- 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.
Situated along the ocean's shores, Aweoweo Beach Park features an open, sandy beach that can be used for swimming along with grassy areas and trees. The park has a children's playground, a basketball court and paved walking paths.
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55-205-55-241 Kamehameha Hwy, Hauuala Beach Park, Laie, HI 96762 MoreLess Info
Hauula Beach Park is known as a spot for first-time surfers. The nine acre beach park has camping and picnicking sites, and offers easy access to hiking in the nearby Hauula Forest Reserve.
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Near the Hawaii Kai Golf Course on Kalanianaole Highway, Honolulu, HI MoreLess Info
The terrain of the Makapuu Lighthouse Trail is made of hot and dry slopes, creating a moderate hiking difficulty. The path does offer amazing views of the O'ahu southeastern coast line, which includes the Koko Crater and Koko Head.
Oahu's premier wintertime surfing destination is Makaha Beach Park. This fine-grain sandy beach is most appropriate for advanced surfers, and also contains remarkable sea caves only accessible to divers and seasoned snorkelers.
The remote Laie Falls Trail challenges hikers and mountain bikers with steep ascents and patches of rough terrain. Experienced hikers who reach the trail's high point are rewarded with a stunning view of Laie Falls. Swimming is permitted at the base of the waterfall.
Laie, Hawaii is home to the Polynesian Cultural Center. The Center is best known for its massive luau celebrations, which include decadent foods and breathtaking fire dancing. Children and adults are welcome.
Enjoy historical information, hula, tribal and fire dances told through the highly rated story of Ha Breath Of Life at the Polynesian Cultural Center. Special effects, animation, surround sound and over 100 Polynesian actors convey this tale nightly from 7:30-9:00pm.