Census-designated place||Hau'ula, Hawaii|
|Area||1,370 acres (554.4 ha)|
|Founded||Unknown, if known please add.|
|Managed by||Unknown, if known please add.|
|Nearest city||Hau'ula, Hawaii|
|Website : None|
Sacred Falls State Park is a state park located near Hauula on the north shore of the Hawaiian island of Oahu. The park encompasses Kaluanui gulch and the waterfalls at its end, after which it is named. The park was closed indefinitely after a fatal rockfall on May 9, 1999 in the canyon where the waterfall is located, killing eight hikers and injuring many more. 
Kaliuwaʻa, also known as Sacred Falls, is defined as valley, streams, and falls (Sacred Falls), Hauʻula, Oʻahu. A short distance below the falls is a trough-like gouge up the cliff where the pig demigod, Kama-puaʻa, is believed to have leaned against the cliff so that members of his family might climb up his body and escape their enemies. The stream and valley are called also Kaluanui.
A newly released video from the Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources showing the implementation of our new QRC signs
A video from the Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources highlights the personal and legal perils of entering Sacred Falls State Park on Oahu. Intended to counter countless blogs and websites which encourage hikers to trespass into the park, despite dozens of warning signs, this video traces the tragic history of death at Sacred Falls and chronicles DLNR law enforcement efforts to try and curb illegal entry.
- KITV Honolulu News article from 2010 on the likelihood of a reopening of the park
- "Kaliuwaa". Ulukau: Hawaiian Electronic Library. Retrieved 22 October 2014.
- "Hawaii Dept. of Land and Natural Resources".
- "Sacred Falls Landslide - Assessment of Landslide Hazards in Kaluanui and Maakua Gulches, Oahu, Hawaii Following the 9 May 1999 Sacred Falls Landslide". USGS. Retrieved 2011-07-08.
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