(Big Island Video News) KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii – Reports of destruction associated with last week’s high surf event include damage sustained at Kaloko-Honokōhau National Historical Park, where the Kaloko fishpond suffered under days of pounding waves. Park ranger Jon Joikel showed us the damage to the rockwall on Saturday which remains structurally sound but in need of repair.
All areas of the park are now open. “Please use caution along the coastal trail, ” read a message on the park website on Monday, “due to debris and washouts of sections of the trail created by the high surf. Please call 326-9057 or see our FB page for more info.”