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Lapakahi State Historical Park, off Highway 270, 12.
At the northwest tip of the island are the remnants of a fishing village that dates back more than 600 years, now protected as Lapakahi State Historical Park.
PHOTO (1 -- 2 -- color) Stone walls from a former village still stand at Lapakahi State Historical Park in the northwest corner of Hawaii's Big Island, above.
From Kawaihae, State Highway 270 heads north along the coast (October through April, look for spouts of migrating humpback whales) 11 miles to Lapakahi State Historical Park (open 7:45 to 4:30 daily except holidays; X89-5566).
State Highway 270 leads north 11 miles to Lapakahi State Historical Park, site of a 600-year-oid fishing village.