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Skateparks in Hawaii

Where to find skateboard parks and inline skate parks in Hawaii.

Oahu Skateparks

Aala Park Skatepark Facility
Completed in about March of 2002

Banzai Rock Skatepark
In 2003 the city of Honolulu was planning to build a 100,000 square foot skatepark on the North Shore, across Kamehameha Highway near the Banzai Rock and Banzai Pipeline surfing spots.

Keolu Skate Park
1416 Keolu Drive, Kailua, Oahu, Hawaii
Phone: 808-523-4736 - Article 1
- Article 2 - Article 3

Kamiloiki Community Skatepark and Hockey Rink
This skating facility in Hawaii Kai opened on September 14, 2002. Features include an aggressive skateboard and a smooth concrete inline hockey rink. The entire facility cost more then $1 million to build. Located at the corner of Lunalilo Home Road and Hawaii Kai Drive.
- Article 1 - Article 2 - Article 3

Kaneohe District Skatepark
This 7500 square foot skatepark opened in Kaneohe District Park on September 27, 2002.

Manana Skatepark
This Pearl City skatepark opened July 1, 2005 in Manana Community Park.

Mililani District Skatepark
10,000 square foot skatepark opened February 16, 2002.

City of Honolulu planned to open other facilities in Kaneohe, Kailua, North Shore, Wahiawa, and Kalihi.

Kapahulu Skate Park (closed)
In May 1997 a concert was held to raise $15,000 to build the YMCA Kapahulu Skatepark. The 20,000 square foot skatepark opened at the corner of Kapahulu and Harding in July of 1997 and they held their first competition in August of 1997. Unfortunately the skatepark closed down on September 4, 1999 because of a Hawaii state freeway retrofitting project.
- Concert to Raise Money for a Skatepark
- Demise of the Kapahulu Skatepark

Maui Skateparks

Kalama Skate Park
Kalama Park
1910 South Kihei Road
Kihei, Maui, Hawaii 96753
Phone: 808-879-4364
Kalama Park is a 36.5 square acre park in Kihei with baseball fields, basketball courts, picnic areas, a 170 foot by 80 foot inline and roller skating rink, and a 20,000 square foot skatepark.

Keopuolani Skate Park
Keopuolani Regional Park
Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii 96753
Phone: 808-270-7389

Nalu Pohaku Stone Wave Skate Park Paia Youth and Cultural Center Paia, Maui, Hawaii

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