Kakaako Waterfront Park, Honolulu
Kakaako Waterfront Park, Honolulu - Address, Phone Number
Address: 102 Ohe St, Honolulu, HI 96813, USA
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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Waterfront, Park, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot
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About Kakaako Waterfront Park, Honolulu
The Kakaako Waterfront Park is built over a landfill area and quiet strikingly is converted to this lush-green pocket that overlooks the beautiful Pacific Ocean.
The landfill/ Waterfront Park has added 29 acres to Honolulu’s shoreline and even though there is no sand at the sore, the view more than makes up for it.
Pack a small picnic during you visit and make the most of the park and don’t forget to click some great pictures while you are here.
How To reach Kakaako Waterfront Park by Public Transport
- By Bus: Ala Moana Bl + Ahui St
- By Taxi
- By hiring a local Cab.
- By renting a Car/Bike.
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Completely occupied by the homeless. Not really a public beach now. I highly recommend you do not go here until the issue is fixed.
Highlight of my Hawaii trip was snorkeling in the bay. Live coral, many beautiful fish.
A great place to go to when the sun rises and sun sets. Beautiful surroundings where you can see the Ewa side and a great view of diamondhead. I've been coming to this place since I was a boy. It's like home to me. Although a word of caution, there's a lot of homeless around here and petty crimes so think about what time you go there.
Occupied with the homeless and drug addicts. Real shame for an otherwise beautiful spot. We felt so uneasy to appreciate the scenery.
A quick observation about the elephant in the park. Sure there are homeless people in many tents throughout the park, but this is a reality in the world we live in. These people mind their own business for the most part and do a pretty good job of keeping their areas clean. So long as they do this, and don't commit crimes, perhaps the city ought to think about using this formula to deal with the city-wide homeless crisis. Not at waterfront park, of course, but in a legal setting with more space somewhere elsewhere.