The Worlds Largest Plant Maze that Will Not Disappoint
July 19, 2018
The Little Wild Ones Collective
There’s more than just Pineapples at the Dole Pineapple Plantation on Oahu. The area is like a small theme park, with a train ride, a pineapple garden maze and tons of pineapple themed treats!
Know Before You Go
Directions, Location & Hours
Directions: The Dole Pineapple Plantation is easy to get to using google maps.
Location: 64-1550 Kamehameha Hwy, Wahiawa, HI 96786
Hours: Open Daily: 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Entrance to the Plantation is Free, but the activities cost extra.
Train Ride: $11 per adult, $9 per child (4-12), Children under 4 are free.
Maze: $8 per adult, $6 per child (4-12), Children under 4 are free.
There are bathrooms near the gift shop.
The majority of the Plantation activities are handicap accessible. The walkways around the gift shop and restaurant are all well maintained and paved, but the paths in the Maze are not. Contact the Plantation directly for specific questions.
The biggest draw to the Pineapple Plantation is to get a Dole Whip! This amazingly delicious ice cream will make the drive completely worth it! Visit the plantation grille to get some!
Take the train ride around the farm to get a tour of the area. It’s fascinating to learn about how pineapples are grown and how much the industry has an impact on the island.
There’s a fun gift shop at the front of the plantation with all kinds of fun trinkets and Pineapple themed gifts! It’s a fun place to explore!
There’s also a Pineapple maze that you can wander through while your there.
Things To Bring
Food & Drink: There’s a restaurant on site with a great selection of Pineapple themed foods! There’s also a variety of snack stands throughout the Plantation if you’re just looking for something quick.
Water: I didn’t see any water fountains, but you can purchase water at the grill or inside the gift shop.
Hand sanitizer: This is a popular place with a lot of people. I can’t tell you how many times a trip has been ruined by one of our kids getting sick, so hand sanitizer for before you eat and when you leave is a must!
Camera: You can bring your nice camera here, but there’s not much to photograph. Your cell phone camera will do just fine.
Clothing: Dress for the weather that day. There’s not a lot of shade here, although the train is covered if you decide to do that.
Sunscreen, Sunglasses or Hats: There’s not a lot of shade here, especially if you go through the garden maze, so sunscreen, sunglasses and/or hats are a must!
Stroller Access: The majority of the park is stroller friendly. It’s a bit difficult getting a stroller through the gift shop, but possible.
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