Dog Friendly Activities in Kaneohe, HI

There are 2 dog friendly activities in Kaneohe, and 79 more nearby. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Kaneohe.

Pet Friendly Kapa‘ele‘ele Trail
Kapa‘ele‘ele Trail Enjoy a gorgeous hike with your pooch on the Kapa'ele'ele Trail in the Ahupua'a O Kahana State Park. This 1.2-mile loop trail provides breathtaking views of the Kahana Bay and Huilua Fishpond while taking you past historic cultural sites. Your dog must be on a leash six-feet long or less. While much of the trail is canopied by trees, heat and humidity are a concern. Bring plenty of water for yourself and your pup. See Details
Pet Friendly Photo Shoot with Jurassic View - Oahu
Photo Shoot with Jurassic View - Oahu 'Photo Shoot with Jurassic View - Oahu' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Mikey. You and Fido will have your own photo shoot by a professional local, photographer. Your knowledgeable host will bring you to the best hidden photography spots for your session. Learn about the area, photography, local food and more. You will be sent your photos three days after session. The experience lasts 2.5 hours and can accommodate up to 4 guests of all ages. Rates start at $199 per person. See Details
Kailua Beach Park Leashed dogs are welcome to join you at this beach with gorgeous white sands and turquoise water. In order for the community to continue to support sharing the shoreline with dogs, great care must be taken to ensure responsibility and respect for all beach goers. Owners are responsible for their dog’s actions. The law requires that all dogs wear their county-issued license tag as identification and that pet waste must be disposed of. Violations can results in citations and fines issued by the police. See Details
Moanalua Dog Park This dog park is central to residents in the Honolulu and Leeward areas. It's minutes from the windward side of Oahu. It offers lots of running space for dogs and picnic tables for their owners. There is access to fresh water on site and several trash receptacles. The park is clean, cool and very well manicured. It is a great place for dogs to socialize as well as their owners. This park is 2 thumbs up! See Details
Mililani Dog Park This neighborhood off-leash dog park is fully fenced and includes benches, trees, and a doggie drinking fountain. See Details
Ka Iwi State Scenic Shoreline Leash Fido up for a hike along the gorgeous Ka Iwi State Scenic Shoreline. This two-mile round-trip hike is beautiful any time of the year, but migrating whales make the hike extra special in season. This paved trail can be hot, dry, and windy. Make sure to bring plenty of water for yourself and your pup. See Details
Ala Wai Dog Park Ala Wai Dog Park is an unofficial fenced dog park, making use of the second field at Ala Wai Park. The park is working on finding a permanent location by Ala Wai Elementary School. See Details
Hawaii Kai Dog Park This fenced dog run includes both human and doggie drinking fountains and separate small dog area. See Details
Diamond Head Dog Park This park, located by Diamond Head Crater, is a large park with plenty of room to run around. See Details
Manoa Valley District Park Leashed dogs are welcome to join their humans in this semi-fenced park. See Details
Aukai Beach Bring your pet with you as you relax on this gorgeous beach. They're welcome to join you as long as they remain on leash. See Details
Weave a Hawaiian Coconut Hat 'Weave a Hawaiian Coconut Hat' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Kekai. Your pup is welcome to come along with you to this workshop where you will learn to weave your own pāpale niu piko 'ole (open top coconut hat). Guests will also learn a bit of Hawaiian language, culture, and history during the workshop. The experience lasts 2 hours and can accommodate up to 10 guests ages 12 and up. Rates start at $75 per person. See Details
Mahiku Farmers Market Bring your leashed pup to the Mahiku Farmers Market where you can browse for fresh local produce, flowers, plants, food, crafts, and artworks. With three weekly markets in Honolulu, you can enjoy fresh food throughout the week. See Details
Forest City Dog Park Forest City Dog Park is a private park reserved for Forest City residents. The park is fenced-in and grassy, about three-fourths of an acre. Forest City Dog Park features small and large dog areas, with double-fenced entry. Each section has a bench, water fountain, trash cans, and shaded areas. Random identification checks are performed to confirm residency. The Forest City Dog Park is open daily from dawn until dusk, except for the fourth Wednesday of each month when it is closed for maintenance. See Details
Manoa Falls Manoa Falls is a pet-friendly hike near Honolulu, Hawaii. The trail is around 1.6-miles in a loop. After you've walked the muddy pathways, you'll find yourself at the 150-foot waterfall of the same name. Swimming in the pool beneath the falls is discouraged as the standing water sometimes carries a virus. Sundays and Wednesdays are reserved for off-leash pig hunting dogs, so you and Fido may want to choose a different day to visit. There is a fee of $5 for parking in the car park. You can access the trail from 8am to 4pm. See Details
Royal-Moana Beach Royal-Moana Beach is pet-friendly for leashed pups. This beach is surrounded by high rise buildings and lush green rolling hills. The area can get a little crowded, so shy pups may prefer a more secluded beach on the island. See Details
Makiki Valley Trail Makiki Valley Trail is a short, pet-friendly, riverside hike. This 2.5-mile loop trail is actually a combination of three trails in total and weaves through a wooded area, alongside a brook and river. Dogs must be on a leash for the duration of their visit and all mess should be cleaned up after them. See Details
Gray's (Halekulani) Beach Gray's (Halekulani) Beach in Honolulu is pet-friendly. Located in Honolulu, this stretch of sand is a popular launching spot for avid surfers and surfboarders. Pack your board and hit the waves with your pooch on the front of your board. The surrounding mountains offer a great view out on the water and from the beach itself. See Details
Hawaii Surf Dogs Hawaii Surf Dogs is a great experience for you and your dog to share together. Rocky the surfing instructor has 33 years of experience and wants to invite your dog to try some standing paddle boarding or surfing with your dog too. Not all dogs are cut out for life on the open waves though, so make sure you get Fido comfortable with the water and board before taking them on a lesson. Contact Rocky to set up a lesson. See Details
Makapu’u Lighthouse Trail Makapu’u Lighthouse Trail is pet-friendly. The trails offer outstanding views of O‘ahu’s southeastern coastline, including Koko Head and Koko Crater. The lighthouse itself was built in 1909, and stands stunningly against the deep blue sea below. Dogs must be leashed and all mess should be cleaned up after them. See Details
Lanikai Pillboxes Hike Lanikai Pillboxes Hike, also known as Kaiwa Ridge Trail, is a popular pet-friendly hike in Kailua, Hawaii. This pretty hike winds around the coastal paths, offering dogs and their owners stunning views of Mokulua Islands, Kailua Beach, and Lanikai Beach along the way. The hike itself will take you between an hour and 90 minutes, but you can stop along the way at other historic pillboxes too. Lanikai Pillboxes Hike is accessible from 8am to 6pm. See Details
Kawainui Marsh Trail at Kawainui Neighborhood Park Kawainui Marsh Trail is a 2.9 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Kailua, Oahu, Hawaii that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. The trail is paved and has no elevation gains, making it easy for just about anyone. See Details
Koko Crater Arch Leashed dogs are welcome on the trails to Koko Crater Arch near Honolulu, Hawaii. The Trail begins on the Crater side of the highway, across from Halona Blowhole, and leads to a stunning natural rock formation at the top. The hike itself is only about a mile in length. There's no fee for entry into this area. The park is open every day of the week from sunrise to sunset. See Details
Coconut Hat Weaving Class 'Coconut Hat Weaving Class' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Lowen. Take your pooch along as you learn how to weave your own papale niu (coconut hat). Materials provided and you will be shown what tree and leaves you should be looking for. The experience lasts 2 hours and can accommodate up to 10 guests ages 10 and up. Rates start at $55 per person. See Details