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Dog Walking in Hana
Hana is a hub of tourism on the easternmost tip of the island of Maui due to its natural beauty and views of the ocean on one side the volcanoes on the other. It is easy to be enchanted by all of the beautiful things that this town has to offer. Your dog will love making new friends with other visitors and local pups in Hana. Hana is less densely populated than other towns in Hawaii. This makes it ideal for travelers and locals who prefer a quieter, less industrialized experience to take in with their dogs.
There is one animal hospital on the northern side of Hana for all of your dog's needs, both routine and emergency. There are also two pet-friendly restaurants where you can enjoy a puptastic meal together in Hana. Coconut Glen's specializes in tasty treats pawfect for a hot day. Hana Paradise Farms Stand has outdoor picnic tables where you and your dog are welcome to enjoy homemade sweets, freshly made ginger ale, and even freshly fired pizza. Leashed dogs are welcome to chow down with you; just remember to bring Fido's water bowl.
If you are looking for a tranquil, pup-friendly town to stop in while exploring Hawaii, Hana is the place to be!
Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hana
North Hana is a beautiful beachside neighborhood with plenty to check out during your walks with your dog. Kalahu Point is a puptastic beach where you can bring your dog on-leash to explore the terrain together. You will need to bring your waste bags with you so you can help keep the area clean and beautiful. The beach is a great place to relax with a good book or enjoy some splashing with your dog. You may need to lead him to the water, but you won't have to make him swim on this gorgeous Hawaii beach front!
Central Hana is where you and your dog will find the beautiful and expansive Waianapanapa State Park. This dog-freindly zone is home to trees and grassy clearings and, of course, lovely lush beaches where you can hang out all day long. You will need your towels and some tennis balls to get the most out of your visit to Central Hana. Your dog will be having fun in no time, so much so that he won't mind one bit if you sneak him a doggy treat or two out of your pocket! Just make sure the waste bags are in there somewhere too!
South Hana borders the Hana Forest Reserve. This forest is a huge area designated for wildlife and respectful visitors who promise to be mindful and stick to their designated paths. You can hike through the reserve with a group of good friends and their pups, or you can arrange a guided tour. Either way, your dog is in for a long and exciting day if you choose to stop at the Forest Reserve while you are in South Hana. The Hana Bay Beach Park is also found in South Hana if you are looking for a wetter way to enjoy the island sun!
The Makapipi Stream flows directly through the center of Nahiku. This little town is just 35 minutes north, up the coast from Hana. It is well worth the drive if you are looking to get out of town for a bit and enjoy some local scenery. You will also find plenty of places to enjoy the streams and creeks that flow through the town all the way down to the ocean. There are a variety of coves and beaches in Nahiku that you and your pup can explore with a leash and plenty of waste bags as well -- the Nahiku View Point and Wayside is a pupular destination for visitors throughout the year.
Forty minutes south of the center of Hana is the neighborhood of Kipahulu, past the southern parts of the city of Hana. This neighborhood acts like a suburb of sorts on this sparkling island, with its own beaches and real estate opportunities for families that want to get away from the center of town but still prefer an easy commute into Central Hana for work or play. Your dog will fall in love with the Pipiwai Trail, where you can spend hours just hiking or strolling along the paths. You can also try out that new tent at the Kipahulu Campground, just a few minutes from the Pipiwai Trail.