JB Pearl Harbor-Hickam, HI - Nearby Cities

    Aiea, HI
    The Aiea community is located about four miles north from JB Pearl Harbor-Hickam on O'Ahu. It is a small community of about 10,000 people and is part of the larger city of Honolulu. The weather is perfect for beachgoers almost year round.

    Aiea is close to Keaiwa Heiau State Park which features a variety of outdoor activities, including hiking and picnicing. Aiea is also close to the USS Arizona Memoria and other military museums. Do you like shopping? The Pearlridge Center is nextdoor and features around 170 different shops and restaurants.

    Pearl City, HI
    Pearl City is a town of 30,000 residents that is located on the north shore of Pearl Harbor. With its proximity to Honolulu, the city itself offers a historical peek into the past and that infamous even of Dec.7th, 1941. The nearby Pearl Harbor exhibit is accessible by boat and offers a platform view of an actual sunken ship as well as a memorial to those who lost their lives that fateful day.Located near JB Pearl Harbor-Hickam, the city is a convenient commute to work for military personnel.

    Homes for sale in the area start at $219,000 for a 2 bedroom, 2 bath residence.Apartments and homes for rent are also available at a monthly starting rate of $1199 for a 1 bedroom, 1 bath unit.Local hotels offer temporary lodging for visitors. Such accommodations include the Harbor Shores Apartment Hotel and the Best Western Plaza which offer nightly rates of $99 for free internet access, on-site fitness center and complimentary breakfast. Hotels are plentiful in the area and offer varied views and beachfront access.

    Major attractions in the area include local bowling alleys such as the Leeward Bowl located right in town. Beach activities are plentiful with waterskiing and kayak and canoe rentals. Snorkeling and surfing activities are available at the marina offering parasailing and fishing expeditions as well. Shopping establishments are plentiful on the island too.

    Halawa, HI
    Halawa is a city that branches into two valleys, North and South Halawa. The area is a sacred site to Hawaiian's because many portions are connected to the goddess legends and have rich stories about their history. Surrounded by mountains, the town offers a picturesque view of the green hills of Hawaii. JB PearlHarbor-Hickam is just 6 miles away from the city.

    Homes in the area start at $280,000 for a 1 bedroom, 1 bath residence. Apartments and homes for rent are also available with a monthly starting rate of $1300 for a 2 bedroom, 1 bath residence. Local hotels offer temporary lodging for visitors. Such accommodations include the Hilton Hawaiian Beach Resort and the Ilikai Hotel and Suites which offer nightly rates of $255 a night. Lodging further back from the beach can be half the price of an oceanfront unit.

    Major attractions in the area include the Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor which has exhibits about the historic planes used in the Pearl Harbor attacks. Chinatown is also in Honolulu and offers eclectic dining experiences as well as an Art Exhibition Hall for art lovers. Honolulu Botanical Gardens is a breathtaking view of the local flowering plants.

    Waimalu, HI
    The community of Waimalu sits eight miles to the north of JB Pearl Harbor-Hickam, just off Hawaii's H-1 Interstate. It is home to around 13,000 people. The USS Arizona Memorial and other military museums are very close to Waimalu. Also, Waimalu is home to the Pearlridge Center, the largest indoor mall on the island, which features about 170 different vendors and restaurants.