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Streamside Trail of Waimea Offers Family Friendly Recreation

The Streamside Trail of Waimea (also known as Ke Ala Kahawai O Waimea) is a 1.04 mile trail along the Waikoloa stream through Waimea town. This family friendly scenic trail offers the community a traffic free place to jog, walk dogs, and ride bikes off road.

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Multi-use family friendly trail

Currently, the trail begins at Kanakila Park, it crosses the stream in two places and ends at Kahawai Street. Members of the community have worked hard at creating the trail, which is packed dirt and wood chips.

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Perfect for walking your dog

The Waimea Trails and Greenways committee sponsors several community work days each year that are open for all. This is actually a County of Hawaii Park and Rec project, and will eventually extent from Church Row to South Kohala View Estates for a total trail length of 4.5 miles.

Would You Love to Live Near the Streamside Trail of Waimea?

The homes in Waimea Parkside offer you just that. This 40 lot residential community is centrally located in town and walking distance to shops, restaurants, and schools.

Located within walking distance to the trail, this brand new 3 bedroom, 2 bath plantation style home will be ready for move in summer 2013 (MLS# 260380).

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High ceilings, natural hardwood floors and a gas fireplace provide warmth throughout the home

The large open kitchen offers a butcher block island, stainless steel appliances, and granite counter tops

Granite counter tops are also in the bathrooms and laundry, as well as custom built showers, and a cast iron claw foot tub in the master bathroom

If you’d like more information on this home or any others, please call me, I’m happy to help you.

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