If you’re looking for a Hawaii Volcanoes map, you’ve come to the right place; currently I’ve collected 7 free Hawaii Volcanoes National Park maps to view and download. (PDF files and external links will open in a new window.) Here you’ll find a map that covers the entire park, as well as other maps that focus on specific locations in the park (Kilauea, Kahuku, and the backcountry). You can also browse the best-selling Hawaii Volcanoes maps and guidebooks on Amazon.
Hawaii Volcanoes map from the park brochures
This is the main Hawaii Volcanoes National Park map, showing everything from Mauna Loa all the way to the coast. Click the image to view a full size JPG (2.1 mb) or download the PDF (15 mb).
This is the Kilauea Caldera map, the most developed and visited section of Hawaii Volcanoes. (See the park website for current closures.) Click the image to view a full size JPG (1.2 mb) or download the PDF (4.3 mb).
This is the Kahuku Unit map, showing a section of Hawaii Volcanoes to the southwest of the main developed areas around Kilauea. Click the image to view a full size JPG (400 kb) or download the PDF (2.8 mb).
Hawaii Volcanoes trail map
If you’re just sticking to the main roads and walkways, you probably don’t need a full-fledged Hawaii Volcanoes hiking trail map. However, if you’re planning on longer full-day or overnight hikes, the National Geographic Trails Illustrated trail map is your best bet, since it has topographic lines and detail you won’t find on the free maps. This is also a must if you plan on venturing off established trails.
Various Hawaii Volcanoes maps
This Hawaii regional map (800 kb) shows the entire Big Island, highlighting the other national park units. It also includes major roads, towns, and a rough overview of land cover types (forest vs lava).
Hawaii Volcanoes lodging map
The great thing about visiting Hawaii Volcanoes is that you have great lodging options just outside the park entrance. To the right is a Hotels.com interactive lodging map showing the locations of the many guesthouses, lodges, and cottages just outside. I also recommend taking a look at Expedia’s top-rated Hawaii Volcanoes lodging (or Hotels.com) to compare prices, guest reviews, and photos.
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