In 1976, what other Hawaiian volcano was designated its own national park?

The Quiz: In 1976, what other Hawaiian volcano was designated its own national park?

A Diamond Head
B Kohala
C Haleakalā

Mount Haleakalā on the island of Maui was originally part of Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park. But in 1976, Haleakalā was made a separate national park. An impressive volcano in its own right, Haleakalā rises to 10,023 feet and is home to its own unique ecosystem and microclimate. Haleakalā is considered a dormant volcano, having last erupted 400-500 years ago.

The correct answer to this quiz is Haleakalā.

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