Kapiolani Regional Park

Kapiolani Regional Park was given to the people of Hawaii by King Kalakaua in 1877. This beautiful waterfront park features an extensive beach, twisting banyan trees, and even a coconut grove.

Locals visit Kapiolani Park to ride bikes, play sports, and relax on the beach. Kapiolani is located right next to Waikiki beach, and it offers a welcome break from the heavy beach-going crowds. On the weekends, the park frequently hosts concerts, fairs, and other exciting events. Check out the Waikiki Shell, a massive dome-shaped amphitheater where many concerts and gatherings are held.

Kapiolani Regional Park is free and open to the public every day of the year. Free parking can be found near the Waikiki Shell.

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Honolulu, Oahu