Looking for a perfect spot to have a family gathering and/or a picnic lunch, stop by here. Great local area, plenty of swimming with calm waters and a 30ft tower you can jump off of. Mahalo!
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We visited this island for the King Kamehameha festival on June 11th. It was such a beautiful, quaint place with so much history and pride. Loved the festival, the culture, and the hospitality. Beautiful.
We visited here and the park across the street. We stayed at the Doubletree Hotel and took a short stroll to both. The island would be a great place to take small children. There is a tiny beach area. We saw turtles swimming under the...More
You reach the island via a short causeway / bridge . It was very interesting watching the locals fish constantly for some tiny little fish. Not sure what they do with them. It was however an art form and their skill evident. The island itself...More
Take an umbrella, some beach towels and sunscreen and hang out in this amazing little park. Our 6-month old daughter loved the water here and there's a small beach when the tide is low. Great place for a family picnic
The area is calm during the week & the water is free from huge waves. It's great for families with smaller children as well as more adventurous people where there is a wall to climb up & flip off of.