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Our tour guide gave us a wonderful overview of the history of the Sugar Mill Ruins and the area along with pointing our the beautiful foliage (plumerias) and the ruins and all the details of what was done at the sugar mills and who stayed...More
This ruins are right across from the parking lot for Cinnamon Bay Beach and the park service has made them handicap accessible. There are also signs about explaining the building and their purpose in the sugar making process. Also the ruins are the starting point...More
The ruins are part of a half mile long, loop nature trail. Totally in the shade and up a rocky hill. Lots to see and easy to follow the trail. Just look for the signs. I was surprised to see the crypts of a Danish...More
Our son got married on the morning of May 21, 2016, on Hawksnest. Wonderful wedding and then we went all along the North Shore, stopping to take photos in her dress. These ruins made great backdrops. The saddest part is that the 2 SD cards...More
Our family enjoyed seeing this site. It was very interesting and educational. We also met a gentleman in the back working the grounds who educated us on different uses for coconut, coconut oil and herbs he grows.
The ruins are a self-guided tour. There are some plaques that denote the history of the buildings, and what took place where. It was perfect for an early morning walk to enjoy the cool of the morning in the shade.