Community gardening, recreation & sports Makiki District Park - Park in Honolulu, United States

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1527 Ke’eaumoku St, Honolulu, HI 96822, United States



+1 808-768-9291

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4.20 (548 reviews)

Working Hours

  • Friday: 5 am to 10 pm
  • Saturday: 5 am to 10 pm
  • Sunday: 5 am to 10 pm
  • Monday: (Martin Luther King Jr
  • Tuesday: 5 am to 10 pm
  • Wednesday: 5 am to 10 pm
  • Thursday: 5 am to 10 pm


  • Amenities
    • Good for kids
    • Picnic tables
    • Public toilet
  • Accessibility
    • Wheelchair-accessible car park
    • Wheelchair-accessible entrance


Frequently mentioned in reviews: playground (6) people (6) courts (6) place (7) community (7) pool (9) park (23)

  • 5Alston T. 7 months ago
    Good place to rest, exercise, meditate without any hassle. Lots of homeless near restrooms but they stay to themselves.

  • 5Royce K. 1 month ago
    Fouteen sattelites up above us. Welcome to 21st. Century. Very difficult to play hide & seek any more.

  • 5ANDRE S. 7 months ago
    Still a great park, be careful by the rest rooms. Some very questionable characters hanging around

  • 5Tung P. 2 years ago
    Nice park with plenty space. It has children playground, swimming pool, tennis court... I haven't had an issue yet. People walk their dogs too. However, a few times there's people smoking on the grass. They should be taken care of.

  • 5Sper M. 1 year ago
    Relaxing and one of the very few restrooms that I know is available at night when nature calls. ( Technically, by law.. restrooms at parks are closed from 10pm and 5am).

  • 5Lani T. 1 year ago
    This this park is very pleasant place to be. It's fun to explore the organic gardens to see what people are growing. The bathroom is nice and the benches are comfortable. They're nice people there all about.

  • 5Kiara M. 2 years ago
    Very nice place peaceful and calm. Good environment and atmosphere. Love to visit this place.

  • 5Ale R. 1 year ago
    Our go-to park :) so fun and lots to do. Great for the kids to get out some energy and you to get out of the “city.” Well kept and safe, the playground can get a bit crowded but there is much more for the kids to do like the tennis & basketball courts, skate park, large field, and pool (which is unfortunately opened under strict conditions due to COVID right now). Watch out for random homeless that will walk by, just make sure you are responsible at keeping an eye on your kids and belongings. Parking by the playground can be tough but there’s plenty of parking by the skate park off Keeaumoku.

  • 5Jadine O. 2 years ago
    Nice place to workout. Family oriented. Pet friendly too. No homeless to worry about.

  • 4Randy K. 1 year ago
    This place is always clean and they don't bother you if you just hang out there.

  • 4Cyrus H. 1 year ago
    My wife and I like to walk through the gardens here (been on the wait-list going on two years now) in the mornings or evenings when it's cool. The park is nice but could use a few more shade trees, lights, and a new jungle gym for the kids (pictured and why it's not 5/5 stars). For a park that serves such a big population, this jungle gym is too small and it's so dusty located next to the mulch pile. Other thing a park of this caliber ought to have are those body weight bars and machines many other parks (Ala Wai, Diamond Head, Kapiolani) have and that people of all ages like. Lots of potential to be a truly great park. The pool and courts are great, and though I don't use it, the skate park seems popular too.

  • 4T K. 3 years ago
    We've been here a couple of times due to our neighborhood playground being under construction. I really like that a community garden is a part of the park. I also appreciate that this park has a number of trees and palms right around the playground area providing shade for those sitting on the sides watching their children. I think this park could benefit from a shade over the playground as can be found at other parks. Yet, many others also dont have shade. The children seem to not have too much of a problem with it. There's a nice big pool here as well as a smaller one for keiki. I've only been there twice at the time of this review, but in my experience so far, it's a good place to take the little ones to play and engage with others.

  • 4Tony J. 1 year ago
    Oh yes, great family fun, soccer practices, clean, open, community pool. It use to have a reasonable sized library. That is one feature that is solely missed. That is reason for the 4 star rating and not 5.

  • 4Don O. 1 year ago
    This park is a great open space right next to the freeway in the middle of Honolulu. It has a large grassed area for all types of sports, public bathrooms, paved courts, and even gardening plots to grow what ever you want legally :)

  • 4Al L. 5 months ago
    First time at makiki Park playing tennis with a group of friends. People are friendly n no problem getting a court. Will be back soon!!!

  • 4Amalina A. 1 month ago
    It's a vibrant park that hosts many community facilities such as public restrooms, community garden, tennis courts and community pool. I see many people walking their dogs and soccer matches for kids. The only drawback is that there are some homeless people but they usually keep to themselves and the park feels a bit bare, there are not a lot of trees, greeneries or benches but good enough if you're looking to stretch your legs.

  • 4William C. 1 month ago
    This is a district park with a fair amount of parking. This park does not have a gym. It does have a large grass field, tennis courts, basketball courts, a small skate park, olympic size swimming pool, a play ground & community garden.

  • 3Jeffery Alan Kevin Andrew Klein S. 5 months ago
    Nice private community gardens. The park itself is no longer green. It's all dry dirt and some benches. The children's corner has been upgraded. But what's there doesn't compare to what you might see in Kahala. There a slide and monkey bars on Rubber turf

  • 3Michelle P. 1 month ago
    There was a lot of children playing together on the jungle gym. Went swimming here once. People always playing basketball. The garden is cool. So is the skatepark.

  • 1Anonymous A. 3 months ago
    The pool at this park is disgusting. During the humid days, the water feels so hot. Sometimes there is a lot of sand/dust substance at the bottom of the pool. There is also too much chlorine that can burn your eyes and make you smell. This park gives me bad memories when I did swimming with the swim team that practices here making me never want to come back!

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Last updated: 2023-01-13