This is a small park that was the birthplace of Prince Kuhio, one of the last of the Hawaiian royalty. It is also the site of a small heiau, which is a place where religious and royal ceremonies took place. It's often used today for Hawaiian ceremonies commemorating such events as Kahamehame Day, Prince Kuhio's Birthday, etc. There are a couple of pools and large expanses of lawn along with coconut trees in this quiet little park and across the street, which is also part of the park, is a lovely little lagoon that has some of the best snorkeling on the island.
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