The Hawaii Kai Dog Park
"The Hawai'i Kai Dog Park was developed by Hui 'Ilio Hawai'i and the Honolulu Department of Parks & Recreation, through a public-private partnership. It is a public, city dog park owned and operated by the City & County of Honolulu. Hui Ilio is the "adoptive park partner" whose responsibilities are to recruit and train volunteer park rangers, and to help with weeding, landscaping and other park improvements. Volunteer park rangers monitor the park and assist new park users to ensure that everyone will have an enjoyable dog park experience. Volunteers also help with maintenance projects such as landscaping and weeding."
You can find more information on the park by visiting Hui 'Ilio.org
The Moanalua Dog Park
"Moanalua Dog Park is the first City & County of Honolulu off-leash dog park*. It was opened in April 2004 through the efforts of the Moanalua Gardens Community Association (“MGCA”) and our representatives. ‘Ilio Hau‘oli Paka means “happy dog park” in Hawaiian. The park was officially nicknamed by Jeanine Shimomura, a Moanalua Elementary School student who won a “Name the Dog Park” contest sponsored by the MGCA. The MGCA initially “adopted” the park and coordinated volunteers to launch the dog park – now we depend on you, the park users, to get involved and make sure the park stays clean and happy. Please acquaint yourself with the rules and etiquette before using the park, as different dog parks have different rules."
You can find more information on the park by visiting Moanalua Dog Park
The Bark Park at Diamond Head
"Bark Park was the first official dog park in Hawaii. Leading the way, Bark Park was a role model for the City and County to make dog parks possible. It is a wonderful place for families to play with their dogs. Bark Park is a private non-profit park that is open to public. It is supported by donations and volunteers."
You can find more information on the park by visiting Bark Park Honolulu
The McInerny Dog Park
Humane Society Dog Park - An off-leash place for dogs and their humans to romp, roam and reflect. Our Dog Park is one-third acre of grass, trees and tropical foliage at the Hawaiian Humane Society. The grounds are encircled by a redwood fence, ensuring the safety of dogs and allowing them to enjoy being off leash. Dogs can sniff the plants, play in the waterfall, run on the grass and socialize with canine friends.
Dog Park Hours
Mon – Fri: 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Weekends & Most Holidays: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
You can find more information on the park by visiting HHS