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About The Boiling Pots & Pe'epe'e Falls on Big Island, Hawaii

The Boiling Pots and the triple waterfall known as Pe’epe’e Falls are a popular stop in the Hilo area. The water is always flowing but after heavy rains you can see more of the “boiling effect” that is created when bubbles come up in the pools (the “pots”).

This park is part of the greater Wailuku River State Park which also includes Rainbow Falls. Parking is free and restrooms and picnic tables are provided.

Address
1766 Peʻepeʻe Falls Road
Hilo, HI 96720
Phone
808-961-9540
Website
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Akolea Plantation Estates,US
7:33 am, June 18, 2024
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Sunrise: 5:42 am
Sunset: 7:01 pm
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