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Kapiolani Regional Park, Honolulu Overview

Named after Queen Kapiolani, this park in Honolulu offers the most breathtaking view in the capital with a volcano on one side and a beach on the other. Apart from being the perfect place to rejuvenate, the regional Park is popular for sports like volleyball, tennis, football and canoeing. Sandwiched between the Waikiki Shell and the Honolulu Zoo, Kapiolani Regional Park is the largest and the second oldest park in Hawaii spanning across 300 acres of grassy area. Brimming with enthusiasm, the park is frequented by all age groups who enjoy the surroundings and food from local vendors throughout the day.

Must Know Before You Visit Kapiolani Regional Park

Address : 3840 Paki Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815, United States

Contact : +1 808-768-4623

Timings : Every day - 5:00 AM to 12:00 AM

Amenities :

  • Wheelchair accessible car park
  • Wheelchair accessible entrance
  • Bathrooms available 

How to reach :

  • Through taxi
  • Through a hired car
  • Rented bike
  • By bus – Paki Avenue and Noela Street

Kid friendly : Yes

Free parking : Available 

Duration : One to two hours

Highlight :

  • Iron man fitness area
  • Banyan trees, monkey boards, Royal Poinciana
  • Duck ponds
  • Diamond Head view

Dog friendly : Yes

Entry fee : Free of cost 

Tips :

  • Visit Kapiolani Park between 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Relax on a hammock
  • Do attend the free concert from the Royal Hawaiian band every Sunday afternoon at Kapiolani bandstand
  • Don’t forget to carry a water bottle
  • Do apply sunscreen to avoid heat damage

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