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Dog Areas in Kailua

20 Parks
11 Trails
24 Eateries
5 Groomers
Kailua is a beautiful beach town on the east coast of the island of Oahu. Known to have gentle waves, lovely parks, and great hiking trails that you and your pup can enjoy together, Kailua is only twelves miles out of the busy Honolulu, making it a prime destination for those seeking amazing beaches without as many tourists. With ten veterinarians located in Kailua, your dog can feel safe while visiting this island paradise.

Grab your pup and check out the Lanikai Pillboxes Hike for a day of fresh air that is filled with beaches and beautiful views. The hike is known to be a little hard, but while hiking, you will get a great view of the Lanikai Beach and can explore old military pillbox posts. The trail does have some loose gravel, so be careful where you walk, and make sure to keep your pup on a leash while exploring.

Finding amazing food is easy in Kailua. The Big City Diner-Kailua offers American comfort food and local favorites like BBQ ribs or eggs Benedict. The Uahi Island Grill offers fresh dishes with island flavors and product. Their delicious menu offers a twist on local favorites like a tamarind burger or eggplant tofu. 


Get a good night's rest with Fido by your side at Turtle Bay Resort. They welcome Fido to join you for a night before continuing your adventure. With all the fun hikes, parks, and restaurants that you and Fido can explore together in Kailua, it is going to be hard to leave this amazing city. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kailua

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,250/sq mi

    #1 Kailua Town Center

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    The Kailua Beach Park has gorgeous white sand with the bluest waters you and Fido will lay eyes on. This 2.5-mile beach is a great area to take Fido for a fun day out and let your pup get his or her paws in the sand. The beach includes amenities like restrooms and beach showers for your convenience, and picnic tables for a pawrific oceanside meal. While out at Kailua Beach Park, make sure to stop into Island Snow and grab a shaved ice that has a surf inspired themed, and was made famous by serving President Obama and his family.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,067/sq mi

    #2 Keolu Dr / Akiahala St

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    If you and Fido are looking to eat, check out The Hibachi that prides itself in offering fresh poke with marinated meats, and cooked on the grill to order. Maui Tacos Kailua has a menu that offers both Mexican and Hawaiian themed food with tons of flavorful options. They dish out classic tacos, enchiladas, and platters. If Fido is craving a burger, then check out Teddy's Bigger Burgers that serves delicious burgers and sandwiches. They offer options like building your own burger, and have specials like a Kalauea fire burger. All of these amazing restaurants offer a dog friendly patio so Fido can sit by your side while you eat.
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    Population Density 2,721/sq mi

    #3 Kalanianaole Hwy / Maunawili Rd

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    The Kawainui Marsh Trail is an easy 2.6-mile hike through 800-acres of beautiful wetlands. The out-and-back trail travels through marsh and gives you a great view of the Ko'olau Mountains. The trail is half paved and half gravel, and is popular among walkers, bikers, and runners. Your dog is allowed to hike this awesome trail with you if he remains on leash the entire time. The trail is known to have tons of endangered birds and wildlife that call the marsh their home, so make sure you and Fido stay on the trail while you hike so as not to disturb their habitat. Bring some water and clean up bags, as none are available in the marsh.
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    Population Density 4,432/sq mi

    #4 Waimanalo

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    The Ka Iwi State Scenic Shoreline as a lovely 2-mile hike that you and Fido can journey together if he stays on leash. The hike will take you along the coast where you can occasionally get a view of the migrating whales. The trail is paved which can make the hike easier for first time hikers, but it can get hot, so make sure to bring plenty of water for you and Fido. Some locals recommend bringing dog shoes for your pup since the ground can get a little too hot for sensitive paws. Only twelve miles out of Kailua in Honolulu, your pup won't mind this short car ride for this amazing experience.
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    Population Density 4,432/sq mi

    #5 Hawaii Kai

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    The Hawaii Kai Dog Park is a fully fenced in park with tons of green grass for your furry pal to run around in. The park offers doggie water fountains, waste bag stations, shade, and there is a mobile grooming van in the parking lot. If your dog would rather play with pups his own size, there are big and small dog sections here. If Fido gets hungry while out at the park, the two of you can stop into Roy's Hawaii Kai. This pawsome eatery offers freshly caught seafood and delicious dishes like Szechuan spiced pork ribs. They offer a dog friendly patio where Fido can join you for your tasty meal. Only twelve miles out of Kailua in Honolulu, your pup is going to love visiting the park and restaurant with you.
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