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Dog Areas in Aiea

5 Parks
1 Trail
6 Eateries
2 Groomers
Aiea is a small town in Honolulu and a great place to get away from the tourist areeas of the island and relax with your furry pal by your side. This paradise of a town is filled with dog friendly eateries that the two of you can dine at together, a few great parks you can run around, and seven veterinarians to ensure your pup is covered.

 If your dog is itching to get outside, check out the Aiea District Park. This great park offers tons of grass to run on, a baseball diamond, bleachers to relax on, and a walking path around the park to get a good walk in. Make sure to bring water with you since there isn't a lot of shade at the park.

Grab a bite to eat at Forty Niner which offers humble decor and a family style atmosphere. Their menu includes an array of Asian inspired dishes with a Hawaiian influence. If Fido is craving a sandwich, check out Down To Earth Deli. They offer a variety of delicious sandwiches including a vegetarian option. Both of these great restaurants offer dog friendly patios and welcome your pup to join you.

With the delicious food and parks to visit, you and your dog will have a great time in Aiea.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Aiea

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,048/sq mi

    #1 Aiea Town Center

    Take your pup out for a great hike on the Aiea Loop Trail. This pawsome trail is 4.4-miles long with a 1,269-foot elevation climb, which will really let the two of you feel the burn. You will also be rewarded with a beautiful view of wildflowers and the Hawaii mountains that surround you. With a loop style route, you and Fido can't get lost on this great hike. Locals warn that if you're scared of heights, this may not be the hike for you since it does get high and narrow. The trail can get muddy at times, but it is lightly trafficked, giving you and Fido some alone time together.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,434/sq mi

    #2 Moanalua Rd / Laulima St

    If you and your pup are out and about and get a little hungry, stop into Big City Diner for a bite to eat. This dogtastic eatery offers a classic Hawaiian style diner with delicious and hearty dishes. Dixie Grill is a barbecue and crab shack that has unique flavors from both the island and the deep south. They offer bold dishes that will have your furry pal drooling for a bite. The Alley at Aiea Bowl has been featured on both the Travel Channel and the Food Network. This unique hot spot offers Asian-inspired flavors and dishes. All of these great restaurants offer dog friendly patios and welcome Fido to join you for a meal.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,404/sq mi

    #3 Aiea Heights

    The Napuanani Park is a great spot to take your pup out for a good walk and a fun day out. The park offers a picnic area, basketball courts, restrooms, plenty of shade from trees, and a cool view of the harbor. If Fido loves to run, then this is the park to take him to, since it is filled with a wide open lawn that he can run and play fetch on. He may have to share the space with free roaming chickens though! There is also a playground and volleyball court at this pawsome park.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,071/sq mi

    #4 Kaahele St / Ainanui Loop

    The Kaahele Park is a small area with not a ton of amenities, but is still a great place to hang out at with your furry friend. The park offers restrooms and a little shade from trees. Fido will love the wide open lawn and hills he can climb while visiting this park with you. There is a great walking path around the park where you and your dog can get a good walk in, but it is on a hill, so the two of you will have a bit of a climb. Don't forget water and clean-up bags when you visit.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 6,907/sq mi

    #5 Kamehameha Hwy / Farrington Hwy

    Take Fido out to the Neal S. Blaisdell Park for a fun afternoon out together. The park overlooks Pearl Harbor, giving you and your dog a great view while at the park. Featuring a picnic area, shade, a pawsome grassy area, playground, and benches, your dog will have the time of his life here. The park also offers a great walking and cycling path that you and Fido can use to get a good walk in before heading home for the day. Be aware that the park is on a hill, so you may get a bit more exercise in then you planned. Make sure to bring plenty of water and clean-up bags with you when you visit.
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