Kapiolani Park, Honolulu/Waikiki, Hawaii
3902 Paki Ave., Honolulu/Waikiki, Hawaii 96815| Map |
Kapiolani Park, on the island of Oahu, is a historic 300-acre parcel of land given to the people of Hawaii by King Kalakaua in 1887. Today, locals and vacationers alike enjoy the park for walking, jogging, soccer, Frisbee, tennis – and access to famous Diamond Head. On weekends, concerts and art shows are usually happening, and there are plenty of ancient trees to picnic under. A number of casual cafes can be found on bordering Kalakaua Avenue, where a quick lunch can be ordered and brought back to the park. The Honolulu Zoo and aquarium are also nearby, so Kapiolani Park is a perfect spot to rest and eat afterwards. One can walk to Waikiki beach from here - actually, since parking can get crowded at the beach, people often park on the other side of Kapiolani Park to get there. Waikiki can be overwhelming if that’s where visitors spend all their time, but Kapiolani Park offers families a relaxing oasis within the paradise of Hawaii.
Ratings by kids' ages
- Tots (0-2)
- Little kids (3-5)
- Big kids (6-8)
- Tweens (9-12)
- Teens (13+)
Tips for Families
Parking can be a challenge, so local buses are recommended.
Address: 3902 Paki Ave., Honolulu/Waikiki, Hawaii 96815| Map
Phone: 808 545 4344
Hours: Year Round More Info
Price: Free More Info