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Hawaii State Parks
Visit the Hawaii State Parks website to learn more about Hawaii’s beautiful state parks and how you can best explore and enjoy them.

Na Ala Hele
“Na Ala Hele” is the State of Hawaii Trail and Access Program. Learn about trails around each of the Hawaiian Islands and their accessibility for you and your family.

Honolulu City and County Parks and Recreation
Learn about our County Parks and Recreation’s facilities and programs through these extensive websites including the many recreation programs for keiki, hours of county parks and instructions on how to obtain camping permits.

Outdoor Ohana
Learn about local family friendly hikes and other outdoor adventures you can take with your keiki.

High School Hikers, Hawaii Chapter

Bike Map of Oahu

Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii: Sports, Fitness and Recreation
Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii inspires young people to become responsible citizens. Our role is to create a safe place for kids to grow, provide mentoring by a professionally-trained staff and caring volunteers, nurture character development and life-enhancing skills, and provide hope and opportunity. Learn more

Hawaii 4-H
4-H assists young people in developing life skills and in forming attitudes that will enable them to become self-directing, productive, and contributing members of society. 4-H strives to help young people "make the best better" through programs that emphasize learning by doing. 4-H touches approximately 35,000 young people annually throughout the State of Hawaii. Learn more

YMCA of Honolulu
The YMCA of Honolulu is the largest private school-age childcare provider in Hawaii. Our comprehensive programs for children are developmental in nature, encouraging self-expression and interaction, while developing positive self-esteem, physical skills and strong character. Learn more

Safe Routes to School Hawaii

The goals of the federal SRTS program are: enable and encourage children, including those with disabilities, to walk and bicycle to school; make bicycling and walking to school a safer and more appealing transportation alternative, thereby encouraging a healthy and active lifestyle from an early age; and facilitate the planning, development, and implementation of projects and activities that will improve safety and reduce traffic, fuel consumption, and air pollution in the vicinity of schools. More information

Peoples Advocacy for Trails Hawaii (PATH)
Path is a grassroots organization based in Kailua-Kona. It works in partnership with other organizations across the state and the country to make it safe, fun and easy to walk, hike, ride a bike and live a healthy, active lifestyle in Hawaii. Learn more

Mālama Hawai’i
Mālama Hawai‘i is a hui of over seventy organizations and hundreds of individuals committed to the vision that Hawai‘i, our special island home, be a place where the people, land and sea are cared for, and communities are healthy and safe. Learn more

National

Let’s Move!
Engaging in physical activity as a family can be a fun way to get everyone moving. Studies show that kids who believe they are competent and have the skills to be physically active are more likely to be active. And those who feel supported by friends and families to become active are more likely to participate. Learn more

We Can!
We Can! (Ways to Enhance Children's Activity & Nutrition) is a national movement designed to give parents, caregivers, and entire communities a way to help children 8 to 13 years old stay at a healthy weight. Learn more

Motivating Kids Who Hate the Idea of Exercise
Many kids, and adults, are turned off by the thought of “exercise.” Learn more about ways you help to get your kids moving. Learn more

Kids Who Don’t Like Sports
Some kids aren't natural athletes and they may tell you — directly or indirectly — that they just don't like sports. Learn more

Video Games That Make Kids Move Burn Calories
Interactive video games that require high-energy movement raised middle school kids' metabolisms to levels typically seen with moderate or vigorous exercise, a new study finds. Learn more

Kidnetic.com 
This is website for kids, parents, health professionals and educators to learn about healthy eating and active living in a way that is fun! Learn more