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Green World Coffee Farm

Green World Coffee Farm

A must for coffee nuts, these guys roast all their coffee on-site with homegrown beans and beans bought from throughout the Hawaiian Islands. There's free sampling, free wi-fi and a great vibe in this roadside...

Amusement Park in Wahiawa

Dole Plantation

Dole Plantation

Expect a sticky-sweet overdose of everything ananas (pineapples) when you walk into the Dole Plantation’s visitor-center gift shop. After you’ve watched fruit-cutting demonstrations and bought your fill of...

Archaeological Site in Wahiawa

Kukaniloko Birthstone State Monument

One of the most important ancient sites on the island, Kukaniloko Birthstone State Monument is located in a 5-acre field just north of Wahiawa township, on the western side of the Kamehameha Hwy. Wahiawa is...

Gardens in Wahiawa

Wahiawa Botanical Gardens

Wahiawa Botanical Gardens

Started 80 years ago as an experiment by local sugarcane farmers, this 27-acre garden has evolved to showcase plants that thrive in a cool, moist climate. There’s a mix of the manicured, with lawns and pruned...

Breakfast in Wahiawa

Koa Pancake House

Koa Pancake House is Hawaii's local answer to all those big breakfast chains, with much more reasonable prices and equally generous portions. Always packed, this popular breakfast and brunch joint serves up tasty...

Hawaiian in Wahiawa

Dots Restaurant

Dots Restaurant

A local favorite since it opened in 1939, this legendary breakfast-to-dinner spot serves meals, has a cocktail lounge, holds banquets, and has regular events such as Ladies Nights @ Dots, Friday Night Live! and...

Barbecue in Wahiawa

Maui Mike's

Maui Mike's

At Maui Mike’s you have the choice of chicken, chicken or chicken – all free range, fire roasted and super fresh. Even the Cajun-spiced fries are 100% natural and trans fat free. Mike describes his chicken as...

Bakery in Wahiawa

Kilani Bakery

Locally owned since 1959, Kilani Bakery is just the type of mom-and-pop, hole-in-the-wall establishment that you remember from growing up. Everything is made from scratch daily – try the chantilly cake, custard...

Mexican in Wahiawa

Barrio Cafe

This friendly, cozy Mexican cocina (kitchen), tucked away on an unassuming side street, serves authentic eats in generous portions amid bright and cheerful decor. Parking is limited in the lot, but ample street...

Food & Drink in Wahiawa

Wahiawa Pineapple Festival

On a Saturday in early May everything pineapple is celebrated at this small-town community fair at the Wahiawa District Park on California Ave. A parade, music, food sales, games and demonstrations are all included.

Religious Site in Wahiawa

Keanianileihuaokalani Healing Stone

A small shrine on California Ave houses the Healing Stone of Wahiawa, also known as Keanianileihuaokalani. The history of the stone is somewhat cloudy, but Hawaiians believe that the stone has sacred healing...

Museum in Wahiawa

Tropic Lightning Museum

This museum on Schofield Barracks remembers the proud achievements of the US Army’s 25th Infantry Division, nicknamed 'Tropic Lightning.' The division was activated in 1941 in Hawaii. The museum has displays from...

Noodles in Wahiawa

Shige's Saimin Stand

Shige's may not look like much from the outside, but locals swear that these are the best saimin noodles around. Inspired by Chinese chow mein, Japanese ramen and Filipino pancit, saimin is a noodle-soup dish...

Park in Wahiawa

Wahiawa Freshwater State Recreation Area

Despite being just beyond Wahiawa center, this park has an unspoiled countryside feel, and the picnic tables with views of Lake Wilson are oh-so-inviting. Public fishing is allowed in the waters stocked with bass...