Public Parks (Hilo)

Kalakaua Park

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Kalākaua Park is the central “town square” of the city of Hilo, Hawaii. It is surrounded by historic buildings and includes a war memorial. The area was originally the site of the first Christian Mission in the area known as Waiakea Mission Station-Hilo Station in 1825. Later it evolved into the equivalent of a New England town square, surrounded by important civic buildings, such as the District Courthouse and Police Station, and the U.S. Post Office and Office Building.

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Mo’oheau Park

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Enjoy the charm of the Mo‘oheau Bandstand, which hosts concerts by the Hawai‘i County Band and other community functions. The Information Office located there is staffed by senior citizens eager to share information about Hilo.

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Lincoln Park

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A small friendly park in the middle of Hilo, great equipment, set up for all ages, the park offers sitting areas in the pavilions for family picnics. The equipment is clean and in pretty good shape and for the most part a good park for all ages with the bucket swings along with the regular ones.

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Wailoa River State Park

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The name wai loa literally means “”long water” in the Hawaiian language. The 131.9-acre park includes a boat ramp and visitor center with cultural displays. The Wailoa Arts & Cultural Center, founded in 1967, has free admission, but limited hours. On display is a Kamehameha Statue honoring King Kamehameha I, founder of the Kingdom of Hawaii. An alumni group from Kamehameha Schools raised funds to put it on display in 1997.

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Liliuokalani Gardens

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Blink and you may think you’re in Japan as you stroll through peaceful Liliuokalani Gardens, named after Hawaii’s last reigning monarch, Queen Liliuokalani. Located on Hilo’s Banyan Drive, this authentic, 30-acre Japanese garden was dedicated in 1917 as a tribute to Hawaii’s first Japanese immigrants who worked in the Hawaii Island sugar cane fields. This beautifully landscaped park features arching red bridges over fishponds, rock gardens, pagodas, Japanese stone lanterns and a teahouse. Views of Hilo Bay and Moku Ola (Coconut Island) enhance this peaceful setting.

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Mohouli Park

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Big Playground, Restroom, Wheelchair Accessible, Picnic Table, Basketball Court, Tennis Court, Grassy Area, Pavilion, Parking Lot, Walking Trail. Probably more for the older kids as the actual playground is extremely tiny.  But it has a great pavilion with bathrooms for that weekend of softball, tennis or basketball!  Good parking, not a bad place to take the older kids (probably middle school and up).

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University Heights Park (Ainaola Park)

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Park facility includes – baseball field, basketball courts, tennis court, playground equipment (ages 5-12), covered pavillion w/ picnic benches, restroom, and open area for children to play.

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Rainbow Falls Park

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If you’re looking for a waterfall near Downtown Hilo, take a short taxi ride west on Waianuenue Avenue to Wailuku River State Park. Here you’ll discover the easily accessible Rainbow Falls, which has an 80-foot drop and is known for the rainbows that are formed in the surrounding mist.

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Gilbert Carvalho Park

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Gilbert Carvalho Park features a lighted baseball field, gymnasium, pavilions and keiki playground. It attracts numerous users, including youth, adult and kupuna sports teams. The park serves as the site for softball tournaments and parties, and is home to the popular Dennis Aguiar Portuguese Day-in-the-Park Festival.

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Kaumana Caves Park

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The Kaumana Caves, part of a 25-mile-long lava tube located on Hawaii’s Big Island, are the centerpiece of a small park maintained by the County of Hawaii. Set on a hilltop above Hilo, near the 4-mile marker along Kaumana Drive (often called Saddle Road by the locals), the cave’s entrance – actually a skylight formed when part of the lava tube collapsed – is open to curious visitors who want to explore the inside.

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Hilo Banyan Golf Course

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The Hilo Banyan Drive Golf Course is a beautifully landscaped 9-hole golf course. Built in 1970, the course offers golf instruction, a putting green, a driving range, and hosts golf tournaments and other events throughout the year. With Bermuda fairways lined with mango, coconut, banyan, and pine trees, players can relax after all the adventures that the Big Island has to offer.

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Hilo Municipal Golf Course

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Hilo Municipal opened in 1951 and was built on 146 acres of former sugarcane plantation fields. Given the frequent rains common in the Hilo area, this Big Island golf course abounds with a variety of beautiful trees including banyan, monkey pod, eucalyptus, coconut palms, hibiscus, and shower trees. You’ll notice you won’t find a single sand bunker anywhere on this course because of Hilo’s consistent wet weather. Surprisingly, Hilo Municipal has been the home to many of Hawaii’s state champions, with more likely to come.

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