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Dog Areas in Waipahu

7 Parks
4 Trails
3 Eateries
9 Groomers
The town of Waipahu was once a sugarcane plantation in Honolulu, but today it stands on its own as a beautiful beach town in Hawaii. With a few good restaurants to try and some nice trails to explore, your dog will have a great time out and about in Waipahu. With six veterinarians located in the city, your dog will be covered while visiting this paradise.

The Waipahu District Park is a gorgeous 14-acre park filled with great amenities that you and Fido can enjoy. With a baseball diamond, basketball courts, a picnic area, and tennis courts, your dog will love hanging out at this park. Make sure to get a good walk in on the walking trail that goes throughout the park, and if you need a break, they offer bleachers to sit down and relax on. 

The Hans L'Orange Neighborhood Park spans 9 acres and offers a baseball diamond, basketball courts, and a playground. The park has plenty of shade, and if you're out when it is dark, there are plenty of lights to help guide you around.

If you want to just take a nice break with your pup, stop into Starbucks, grab a cup of coffee, and hang out on their outdoor patio with your pup. While there, get your dog a nice puppiccino to enjoy with you.

Fido will be feeling so loved and relaxed while hanging out with you in Waipahu, he may never want to leave this great beach city.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Waipahu

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    Population Density 15,920/sq mi

    #1 Kunia Rd / Waipahu St

    The Honowai Neighborhood Park is a great spot to take your pup to for a fun day out and a good walk. The park offers a baseball field, basketball courts, a volleyball court, playground, and benches for owners to relax on. If Fido has some energy that needs to be run out, there is a great hill the two of you can run up and down that will really give your dog a good workout. There are also bathrooms, tons of grass to run on, and a great walking trail that you and your pup can take a leisurely, or vigorous, stroll on.
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    Population Density 14,118/sq mi

    #2 Waipahu Town Center

    The Waipahu Uka Neighborhood Park is a quiet park that is perfect to visit if you and your pup just need to get a fast walk in before continuing your day. The park features a playground, bathrooms, basketball courts, and tons of open grass space that Fido can run and roll in. There aren't many trees to help provide shade, so make sure to bring plenty of water with you while you are visiting the park. Get a good walk in through the park, and if Fido is itching to go further, just take it down to the Hans L'Orange Park down the street.
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    Population Density 4,222/sq mi

    #3 Village Park

    The Waikele Community Park is a great 5-acre area where Fido can go out and explore. While this park doesn't offer much in amenities besides a playground, it does have a ton of green space that Fido can frolic through or play a fun game of fetch on. There are plenty of trees to help provide shade and keep you and Fido cool as well. Make sure to take your dog for a walk throughout the park so she can explore, and don't forget water and clean-up bags when you visit. If you get hungry while you are out, stop into Alyssandra's Lumpia Express. They offer authentic lumpia with numerous flavors, plus their restaurant is a walk-up stand with outdoor seating, so Fido can join you for a bite to eat.
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    Population Density 1,067/sq mi

    #4 Waipio Point Access Rd

    The Pearl Harbor Bike Path is a great 5.2-mile hike that you and your pup can enjoy together. The trail is asphalt, making it an easy journey for you and Fido to go on together. The hike will take you past some industrial areas, as well as over some wooden bridges. If Fido isn't much for hiking, take him out to the Waipio Peninsula Soccer Park. This 233.84-acre park offers restrooms, multi-use fields, and drinking fountains. Your pup will love running the fields in this park with you by his side, between games of course. Make sure to bring clean-up bags with you.
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    Population Density 2,229/sq mi

    #5 Waipi'o

    Grab Fido and head out to the Crestview Community Park for a fun afternoon out with your furry friend. The park offers a playground, basketball courts, and a picnic area if you and your pup decide to bring a lunch. There are also restrooms for owners, a soccer area, and a baseball diamond for you and Fido to mosey around. Make sure to take advantage of the walking trail throughout the park to get a good walk in and all the grass where Fido can play fetch and hang out. Don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags with you while visiting this pawsome park.
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