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#1 of 10 Nature & Parks in Kaneohe
Great place to visit with the family, we brought a picnic and had it in the trees and stale bread and fed the ducks and the fish, walked around the park and had magnificent views of the mountains and the plants!
This garden is more like a park with an amazing number of mature palms, plants and flowering exotic trees.
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#2 of 10 Nature & Parks in Kaneohe
The Kane'ohe Bay is a great sight to simply take in from the Kualoa park, or you can boat over to the sand bar and spend a few hours relaxing in the water.
Definitely worth renting a kayak with Holokai Kayaks, at He'eia State Park.
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Nuuanu Pali Lookout Oahu, HI 6.1 km away
#30 of 212 Nature & Parks in Oahu
You park, take a short walk up to the lookout, and are suddenly in a very windy world that feeld wild and haunted and ethereal.
An amazing view to be enchanted for the greatness of the Hawaiian nature.
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#3 of 10 Nature & Parks in Kaneohe
He'eia State Park has beautifully maintained grounds with excellent facilities, including an event building, large clean restrooms, and showers.
There are banana trees, Plumeria, and other tropical plants at this park, and the picnic areas are shaded, with magnificent views.
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Kailua Beach Park Kailua 8.8 km away
#1 of 9 Nature & Parks in Kailua
The waters are blue, sand very white and on weekdays pretty secluded, we were there many times during the week and it was amazing, there is a park right next to it where you can make BBQ or picnic
Kailua beach park, along with neighboring Lanikai, has some of the bluest, beautiful water that you've ever seen, and for me that's considering I've been to Bora Bora, Klein Bonaire, St. John, Maui, Kauai and Berm...
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Kalama Beach Park Kailua 6.9 km away
#4 of 9 Nature & Parks in Kailua
As with all of Kailua beach, Kalama Beach park is gorgeous and worth a visit (or long stay).
Great little Kailua beach park
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#4 of 10 Nature & Parks in Kaneohe
Olomana Three Peaks Trail Kailua 6.5 km away
#5 of 9 Nature & Parks in Kailua
You must park out side the Royal Hawaiian Golf Course across from the bus stop and walk past the crabby entry guard then up the golf course road 1/2 mile to the sign on the left for the trail head.
You have to park about 1/2 mile from the entrance, but it is worth the hike.
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Lanikai Beach Kailua 9.6 km away
#2 of 9 Nature & Parks in Kailua
Lanikai beach is amazing, enter at public access near Lanikai park and Canoe Hale, parking is very limited so get there early and enjoy an amazing white sand beach with a picture perfect view of the Mokolua islands.
This beach is right close to Kailua Beach Park which is another gorgeous beach but is bigger and has shaded areas!
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Lanikai Pillboxes Kailua 9.4 km away
#3 of 9 Nature & Parks in Kailua
One option is to drop off the family right at the trailhead, which is also somewhat hidden, and then the driver parks the car.
Another possibility is to park on the Lanikai (Alala Point) side of Kailua Beach and take a 15-20 minute walk through Lanikai on to the trailhead by Bluestone.
#6 of 10 Nature & Parks in Kaneohe
#7 of 10 Nature & Parks in Kaneohe
You will have to park at Temple Valley Shopping Center and walk across the street on the condo side.
You will have to park at Temple Valley Shopping Center and walk across the street on the condo side.
Lyon Arboretum Honolulu 9.5 km away
#12 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
If you love nature and want to see incredible tropical plants and trees this is the place to be.
Throughout the arboretum, you’ll see a number of birds but they're more people-wary than the ones you’ll encounter at parks.
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Kualoa Regional Park Oahu, HI 10.5 km away
#45 of 212 Nature & Parks in Oahu
This regional park is well known for many movies on screen.! Horse back riding was super fun and we got meet the different personalities of the horses too!
10 miles north of Kaneohe on the windward side of O'ahu is the Kualoa Regional Park, a nice, flat, peaceful place to laze about, play on the sandy beach, and gaze at "the hat".
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#7 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
Awesome scenic ride driving to the top of Puu UAlakaa State Park n driving back down exciting in McCully Area close to Waikiki , Koko Head , going around the Island if you waned too !
This place is great for picnics and nature lovers, but most of all, you have an absolutely incredible view of Waikiki and Diamond Head.
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Manoa Falls Honolulu 11.8 km away
#13 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
We went up the trail anyway and it is really a great trail - the nature is fantastic and you walk in open areas, bamboo forests, rain forest and are awarded with a great view of the actual falls - though the falls...
I was with a small group and the guide (Makaio - Hawaiian Nature Tours) explained the hike the history of the trail and shared his extensive knowledge of Hawaiian history, culture and traditions as well as explain...
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Bellows Field Beach Park Waimanalo 12.5 km away
#1 of 8 Nature & Parks in Waimanalo
Great beaches, fun mini golf, fun park equipment for children.
Wonderful beach park
Chinaman's Hat Oahu, HI 10.8 km away
#50 of 212 Nature & Parks in Oahu
Well, this is a stunningly beautiful bit of topography---a uniquely carved island by the forces of nature, covered with tropical greenery.
Beautiful beach park, the scenery is wonderful and so peaceful.
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Lulumahu Waterfall Honolulu 9.6 km away
#23 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
It is a great nature hike, cris crossing the stream several times, a couple of small waterfalls and small rapids, and a larger waterfall in the back.
We did this hike on a whim when our original hiking plans fell through, and we are so happy we did! Park off of Pali Hwy and take the trail next to the archery sign.
Puu Ualakaa State Park Honolulu 11.7 km away
#16 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
I would highly recommend the drive from the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific on Puowaina Drive, up Tantalus Drive, through the valleys and to the Park, then back down Round Top Drive to Waikiki.
Pu'u' 'Ualakaa State Park is a must visit if your like panoramic views> You can Diamond Head, Waikiki, Honolulu and way out over the ocean.
Maunawili Falls Kailua 8.7 km away
#6 of 9 Nature & Parks in Kailua
Incredible, it's like walking in Jurassic Park!
I grew up in nature, and I slipped a few times and hurt myself a little, because I stupidly left my hiking shoes at home in California.
Aikahi Playground Kailua 5.6 km away
#9 of 9 Nature & Parks in Kailua
Ulupo Heiau State Monument Kailua 6.7 km away
#8 of 9 Nature & Parks in Kailua
This is a beautiful park behind the YMCA with historic ruins that are being unearthed all the time.
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Maunawili Trail Honolulu 7.8 km away
#38 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
Fun for the beautiful walk, but definitely be prepared for mosquitoes, to get muddy, and to enjoy being in nature- because that's what hiking is!
Waimanalo Beach Waimanalo 13.6 km away
#2 of 8 Nature & Parks in Waimanalo
The best places to visit the beach in Waimanalo is Kaiona Beach Park, which is further to the south, or what we locals call "Sherwood Forest", which is across from the polo horse stables, a little to the north of...
Adding to kid-friendliness - smaller waves mean rip currents are less likely and the open nature of the beach plus Oahu’s small tidal range should see an absence of tidal currents particularly close to shore.
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Aiea Loop Trail Aiea 10.4 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Aiea
Before you start walking, a huge suggestion: Walk the trail clockwise and park your vehicle at the lower parking where the trail exits back into the paved parking.
I used to hike here a lot but keep forgetting about Kea'iwa Heiau State Park since it's off the beaten path.
The Kaniakapupu Ruins Honolulu 7.9 km away
#41 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu