- TripBuzz found 331 things to do with kids in or near Pearl City, Hawaii, including 307 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Honolulu, Haleiwa, Kaneohe and Kapolei.
- From Pacheco Playground to Leeward Bowl, the Pearl City area offers 70 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Hiking Trails, Volleyball and Bowling.
Located along the scenic Kailua Beach, Kalama Beach is a public beach location offering peaceful and relaxing ocean views to those who visit. Swimming, windsurfing, and relaxing in the sand are among the many popular activities at the beach.
In addition to a public swimming pool, the Kailua District Park features baseball fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, and a gym with workout equipment. The park also offers a variety of classes and programs.
Providing for big game fishing on Hawaii's North Shore, Kuuloa Kai Charters offers both full and half-day excursions. Each trip includes an experienced guide and crew to aid in fishing for yellowfin tuna, dolphin or blue marlin.
Located along a trail originating on Lanikai Beach, the Lanikai Pillboxes are ruined military structures that are now popular vantage points for nature photographers. The Pillboxes are a 20-minute hike from the beach and offer clear views of two beaches, the town of Lanikai and several remote islands.
Visitors can set sail on a 41 foot vessel to go deep sea fishing with the experienced captain of Kuuloa Kai. During the excursion, visitors have the opportunity to catch fish like Blue Marlin, Mahimahi, and Yellowfin Tuna.
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84-1042 Maunaolu Street, Waianae, HI 96792 MoreLess Info
Located on a 7 acre property, Historic Makaha Valley Riding Stables gives visitors the opportunity to experience life as a Hawaiian cowboy. Besides daily horseback rides on many trails the ranch also provides country farming education.
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67-106 Kealohanui Street, Unit C-1, Waialua, HI 96791 MoreLess Info
As a historic sugar mill, Island X Hawaii offers visitors tours to learn about the coffee and chocolate making process. At the end of the tour, visitors can purchase the chocolate and coffee produced on the grounds.