Da Kine Spring, Ke’anae, Maui, HI

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14000 Hana Hwy
Hāna, HI 96713
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Description

CHERRY!!

Address/Nearest Address

14000 Hana Hwy Hāna, HI 96713

Directions from Nearest Address

There will be a bridge 1.2 miles past camp Ke’anae. The spring is right below the bridge.

Vital Information

  • Fee: No Fee
  • Access: Public
  • Flow: Continuous
  • TDS: N/A
  • Temp: N/A
  • pH: N/A

Hours Spring is Open:

N/A

GPS:

20.851133, -156.142326

Map Link: Da Kine Spring Map

Submitted by: Evan Strong

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  1. mil says:

    I tried to go to this spring. Is the bridge above where some people are growing stuff? I saw some pipes there, but there was a no trespassing sign. Then, we tried to go underneath the bridge, but we weren’t sure which one was the spring. Is there a pipe?

    • kay.cardinal says:

      we just visited this spring last weekend, while on vacation in maui. the spring is underneath the bridge, the two pipes that you can see are fed by the spring; one goes to down to the house, and the white one just empties into that field / marshy area. i wouldn’t recommend trying to walk down to where that pipe is flowing, its really wet. water is coming right out of the rocks under the bridge though, so we just walked down that cliffside, where the no trespassing sign is, and filled up our bottles directly from the water flowing out of the rocks. the water tasted really good and clean, probably a mid-range TDS, but we didn’t have anything with us to test it with. drank it all weekend and felt good, this is a good spring!

      • Helene says:

        So you walked right past the “no trespassing sign!!!?? That is y neighbor as they don’t like people trespassing on their property to” fill up water bottles” what part of “no tresspassing” don’t you get!!!!????

        • Marianne Callari says:

          Aloha
          I am a Maui resident here in Haiku. I would like to ask your permission to come onto the property to access this spring under the bridge. Your reply would be greatly appreciated.
          Mahalo

  2. Another Amazing spring! So clean! Look for bamboo pipe near Virgin Mary shrine. Any one know anything about the Io’a valley spring?

  3. Keanae Resident says:

    First off this spring is on PRIVATE PROPERTY & theirs a reason why their is a NO TRESPASSING SIGN have some respect . This is my grandma’s place & no one has any business advertising this place to the public. What happens if one of you idiot tourist falls & get hurt?? You dummy’s will most likely try & sue. If you don’t have permission to go onto someone’s property I suggest you stay the hell out or they’re will be concequences. If you don’t live here you don’t belong here point blank period.

    • Keanae Resident says:

      This place will be fenced OFF so people don’t think they can just trespass @ any ol time… It IS NOT FOR PUBLIC ACCESS & you should go to the Main House & ask permission before thinking you can just go & help yourselves. Get REAL you wouldn’t want people going onto your property without permission would you? Didn’t think so . Therefore have some damn respect & KAPU

      • Li'a Mahina says:

        We live in Kula & our water is toxic, our family can’t be buying water but we could make a donation to your family for allowing us to fill some bottles once a month. Would that be ok ?

      • kai says:

        exactly! kapu

      • Tiffany says:

        Aloha, is she open to people collecting water from the spring if we introduce ourselves? I am a local and would love to collect next time out there but want to be respectful and therefore would ask first (hence my research before showing up!). Mahalos

    • Ellis D. says:

      I can respect that. I’ll be visiting soon. Gotta be honest, the way you hawaiians seem to hate people kinda makes me weary of your culture. Theres bad apples everywhere I suppose, hopefully I come across some good locals who would be willing to engage in an intelligent conversation so I can learn more about what it’s like to live in paradise. You know, people who are probably the opposite of you. Besides, why do you hate tourists, you do realize over a billion of mauis revenue comes fron tourism, right??

  4. Kaleolani Keohuhu says:

    STAY OFF OF ROYAL PATENT LAND IT IS NOT FOR SHOW AND TELL YOU TOURISTS THINK YOU CAN JUST COME TO HAWAII GO ANYWHERE YOU WANT AND EXPECT US HAWAIIANS KANAKA MAUOLI TO JUST SIT AROUND AND LET THIS SHIT CONTINUE?!?!??!!
    I MYSELF AM A KAHUNA NUI / KONOHIKI
    STAY AWAY AND YOU WON’T BE CURSED!!
    THAT IS SACRED LAND
    ALL OF HAWAII NEI IS!!!

    • kai says:

      thank you for reminding everyone that Hawaii is sacred land, ahh Hawaii

    • Respectful says:

      To the locals and visitors. There is no hostility in the people coming to your springs. We are all humans of this earth and share the land. Everyone should ask permission out of respect but this website aims to reconnect people to the land and share what is all of our rights WATER! We should not depend on the municipal water supply only rain/springs and we are trying to achieve that. Most individuals who use this website are respecting nature lovers and we only need to be informed of what to do and we will follow your customs, all beings are equal are beings are worthy segregation is a tool of the corrupt and ignorant. Your hostility should be aimed at companies like Monsanto and Dole who are ruining our land, polluting our waters and killing our wild life, those people who come to get water from the springs are the ones who care to help you fight those battles! Know your friends or else we will never win. Locals and visitors alike have respect for your fellow man.

  5. Respectful says:

    To the locals and visitors. There is no hostility in the people coming to your springs. We are all humans of this earth and share the land. Everyone should ask permission out of respect but this website aims to reconnect people to the land and share what is all of our rights WATER! We should not depend on the municipal water supply only rain/springs and we are trying to achieve that. Most individuals who use this website are respecting nature lovers and we only need to be informed of what to do and we will follow your customs, all beings are equal are beings are worthy segregation is a tool of the corrupt and ignorant. Your hostility should be aimed at companies like Monsanto and Dole who are ruining our land, polluting our waters and killing our wild life, those people who come to get water from the springs are the ones who care to help you fight those battles! Know your friends or else we will never win. Locals and visitors alike have respect for your fellow man.

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