About a mile from Kipahulu (Haleakala National Park) away from Hana, turn left onto an unmarked road. If you find the main road getting difficult to drive (a bit scary), then you have driven too far from Hana. Find a safe place to turn around.
The site is serene, the grounds well kept. We were glad we went after a...
The little church and park where Charles Lindbergh is buried is very quiet and peaceful. It's almost completely unmarked, you would never know such a famous person is there. Follow the directions carefully as the road is unmarked and there was no longer a sign for the stables.
It is a beautiful and peaceful spot. Understandable why Mr. Lindbergh would want it to be his final resting place. Because it is a little hard to find, only go if you have the time or really want to see it.
We liked this off the beaten path excursion. Grounds well maintained but sparse. Wish they didn't have the fence around the park next door. Probably needed for protection but blocks a great view. Pryor grave on the property was for Lindbergh's friend who introduced him to the area.
This church yard can be a bit difficult to find. We have driven past it more than once and had to turn around. It's a very serene place with beautiful views of the Pacific. The Lindbergh grave was not prominently marked so you have to look at bit. Step indie the chapel for some quiet meditation!
Interesting to see Lindbergh's grave and the charming cemetery in which he's buried. The church is interesting too. A little hard to find. About 1/10 of a mile past 41 mile marker there is a VERY small road on the left toward the ocean. It looks like you're entering private property but it is the road to the church.