- 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.
Featuring mostly open grass areas, Kahuku District Park provides fields for baseball and soccer as well as basketball and volleyball courts. The park has a children's playground, picnic tables, a small skate park and restroom facilities.
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Dillingham Airfield, Waialua, HI 96791 MoreLess Info
Offering sightseeing tours to its guests, The Glider Connection - Private Tours provides a personal and memorable experience to those who choose to experience the glider rides. A pilot tour guide leads the scenic sightseeing tour around the island.
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North Shore, Haleiwa, HI 96712 MoreLess Info
Founded in 2003, Uncle Bryan from the Uncle Bryan's Sunset Suratt Surf School was named the Surfing Coach of the '90s by Surfing Magazine. He gives surf lessons and stand up paddle lessons, with the client's board or with his own.
Oahu's Kahuku Farms is a working farm, farm market and gift shop. It features a cafe that serves delicacies made from the Farms' own produce, and the gift shop sells unique body care products, fruit preserves and other gourmet food items. Docent-guided tours are also available.
For more than a decade, young and old alike have been learning to ride the waves at Jetty Betty Surf School. Choose from private or group lessons, attend surf camps, or attend their unique turtle tours, you will be glad you chose Jetty Betty.
Discover the hidden gems of Oahu when you take a guided stand-up paddle tour with Coconut Adventures. Stand up paddling is safe and fun for all ages, and the experienced guides will share stories of the beautiful island on the way.
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66-590 Kamehameha Highway, Kahuku, HI 96731 MoreLess Info
Situated in a wetland habitat, James Campbell National Wildlife Refuge offers visitors bird sighting opportunities for the Hawaiian duck, moorhen, coot, and other endangered species. Visitors can also spot monk seals and green sea turtles in the refuge.
A working ranch, boarding stable and provider of stud services, Kahuku-Kai Horse Ranch is a treat for horse-loving visitors. In clement weather, the ranch offers 45-minute tours of the surrounding landscape. Reservations are required.