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3 Serene Places to Picnic on O‘ahu

In Hawai‘i, eating out doesn’t have to mean at a restaurant. Here are a few of our favorite picnic spots.


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1. Spalding House

Looking for high class and low effort? The Spalding House Café will do all the work for you. Call in your order ahead of time.

2411 Makiki Heights Drive, 237-5225, call for reservations.

 

2. The Young Garden at Lyon Arboretum

For maximum romance, surround yourself with the scent of tropical blossoms in a secluded corner of Lyon Arboretum’s Young Garden.

3860 Mānoa Road, 988-0456, hawaii.edu/lyonarboretum.

 

3. Ko Olina Beach Lagoons

Want beach picnicking without the crowds? Get out of town and head to Ko‘Olina’s  immaculately maintained coves and lagoons, protected by sea walls.

Off Alii-nui Drive in Kapolei.

 

Want more outdoor adventure ideas? Check out our full list of 23 Outdoor Adventures to Enjoy Now. Click here for even more great picnic spots and ideas.

 

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