Saying this park needs playground equipment totally misses the cultural significance of the area!
Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalaniana'ole, Delegate to Congress and tireless worker for native Hawaiian rights, was born on this very spot along the Po'ipu coast at Kukui'ula in 1871. He was the last royal heir to the Hawaiian throne. The foundation of his royal home and fishpond is part of Kuhio Park. The Ho'ai Heiau is also located here toward the back, left side.
The Prince was so beloved that his birthday, March 26, is a state holiday and celebrated with island-wide cultural events, with many of them held in the park. This being such a culturally significant area, one needs to learn a little bit about our Hawaiian culture before labeling this park as "unused and vacant".
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