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Maui Golf & Sports Park is a popular amusement park in the Maalaea neighborhood of Wailuku, Hawaii. It features two 18-hole mini-golf courses with a variety of layouts, water features, and obstacles. The amusement park also has bumper boats, similar to bumper cars, only the bumping takes place in the water. Maui Golf & Sports Park also has a climbing wall; however, you need close-toed shoes to participate. There are multiple climbing paths of different levels, so climbers can choose the path that works for them. There are sprinklers on-site, allowing everyone to get wet. Golfers can choose from golf balls of multiple colors to make it easier to keep track of the ball. The golf and sports park is a great place to cool off during the heat of the summer in HI. The golf park is fun for the whole family.

From Maui Golf and Sports Park, head south on Maalaea Rd. Turn left onto Hauoli St. Haycraft Park will be directly ahead, located in Wailuku, HI 96793.

From Haycraft Park, head west on Hauoli St toward Maalaea Rd. Turn right at the first cross street onto Maalaea Rd. Then, merge onto highway HI-30 East. Turn right onto N Kihei Rd. MECO – Maalaea Generating Station will be on the left, located at 1000 N Kihei Rd, Kihei, HI 96753.

From MECO – Maalaea Generating Station, head southeast on highway HI-310 East / N Kihei Rd. Kealia Coastal Boardwalk will be located on the right, a short distance from the main road.

From Kealia Coastal Boardwalk, head out toward N Kihei Rd. Head east on N Kihei Rd. Maalaea Beach will be located on the right, in Kihei, HI 96753.

From Maalaea Beach, turn left onto HI-310 W. Turn left when you reach HI-30W. Continue on HI-30 for 1.2 miles and turn left onto Kapoli St. Take the first right and continue straight to Maui Ocean Center at 192 Maalaea Rd, Wailuku, HI 96793.

After leaving the Maui Ocean Center parking lot, head east by northeast on Hauoli Street for half a mile to reach Kana’i A Nalu. You’ll see the turnoff for the parking lot at 250 Hauoli St, Wailuku, HI 96793 on your right.

To get to the Lahaina Pali Trail, head back down the way you came on Hauoli Street. You’ll come to a one-way street, so you’ll need to take a right onto Maalea Road and a left onto Kapoli Street to bypass it. When you reach the Honoapilliani Highway (HI-30), take a left to head south. Continue for three and a half miles, then look for parking near the trailhead on the right.

Move back northeast on HI-30, swinging right onto N Kihei Road (HI-310) once you reach it. Palalau will be a mile and a half down HI-310, with the beach to your right as you’re driving.

Changing directions again, move back northwest on HI-310. When you reach HI-30, take a right to head north. After just under half a mile, take a right onto Kuihelani Highway (HI-380). The split highway means you have to make a u-turn about a quarter mile down the road from Sunflower Field to head back southwest and reach it at  HI-380, Wailuku, HI 96793.

To reach the final stop, continue heading southward for half a mile on HI-380, then take the left onto HI-30 less than a quarter of a mile after that. Continue down HI-310 for about three and a half miles, then swing right onto Pilani Highway (HI-31). Follow that until you have to take a right onto Wailea Ike Drive, then watch for Kai Kanani Saling at 34 Wailea Gateway Pl a105, Wailea, HI 96753 to the right.

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Maui Golf & Sports Park is a popular amusement park in the Maalaea neighborhood of Wailuku, Hawaii. It features two 18-hole mini-golf courses with a variety of layouts, water features, and obstacles. The amusement park also has bumper boats, similar to bumper cars, only the bumping takes place in the water. Maui Golf & Sports Park also has a climbing wall; however, you need close-toed shoes to participate. There are multiple climbing paths of different levels, so climbers can choose the path that works for them. There are sprinklers on-site, allowing everyone to get wet. Golfers can choose from golf balls of multiple colors to make it easier to keep track of the ball. The golf and sports park is a great place to cool off during the heat of the summer in HI. The golf park is fun for the whole family.

From Maui Golf and Sports Park, head south on Maalaea Rd. Turn left onto Hauoli St. Haycraft Park will be directly ahead, located in Wailuku, HI 96793.

From Haycraft Park, head west on Hauoli St toward Maalaea Rd. Turn right at the first cross street onto Maalaea Rd. Then, merge onto highway HI-30 East. Turn right onto N Kihei Rd. MECO – Maalaea Generating Station will be on the left, located at 1000 N Kihei Rd, Kihei, HI 96753.

From MECO – Maalaea Generating Station, head southeast on highway HI-310 East / N Kihei Rd. Kealia Coastal Boardwalk will be located on the right, a short distance from the main road.

From Kealia Coastal Boardwalk, head out toward N Kihei Rd. Head east on N Kihei Rd. Maalaea Beach will be located on the right, in Kihei, HI 96753.

From Maalaea Beach, turn left onto HI-310 W. Turn left when you reach HI-30W. Continue on HI-30 for 1.2 miles and turn left onto Kapoli St. Take the first right and continue straight to Maui Ocean Center at 192 Maalaea Rd, Wailuku, HI 96793.

After leaving the Maui Ocean Center parking lot, head east by northeast on Hauoli Street for half a mile to reach Kana’i A Nalu. You’ll see the turnoff for the parking lot at 250 Hauoli St, Wailuku, HI 96793 on your right.

To get to the Lahaina Pali Trail, head back down the way you came on Hauoli Street. You’ll come to a one-way street, so you’ll need to take a right onto Maalea Road and a left onto Kapoli Street to bypass it. When you reach the Honoapilliani Highway (HI-30), take a left to head south. Continue for three and a half miles, then look for parking near the trailhead on the right.

Move back northeast on HI-30, swinging right onto N Kihei Road (HI-310) once you reach it. Palalau will be a mile and a half down HI-310, with the beach to your right as you’re driving.

Changing directions again, move back northwest on HI-310. When you reach HI-30, take a right to head north. After just under half a mile, take a right onto Kuihelani Highway (HI-380). The split highway means you have to make a u-turn about a quarter mile down the road from Sunflower Field to head back southwest and reach it at  HI-380, Wailuku, HI 96793.

To reach the final stop, continue heading southward for half a mile on HI-380, then take the left onto HI-30 less than a quarter of a mile after that. Continue down HI-310 for about three and a half miles, then swing right onto Pilani Highway (HI-31). Follow that until you have to take a right onto Wailea Ike Drive, then watch for Kai Kanani Saling at 34 Wailea Gateway Pl a105, Wailea, HI 96753 to the right.

Visit our page about Pukalani.