Things to Do in Pearl City, HI

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Parks 85 Farrington Highway, Waianae, HI 96792 MoreLess Info
Waianae District Park is a big park with an open field. The park features a large indoor gym with basketball hoops near the back of the park and a bus stop right in front of the park.
14.0 Miles
90% 10 votes
Hiking Trails 704 Kaha Street, Kailua, HI 96734 MoreLess Info
Passing through the extensive Kawainui Marsh wetland area, the Kawainui Marsh Trail is a 2.6 mile out and back hiking trail that allows pets. The trail is scenic and relatively easy.
14.1 Miles
76% 29 votes
Waterfalls Kailua, HI MoreLess Info
Walk the trails of Hawaii's largest wetlands area at Kawai Nui Marsh, a protected conservation area for endangered wetland birds, and a site of historical and archeological significance.
14.1 Miles
50% 2 votes
Parks 85-601 Plantation Road, Waianae, HI 96792 MoreLess Info
Pililaau Park is a community park that is suitable for a variety of recreational activities. The park has baseball fields, basketball courts, a skate park, a playground, tennis courts, and an open grass field.
14.2 Miles
96% 209 votes
National & State Parks Waianae, HI MoreLess Info
Enjoy a long stroll or water activities at Ka'ena Point State Park. Visitors enjoy picnics along the wild coastline and board or body surfing in waters with an active lifeguard.
14.3 Miles
79% 511 votes
Farmers Markets 4303 Diamond Head Rd.,, Honolulu, HI MoreLess Info
Held every week the Saturday Farmer's Market KCC is supported by the Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation. It is located on the Kapiolani Community College Campus and hosts many local farmers and growers for fresh produce and foods.
14.3 Miles
100% 107 votes
Surfing Lessons Waianae, HI 96792 MoreLess Info
Westside Surf Lessons is operated by Danny Boro who has years of lifeguard and teaching experience. Lessons are offered in an uncrowded beach for single, tandem, and stand up paddle surfing as well as guided hiking and dolphin tours.
14.3 Miles
92% 853 votes
Hiking Trails Diamond Head Road, Honolulu, HI 96816 MoreLess Info
Diamond Head State Monument is over 475 acres and includes a saucer-shaped crater that was formed about 300,000 years ago. The hike takes 1.5 to 2 hours and includes some steep segments.
14.3 Miles
89% 19 votes
Parks 85-037 Waianae Valley Road, Waianae, HI 96792 MoreLess Info
Protected from the ocean waves by its offshore breakwater, Pokai Bay Beach Park is a calm area suitable for swimming with kids. It offers gentle waves and impressive views of the water and coastline.
14.4 Miles
93% 12524 votes
Natural Landmarks Diamond Head Road at 18th Ave., Honolulu, HI 96815 MoreLess Info
A popular touristic attraction in Oahu, the Diamond Head covers 475 acres and has hiking trails. It was formed more than 300,000 years ago during a massive eruption, with the flora and fauna being introduced only 300 years ago. There are picnic areas on the site.
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