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Kualoa Regional Park, Entrance
Hawaii

The Kualoa Regional Park is located about midway on the East facing side of the island. It is directly across the road from the Kualoa Ranch. This panorama was taken at the entrance to the park and you can see the entrance to the ranch across the street.

Copyright: Ronald Dean Larm
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Resolution: 6324x3162
Uploaded: 04/07/2011
Updated: 15/09/2014
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Tags: hawaii; oahu; kamehameha highway; kaneohe; park; beach; camping; fishing; swimming; snorkeling; ranch
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