ITINERARY: A FAMILY DAY ON THE NORTH SHORE

ITINERARY: A FAMILY DAY ON THE NORTH SHORE

MORNING

WAIMEA VALLEY

Hike up to the waterfall on a paved path perfect for strollers and little ones who want to walk. Enjoy the cultural sharing and activities abound throughout the walk and learn how to play ancient Hawaiian games.

Family points:

  • Paved walkways make stroller use easy.
  • There are plenty of bathrooms and rest areas with food and drink options.
  • The walk up to the falls is a steady incline, not steep at all.
  • Free and plentiful parking.

 

LUNCH

KAHUKU FARMS

Kahuku Farms is set up for families to enjoy with an expansive grass area for the kids to play or to spread out a picnic blanket. They have toys, mats, and umbrellas available for all to use while on the grounds. The food is farm-to-plate, which means all the fresh vegetables and fruits you can see all around you will make an appearance as a delicious pizza, Panini, soup, salad, smoothie or dessert on your plate. Kahuku Farms serves up homemade ice cream (usually apple banana or lilikoi) and seared banana bread for dessert. Tractor rides around the property and through the banana tunnel are given daily as well. The kids will love it and your bellies will be full of delicious and nutritious food.

 

Family points:

  • The kids can walk everywhere and explore.
  • Ample shaded seating.
  • Food is fresh, healthy and fast.
  • Learning experience as the whole family can go on a tractor tour or ask questions to those working the farm.
  • Free parking and bathrooms.

 

AFTERNOON

PICK A BAY

Just a couple minutes down the road from Kahuku Farms, driving west, are Kawela Bay and Turtle Bay. Kawela Bay is just across the street from all the fruit stands that cannot be missed on Kamehameha Hwy. Turtle Bay is located inside the Turtle Bay resort property and is open to the public. Both are excellent beaches to take the kids because no matter how big the waves are elsewhere, these bays are sheltered from the wind and waves. Perfect little pools for the kids to splash and play — and keep an eye out for turtles that are regular swimmers in these areas.

 

Family points:

  • Easy to find and ample parking.
  • Sheltered from the elements.
  • Calm waters and regular turtle sightings.

DINNER

Historic Haleiwa Town has plenty of options for family-friendly dining, depending on what kind of food fare you desire of course. Excellent options include Cholos Homestyle Mexican, Banzai Sushi or Breakers, which can all be found in the North Shore Marketplace. Each of these restaurants offers indoor and outdoor seating with vibrant atmospheres that are sure to keep all ages entertained.

 

Family points:

  • Easy to find and ample parking.
  • Bathrooms.
  • Quick service and plenty of shops nearby to peruse if waiting or entertaining an antsy little one.

 

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