Lae o Lehuawehi - Adorned with Lehua Blossoms
Lae o Koholā - The Point of the Humpback Whale
Keawaiki - The Small Harbor
Lonokaʻeho - Lono the Stone - Read that story below
Waimāʻauʻau - Poi Calabash Water
Lae o Puni - The cherished one.
Papaʻikou - A small shelter
Iron Peg is also named Lonokaʻeho. Lonokaʻeho was a legendary chief from Kahiki (Tahiti) with eight foreheads. He pierced the cliff at Kānehoalani, Oʻahu and severed Kahuku from Kahipa. He came to battle Kamapuaʻa the famous pig warrior of Hawaiʻi who lived at Kaʻuku in the ahupuaʻa of Makahanaloa. Lonokaʻeho attacked with his foreheads as weapons named Kūānuenue and Leleianahā. Kamapuaʻa won the battle by turning into tangling kukui, hala, and uhaloa plants. The roots held Lonokaʻeho fast and he become Lono the Stone along this famous cliff named Kukuilaumania (The many spreading kukui trees). The stone island on the Hilo side of this fishing access is named Lonokaʻeho. An ʻEho is a stone pile, especially as used to mark land boundaries; stone image; heap of stones under water (at times fishermen block one end with a net and drive the fish in from the other end), also umu, imu; or a pillar. The stream of the same name runs into the ocean here.