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Queen Kapiʻolani Regional Park is the largest and second oldest public park in Hawaiʻi, located in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi on the east end of Waikīkī just beyond Kuhio Beach Park and the Waikiki residential neighborhood. The 300-acre (1.2 km2) park, named after Queen Kapiʻolani, the queen consort of King David Kalākaua, is home to the Waikiki Shell and the Honolulu Zoo.
Great party with as perfect how of the sunset and beach! Trees are perfect for slack lining, the banyon trees provide incredible shade, and the park backs up right to the ocean. Perfect for a late afternoon stroll. Whole parking is only available along the street, there is a lot and you rarely have to wait. If you want to see the green flash, this park will not let you down. There is also public restroom and a delicious grill with lots of fresh drinks
Very nice large park near Waikiki beach under Diamond head. Great for excising, taking a relaxing stroll, pick nick, horsing around. Activities almost every weekend at the park.
Large park. Good for running the perimeter, which is what I don't here. Wish there was more free parking but with Waikiki so close, it would always be taken anyway without fee. There are a number of festivals that use the space each year.
Beautiful park right on the edge of Waikiki. Perfect for running, sunning, or fun. They used to have concerts there, and a great place for an impromptu picnic. Never super crowded, plenty of space to enjoy yourself. Opposite the Elks Club & OCC is the Dillingham fountain. Loved this since I was a little girl. Still love it to this day, try to visit every chance I get home.
Quiet park. Lots of picnic tables and open spaces. Beautiful banyan trees. Nice ponds and gardens with ducks and other birds. Bike paths all around.