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SALT POND BEACH PARK is named for the traditional HAWAIIAN SEA SALT produced in flats near the beach. For generations, Hawaiian families have evaporated seawater in saltpans dug out of red soil to produce natural sea salt. The salt is bagged and used for cooking, as well as Hawaiian medicinal practices. PHO TO: JEFF S ANNER

year-round, Salt Pond is a popular spot for family outings. To find the beach and saltpans, turn makai (toward the ocean) off Kaumuali‘i Highway at the west end of Hanapēpē, and follow Lolokai Road toward the coast.

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