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|Junction Mamalahoa Hwy and Queen Kaahumanu Hwy
||Community of Kailua Kona, Hawaii
|Hualalai Road : Park
||Hualalai Road to, Strau Clinic & Hospital, Hale Hawai Park, Saint Michael the Archangel Catholic Church, a parish of the Roman Catholic Church of Hawai?i in the United States, located in Kailua-Kona on the Big Island of Hawai?i, Nani Kailua Drive, Keoloani Drive to, Pua'a-2 Agricultural Fields Archeological District, a historic site of Ancient Hawaiian agriculture on the Big Island of Hawai?i, Honua'Ula Forest Reserve, Wai'Aha Springs Forest Reserve,
|Kuakini Hwy : Kailiua-Kona Bay
||Kuakini Highway to, Kailua-Kona Bay, University of the Nations, Hawaii,
|Lako Street :
||Lako Street, Holualoa, Hawaii, on State Highway #11, Halilewa Baptist Church, Kamoa Point State Historical Park, Keolonahihi, Hale Halawai O Holualoa, a historic church, also known as Living Stones Church, The Sadie Seymour Botanical Gardens, nonprofit botanical gardens located on the grounds of the Kona Outdoor Circle Educational Center, are open daily; admission is free, but donations accepted. located in the Kona District on the Big Island of Hawaii, west off State Highway #11.
|Kualono Street /Alii Drive
||Kualono Street, connects with Alii Drive, La?aloa Bay, a popular recreation area in Kailua-Kona, on the Big Island of Hawai?i, Also known as "Magic Sands" or "White Sands Beach", Pahoehoe Beach County Park, Pahoehoe Beach Park, H?lualoa Bay, a historic area between Kailua-Kona and Keauhou Bay in the Kona District of the Big Island of Hawai`i. Keolonahihi State Historical Park,
|Kamehameha lil Road : Kahaluu-Keauhou, HI
||Kamehameha lil Road, Kahaluu-Keauhou, Hawaii, a community in Hawaii County, Hawaii, Keauhou Shopping Village Shopping Center, Kahaluu Beach Park, Kahalu?u Bay, a historic district and popular recreation area on the Kona coast of the Big Island of Hawai?i along the Alii Drive.
|Access to State Highway #180
||Access Road to, State Highway #180/Mamalahoa Highway,
|E Honalo Road: Park
||E Honalo Road, Harold H Higashihara Park, located just off State Highway #11,
|Junction State Hwy #180
||Junction State Highway #180/Mamalahoa Highway, to Honalo, Hawaii, a community in Hawai?i County, Hawai?i, Daifukuji Buddhist Temple,
|Halekii St. : Kealakekua, HI
||Halekii Street, Kealakekua, Hawaii, a community in Hawai`i County, Hawai`i, Kona Scenic Park, Club at Hokulia
|State Hwy 160 : Captain Cook, HI
||State Highway #160/Napoopoo Road, Captain Cook, Hawaii, a community in Hawai?i County, Hawai?i, The Amy B. H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden, a botanical garden located near Captain Cook, Hawaii in the Kona District on the Big Island of Hawaii. Kona Coffee Living History Farm, a coffee farm that depicts the daily lives of early Japanese immigrants during the period of 1920-1945. Keopuka Square Shopping Center, Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park, Captain James Cook Monument, Kealakekua Bay Park located on Kealakekua Bay, few miles southwest of here.
|Middle Keei Road : Honaunau-Napoopoo, HI
||Middle Keei Road, connects with State Highway 160, Honaunau-Napoopoo, Hawaii, a community in Hawaii County, Hawaii,
|City of Refuge Road : Historical Park
||city of Refuge Road/State Highway 160, to Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park, K??kea, Hawaii, a community in Hawaii County, Hawaii, Honaunau Rodeo Arena, Pu?uhonua o H?naunau National Historical Park, a United States National Historical Park located on the west coast of the island of Hawai?i in Hawai?i. H?naunau, Hawaii, a community on the island of Hawaii in Hawaii County, Hawaii,
|Hookena Beach Rd : Beach Park
||Hookena Beach Road to, Ho'Okena Beach Park,
|Old Gout Rd : Beach Park
||Old Gout Road, Hookena Beach Road, Ho'Okena Beach Park,
|Kaohe Road : Pebble Beach
||Kaohe Road to, Pebble Beach on the west off State Highway #11, South Kona Forest Reserve lies on the east.
|Kipahohoe State Reserve
||Kipahoehoe State National Area Reserve, located on the west coast of the Big Island east of Kipahoehoe Bay, State Highway #11 passes through the Kipahoehoe Natural Area Reserve,
|Milolii Road : Papa Bay
||Miloli Road, Community of Papa, Hawaii, located on Papa Bay
|Honamalino Road : Forest Reserve
||Honamalino Road, South Kona Forest Reserve,
|Connecting Road : Milolii, HI
||Connecting Road to, Milolii Road, Milolii, Hawaii, a community on the island of Hawaii in Hawaii. Milolii is purported to be "the last Hawaiian fishing village" according to a wooden sign in their community center. Without access to power lines or water, each house provides its own electricity and water with solar panels and tanks that collect rain water. Milolii Beach Park,
|Manuka State Park
||The Manuka State Wayside Park, a state park, with an arboretum located west of Na?alehu, Hawaii, on the Mamalahoa Highway (State Route #11)
|Kona Kai Blvd : Garden Estates
||Kona Kai Boulevard, Country Garden Estates, Community of Ocean View, Hawaii, Hawaiian Ocean View, a community in Hawai?i County, Hawai?i, This includes Hawaiian Ocean View Ranchos, Kahuku Country Gardens, Kula Kai View Estates, Kona Gardens, Keone's Ranchos, and Kona View Estates.
|Red Cinder Road/Lorenzo Road
||Red Cinder Road/Lorenzo Road, This Road traverses Kau Forest Reserve,
|South Point Road : Ka Lae, HI
||South Point Road, to South Point, South Point Park, Ka Lae, Hawaii, (also known as South Point), is the southernmost point of the Big Island of Hawai'i, It is registered a National Historic Landmark District under the name South Point Complex. Papakolea Beach, a green sand beach located at South Point, in the Ka`u district of the island of Hawai`i. One of only two green sand beaches in the United States, lies nearby.
|Kamaoa Road : Waichinu, HI
||Kamaoa Road, Community of Waiohinu, Hawaii, Kauahaao Congregational Church, Discovery Harbor Golf Course, Wai'Ohinu Park,
|Kaalaiki Road :
||Kaalaiki Road, Naalehu, Hawaii, a community in Hawaii County, Hawaii. Naalehu Public Library, Naalehu Assembly of God, Na'alehu Community Center,
||Whittington Park, Whittington State Beach Park, located off State Highway #11, Sugar Pier, a ruined Pier, Community of Honu'apo, Hawaii, lies nearby.
|Ninole Loop Road : Ninole, HI
||Ninole Loop Road, N?nole, Hawaii, a community on the island of Hawaii in Hawaii County, Hawaii, situated at an elevation of 85 feet (26 m). Punaluu Beach Park, Punaluu County Beach Park, Punalu?u Beach (also called Black Sand Beach) a beach with black sand made of basalt and created by lava flowing into the ocean which explodes as it reaches the ocean and cools.
|Sunrise Road/Punalu'u Rd: Beach Park
||Sunrise Road, Punalu'u Road, Punalu'u County Beach Park, Punalu?u Beach (also called Black Sand Beach) a beach with black sand made of basalt and created by lava flowing into the ocean.
|Maile Street: Pahal, HI
||Maile Street, Pahala, Hawaii, a community in Hawaii County, Hawaii, Pahala Public Library, Pahala Community Center, Kau Hospital, Pahala Airstrip Airport, a small public airport located northeast of Pahala, Hawaii.
|Footprints Trail : 1790 Footprints
||Footprints Trail, The 1790 Footprints, a set of footprints found near the K?lauea volcano in present-day Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the island of Hawai?i, associated with a series of battles in the area in 1790. Peter Lee Trail, Kau Desert Trail, located within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park,
|Junction County Road 11
||Junction County Road 11/Crater Rim Road, Manna Lao Road, The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO), the volcano observatory on the Island of Hawai?i that monitors the four active Hawaiian volcanoes: K?lauea, Mauna Loa, Hual?lai, and Haleakal?. The observatory has a worldwide reputation as a leader in the study of active volcanism. Due to the relatively non-explosive nature of Hawaiian volcanic eruptions, scientists can study on-going eruptions in proximity without being in extreme danger. Located at the main site is the public Thomas A. Jaggar Museum. K?lauea, Hawaii, an active volcano in the Hawaiian Islands, one of five shield volcanoes that together form the Island of Hawai?i. The Ka?? Desert, a leeward desert in the district of Ka??, on the Big Island of Hawaii, It is mostly of dried lava remnants, volcanic ash, sand and gravel.
|Pilmauna Drive :
||Pilmauna Drive, Kilauea Military Camp, Crater Rim Road, within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park,
|Crater Rim Road/County Road 11: Volcano House
||Crater Rim Road / County Road 11, Volcano House, a series of hotels have been built at the edge of the K?lauea volcano on the Island of Hawaii. One 1877 building now houses the Volcano Art Center. Old historic buildings in use by the hotels. K?lauea Iki, a collapse crater which is next to the main summit caldera of K?lauea.
|Old Volcano Road : Recreation Area
||Old volcano Road, Kilauea State Recreation Area, Volcano Art Center Administration Office, Volcano, Hawaii, a community in the Puna District of Hawaii County, Hawaii,
|S Glenwood Road : Olaa Forest Park Reserves
||S Glenwood Rod, Olaa Forest Reserves, Fern Forest, Hawaii, a community in Hawai?i County, Hawai?i, Community of Glenwood, Hawaii, located within Olaa Forest Park Reserve,
|Oshiro Road : Mountain View, HI
||Oshiro Road, Mountain View, Colorado, a community in the Puna District of Hawai`i County, Hawai`i,
|S Pszyk Rd : Airport
||S Pszyk Road, Mountain View Airstrip Airport, a small public use airport in Mountain View, Hawaii, along the State Highway #11, near Mountain View Park, Waiakea Forest Reserve, Upper Waiakea Forest Reserve, located northwest off State Highway #11,
|Keaau Bypass :
||Keaau Bypass, Keaau Town Center Shopping Center, Keauu Public School Library, Community of Kurtistown, Hawaii, Community of Orchidlands Estates, Hawaii, Keaau, Hawaii, a community in the Puna District of Hawaii County, Hawaii, Hawaiian Paradise Park, Hawaii, a community in the Puna District of Hawai`i County, Hawai`i, Kapoho Bay lies on the east.
|Macadamia Nut Rd :
||Macadamia Nut Road, The Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Corporation, an American manufacturer of macadamia nuts, is the world's largest processor of the nuts. Mauna Loa Visitor Center,
|Stainback Hwy : Zoo
||Stainback Highway, Pana'ewa Rainforest Zoo, located in Hilo on the Big Island of Hawai'i. This small zoo is the only one in the United States located in a rain forest. The most popular attraction of the Zoo is a rare male white Bengal Tiger named Namaste'. Pana'Ewa Forest Reserve, Waiakea Forest Reserve,
|Makalika Street : Nani Mau Gardens
||Makalika Street, Nani Mau Gardens, are commercial botanical gardens located in Hilo, Hawaii on the island of Hawaii, The gardens' name, Nani Mau, means 'forever beautiful'. The gardens also contain a number of trees planted by famous visitors. Nani Mau Inc. Kilauea Avenue, Hilo Municipal Golf Course, Wai?kea, an ancient subdivision (ahupua`a) in the Hilo District of the Big Island of Hawaii,
|Puainako Street : Shopping Center
||Puainako Street, Puainako Town Center Shopping Center, Prince Kuhio Plaza, a shopping center in Hilo, Hawaii. The largest enclosed mall on the Island of Hawaii, Lokahi Park, The University of Hawai`i at Hilo, one of ten branches of the University of Hawai`i, a public, co-educational university located in Hilo, Hawai`i County. Caltech Submillimeter Observatory, James Clerk Maxwell Telescope, Rainbow Falls, an 80 ft high fall, located in Hilo, Hawaii. Hilo Medical Center, Kaumana Springs Wilderness, Rainbow Falls Park,
||Kamehmeha Avenue, Hilo, Hawaii is a coastal town in the State of Hawaii. This is where Hawaii State Highway #11 ends. Hilo, Hawaii, is the largest settlement on the island of Hawaii overlooking Hilo Bay. Two near shield volcanoes are near the town. Mauna Loa is an active volcano while Mauna Kea, a dormant volcano, has some of the best ground-based atronomical observatories. Banyan Drive, a tree-lined street at the shoreline of Hilo, Hawaii, known as the 'Hilo Walk of Fame' for the banyan trees planted by celebrities. Lili?uokalani Park and Gardens, a 30-acre (120,000 m2) park with Japanese gardens, located on Banyan Drive in Hilo on the island of Hawai?i. The Hilo Art Museum.
||Junction of State Highway 19. This is where the Hawaii State Highway #11 ends.