The Department of Land and Natural Resource has reopened Kekaha Kai State Park on the Kona Coast of the Big Island Thursday after it was closed following a shark attack Tuesday.
Officials say that no sharks were spotted after a flyover was conducted over the region Thursday.
The park remained closed on Wednesday after a flyover resulted in the sighting of several reef sharks, but no tiger sharks.
A 12-foot tiger shark was involved in the attack which resulted in significant injury to the right leg of 28-year-old James Kerrigan.
Kerrigan is recovering at Kona Community Hospital.