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Lahaina Banyan Court

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  1. Offices
  2. Restrooms
  3. Water

The Lahaina Banyan Court Park is located in historical Lahaina Town located next to the harbor.  Lahaina was once the capital of Hawaii before Honolulu became the capital city of Hawaii.

Lahaina Banyan Court Park is home of the oldest living Banyan Tree on Maui.  The tree is over 150 years old.

You will also find the old Lahaina Courthouse which now houses the Lahaina Arts Council and the Lahaina Historic Society.  Many activities take place at this historical site throughout the year.

Contact Information

District Supervisor
Jeff Anderson: (808) 661-4685

Recreation Leader
Steve Ashfield: (808) 661-4685

Recreation Staff
Don Rosenthal
Yolanda Dukes
Sean Gordon
Ray Lasco
Permits Clerk
Robbie Wares: (808) 661-4685

Maintenance Supervisor
Eddie Curimao:  (808) 661-4685
                      (808) 661-9316 Fax

Overview and parking


Provisions Information
Park size 1.94 Acres; Home of the oldest Banyan Tree on Maui
Park structures Old Lahaina Courthouse; Home of the Lahaina Arts Council and the Lahaina Historic Society.
Swimming None
Picnic areas None
Sports None
Activities Lahaina Arts and Crafts Fair
Parking Street parking only
Public Restrooms None
Water None
ADA Accessibility None
Electrical None
Offices None
Telephones None
Emergency Maui Police Department: 9-1-1