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Hilo, Hawaii

Just west of Downtown Hilo, Wailuku River State Park is home to the 80-foot Waianuene (Rainbow Falls) which is known for the rainbows that are formed in the surrounding mist. A tropical rain-forest climate with annual rainfall totals in excess of 10 feet.

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Mormon Population

Mormons make up 5.63% % of the population of Hilo. The Kona Hawaii temple is the 70th operating temple completed in January 2000. In the state of Hawaii there are 69,872 members, 15 stakes, 124 wards, and 10 branches, and there is one mission.

LDS History

The LDS church was established in the Hawaiian Islands in 1850.A new phase of development for Laie began when the sugar plantation of that name was purchased by George Nebeker, the president of the Hawaiian Mission of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The Latter-day Saints in Hawaii were then encouraged to move to this location. This purchase occurred in 1865. The first LDS Church missionaries to have success among the Hawaiians was George Q. Cannon.

Family Friendliness

Don’t miss the Wailuku River State Park, beautiful parks like Liliuokalani Gardens and Wailoa River State Park (home to the 2nd King Kamehameha Statue on Hawaii Island), as well as many botanical gardens and orchid farms. Visit the nation’s only rainforest zoo, Panaewa Rainforest Zoo, to see a collection of exotic plants and animals, including Namaste, a regal white Bengal tiger. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is a must see.

 Kona Hawaii Temple

76 miles W of Hilo


About 43,263 people call Hilo home. A busy farming and fishing area in early times, Hilo evolved into a commercial center for the sugar industry in the 1800’s. Downtown Hilo was built around its crescent-shaped bay and became the seat of county government. In 1946 and 1960 the town was nearly swallowed by a tsunami.


The July high is around 83 degrees and the January low is 64. Hilo, HI, gets 128 inches of rain per year. Snowfall is 0 inches. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 277. On average, there are 175 sunny days per year in Hilo, HI.

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