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How does a year-round vacation on an island paradise sound? Great, huh? Now, how about a year-round vacation on an island paradise with only 5,000 people around? Sounds like more sun for you. If you’re game for living in a town with beautiful beaches, gorgeous weather, and plenty of room to stretch out and tan, rent an apartment in Waikoloa. With a friendly community, great recreational opportunities, superb schools, and so much more, Waikoloa is a rental dream come true. You’ll finally be able to read a book on the beach without some nasty tourist kicking sand in your face. Should that happen, however, you’ll have the last laugh: 365 days a year of heaven.
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Join the Waikoloa Book Club and offer your take on “Garfield Beefs Up.” Find a roommate and discuss the paper towel replacement policy over a meal at Roy's Waikoloa Bar & Grill. Locate a second roommate and pick out pineapples at Waikoloa Village Market. Whether you’re moving with the whole family or looking for a place just for you and your goldfish, MyNewPlace will help you get there. What about the rental rates? Check out the popular apartments listed above and see what the costs generally are for the area around Waikoloa.
If you find yourself spending too much time arguing with your roommate as to where the recliner should be placed in relation to the couch, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to get out and have some real conversation, don’t you worry. What the town lacks in population it makes up for in amazing community events. Attend the annual Wiliwili Festival and you’ll never get in a fight over proper Feng Shui elements again. This popular city event, held at the Waikoloa Village Golf Course in August, has something fun for everyone. Whether you’re an interior designer or you think salmon colored walls and neon lighting are still in vogue, you’ll love this fun event. Mingle with your new neighbors and listen to live music. Munch on delicious food and buy some crafts that may or may not offend your roommate’s design sensibilities. Whatever you do, you’re sure to make great friends and have a lot of fun at the Wiliwili Festival and Waikoloa’s other great community events. Just don’t get in a fight over the choice of coasters.
Did you know that each pineapple plant produces only one pineapple annually? Rent one of Waikoloa’s amazing apartments and you’ll be hearing everything from pineapple facts to “King Lear” quotes from your kids. This charming Hawaii town offers the finest in education, whether you’ve got a little pineapple entering first grade or a teenager who thinks ice cream sandwiches and soda are a proper lunch. You’ll be hanging a lot of A’s on the fridge if you enroll your child in the Waikoloa Elementary and Middle School. The school’s motto is “Excellence in Action” and you’ll see this demonstrated in your kid’s growing knowledge of pineapples and other sweet subjects. You can be sure your teen learns about something beyond MTV once he or she attends Kealakehe High School, “where all students can develop their gifts and talents to be productive members of the community.” Ensure a bright future for your children. Just go easy on the pineapple on pizza night.
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Has sitting in front of your computer browsing through apartment listings cut into your recreation and fitness time? You’ll have a chance to make up for all of the hours lost in the void of the Internet once you see all that Waikoloa has to offer in terms of recreation. The town offers great programs year-round to help get you back on your feet (and clear your mind of lolcats and pop-up ads.) Whether you’re up for a 100 mile run or walk program, or learning some sweet moves in open karate, the city will get you up and moving again. If you find yourself practically glued to your desk chair, you can take things a little easier when you get to the town and play a round at the Waikoloa Village Golf Club. Rent one of these amazing apartments and reclaim your body and mind from the world wide web. At least for a day or two.
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Is Waikoloa a good place for families?
Located on the island of Hawaii, Waikoloa is an okay place for families. As of the 2000 census, which recorded a population of 4,806, there were 1,750 households out of which 41.2 percent had children under the age of 18 living with them, lending to a very family-oriented community. Waikoloa is also located right on the ocean, meaning its beaches and surf provide many recreational opportunities for parents and children alike. In addition, there is a lot of park land on the island, so families living in Waikoloa can easily enjoy nature. However, Waikoloa--along with the rest of the state of Hawaii--is very expensive, and the village has high crime and unemployment rates.
Is Waikoloa pet friendly?
Yes, Waikoloa is very pet-friendly. Although it isn't home to any off-leash dog parks, there are plenty of other places where you can bring your pets as long as they are kept on leash, such as Hapuna Beach State Park in nearby South Kohala. In addition, Waikoloa is located very close to several larger open spaces, including the Kohala Forest Reserve, the Pu'u O Umi Natural Area Reserve, and the Hamakua Forest Reserve, where you can go hiking with your pets. The Hilo Forest Reserve and the Upper Waiakea Forest Reserve, both located to the south of Waikoloa, are also great for spending time outdoors with pets.
What do people in Waikoloa do as far as outdoor recreation?
With one course in town and several nearby, golf is quite a popular pastime in Waikoloa. Due to its proximity to the Pacific Ocean--and the fact that it's located on the island of Hawaii--many residents also enjoy the beaches and their waters on weekends. Activities include swimming, surfing, sailing, boating, and fishing. With an abundance of parks, hiking is also a good choice when it comes to outdoor recreation near Waikoloa. Options include the Pu'u O Umi Natural Area Reserve to the north, Hilo Forest Reserve to the east, and Kau Forest Reserve and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park to the south.