Non-Hawaii residents to pay parking fee at Ahihi-Kinau

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WAILEA, Hawaii (KHON2) — Starting on Oct. 1, out-of-state visitors to the Ahihi-Kinau Natural Area Reserve on Maui will be charged a $5 parking fee.

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Two machines in the reserve’s parking lot accept credit or debit cards.

Visitors must display receipts on their dashboard. 

Hawaii residents won’t be charged, but will still need to get a daily pass.

The user fees will pay for infrastructure costs or projects to protect the reserve’s natural resources.

Ahihi-Kinau is a 3-mile stretch of coastline in southwest Maui.

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