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Take a dip and relax in one of the MWR swimming pools. Most pools offer adult and leisure lap swimming during the weekdays and swim lessons for kids. Water aerobics is also offered at select locations throughout the week. The water slide at Scott Pool is a popular attraction during the hottest days, along with the kiddie pool at both Scott Pool and Pool 2. Hickam Training Pool (Pool 1) is for lap swim only.

Arizona Pool

Lexington Boulevard 808-472-7582

Hickam Family Pool

150 12th St. Mills Blvd. 808-448-2384

Hickam Training Pool

1201 Cornet Ave. 808-449-8274

Scott Pool

Club Road, Building 1511 808-473-0394

Towers Pool

Big Makalapa Housing Area 808-471-9723

Wahiawa Annex Pool

500 Center St. 808-653-5306


Strike it up and have a ball at the Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam bowling centers. Whether the Hickam Bowling Center, the Naval Station Bowling Center or the Escape Bowling Center in Wahiawa, each has its own unique atmosphere. At Naval Station Bowling Center, Building 1736, Pierce Street, enjoy the 20 lanes of one of the sleekest and cleanest bowling centers around. Cosmic bowling also is available. Hickam Bowling Center, Building 1891, Kuntz Street, has 30 well-maintained lanes, a friendly staff, great special programs and delicious breakfast, lunch or dinner at Kau Kau Korner. Escape Bowling, 410 Center St., Wahiawa, is small but cozy, with six lanes, cosmic bowling, karaoke and more. Open to the public on Friday nights, it is available on weekends for parties.

For kids, bowling party packages can be arranged with a minimum of eight guests. For parties, Naval Station Bowling Center has an Adventure Alley for kids to play in the ball pit and tumble around on the mats. Throughout the year, the bowling centers hold leagues, tournaments and no-tap bowling. For more information, call Hickam Bowling Center at 808-448-9959, Naval Station Bowling Center at 808-473-2574 and Escape Bowling Center at 808-473-2651.


Barbers Point Golf Course: Located at Kalaeloa in Leeward Oahu, this 18-hole championship course’s serene setting makes it relaxing and enjoyable for seasoned and first-time golfers alike. This Parkland-style golf course is tree-lined with dogleg holes, great views — and no water hazards. Turf improvements are underway, and for those who’d like to improve their game, there are lessons and clinics, some free for beginners. Call 808-682-2098/1911 for information.

Ke’alohi Par-3 Golf Course: Located at 185 McClelland St., this nine-hole par-3 course is perfect for the whole family, especially beginners, and is the only military golf course in Hawaii lighted for night play. Try out the new foot golf: no clubs necessary. Call 808-448-2318 for information.

Mamala Bay Golf Course: Located at Building 3571, 625 Mamala Drive, with a view of the Pacific Ocean and Diamond Head, Mamala Bay is an 18-hole course with putting greens, a driving range, a practice bunker and a pitching green. The pro shop stocks logo shirts and caps as well as clubs, shoes and accessories. Call 808-449-2304 for more information, or 808-449-2305 to book a tee time.

Navy Marine Golf Course: Rated among the Top 10 military golf courses in the world, Navy Marine Golf Course, 943 Valkenburgh St., maintains 18 holes of great golf. Tee off at this beautiful course with its 3 million-gallon lake filled with colorful koi and a billowing fountain. Greens, tees and bunkers have been recently renovated. The 40-stall driving range is open for golfers working on their swing, and the pro shop offers the best golf equipment available. Qualified, friendly golf professionals are on staff to help with your game. Call 808-471-0142 for more information.


The Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Athletics Department offers a variety of intramural and open league sports seasons. During the year there are eight intramural level events which include: basketball, soccer, softball, volleyball, flag football, racquetball, golf and bowling. Call 808-473-2494 for more information.

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