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Summer Fun Registration 2024

Get ready for the return of Summer Fun with online registration!

Approximately 500 staff needed to accommodate 10,000 keiki, teens in this popular program

O‘AHU -- Mayor Rick Blangiardi and the Honolulu Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) are pleased to announce the return of the popular Summer Fun program, with registration beginning in mid-May for the program starting in early June.

Registration for this amazing and affordable seasonal day camp will again be held through the Parks and Recreation Online System at

Registration for keiki participants will begin Monday, May 13 based on geographic park district under the following timetable:

  • District 1 (East Honolulu): May 13 from 5 p.m.
  • District 2 (West Honolulu): May 14 from 5 p.m.
  • District 3 (Leeward O‘ahu): May 15 from 5 p.m.
  • District 4 (Windward & North O‘ahu): May 16 from 5 p.m.
  • District 5 (Central O‘ahu): May 17 from 5 p.m.

Not sure which district your favorite Summer Fun Site is located? Visit for an interactive map showing the 2024 Summer Fun Sites and their district locations.

For those without access to a computer or internet, please call the Summer Fun Site where you wish to sign-up to coordinate registration. To register a Junior Leader, contact the specific site for registration information. Mahalo in advance for your valuable contribution to Summer Fun!

Summer Fun 2024 will be weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. beginning Monday, June 10 through Friday, July 26 (not including holidays on June 11 and July 4). It is open to keiki six years old before August 2024 and not older than 13 years old by July 28, 2024. Junior Leaders must be 13 years old before August 2024 and no older than 17 years old by July 28, 2024.

The City's largest keiki program, Summer Fun is a seasonal day camp where children and teens are engaged in learning experiences that help build on soft skills, promoting leadership and success in education throughout their lives. It began on Oʻahu in 1944 with 26 sites in response to a community need for positive keiki engagement during World War II.

Today, Summer Fun is the largest program of its kind in the State; aiming to enrich approximately 10,000 keiki and teens at 60 locations around O‘ahu. Those sites include:

Registration for Summer Fun will be online using the website! (click the image below to visit the registration website)

PROS TIP: If you have not yet done so, we highly recommend creating an account for this system, and inputting your information using the Google Chrome web browser, before registration opens. If the website is not loading properly, please clear your browser cache (click the three dots on the top right corner of the browser..."More tools"..."Clear browsing data" the box next to "Cached images and files" and click "Clear data" then try again. Make sure the other boxes are not checked if you do not wish to delete your browsing history or log-out of other websites. For more help on registering with PROS, an online tutorial is available to assist the public with creating their account and profile and can be viewed at

Summer Fun Sites 2024 (60):

Click here for an interactive map showing the 2024 Summer Fun Sites!

▲ = Summer Plus After ♥ = Summer Plus Before & After

Summer Plus provides activities for enrolled keiki before and/or after the regular program hours. This extracurricular program is offered by Kama‘āina Kids or YMCA at an additional cost. Beforer care is $7.00 a day and Aftercare is $9.00 a day

District 1

(808) 768-8944

District 2

(808) 768-9292

‘Āina Haina Community Park

(808) 768-6716

‘Aiea District Park

(808) 768-6736

Ala Wai Community Park

(808) 768-4622

Ala Pu‘umalu Community Park

(808) 768-6738

Kāhala Community Park

(808) 768-6710

Beretania Community Park

(808) 768-6759

Kaimukī Community Park

(808) 768-6722

Booth District Park

(808) 768-6744

Kamilo Iki Community Park

(808) 768-6717

Fern Community Park

(808) 768-6753

Kānewai Community Park

(808) 768-6724

Hālawa District Park

(808) 768-6751

Kapaolono Community Park

(808) 768-6711

Kalākaua District Park

(808) 768-6757

Kīlauea District Park

(808) 768-6713

Kalihi Valley District Park

(808) 768-8962

Koko Head District Park

(808) 768-6718

Kauluwela Community Park

(808) 768-6760

Mānoa Valley District Park

(808) 768-6703

Lanakila District Park

(808) 768-6747

McCully District Park

(808) 768-6707

Makiki District Park

(808) 768-9290

Paki Community Park

(808) 768-6726

Moanalua Community Park

(808) 768-6754

Pālolo Valley District Park

(808) 768-6727

Pu‘unui Community Park

(808) 768-6748

Wilson Community Park

(808) 768-6714

Salt Lake District Park

(808) 768-6739

▲ = Summer Plus After ♥ = Summer Plus Before & After

District 3

(808) 768-6889

District 4

(808) 768-8980

District 5

(808) 768-8994

Asing Community Park

(808) 768-6769

‘Āhuimanu Community Park

(808) 768-6834

Crestview Community Park

(808) 768-6783

Bill Balfour Jr. Waipahū District Park

(808) 768-6798

‘Aikahi Community Park

(808) 768-6831

George F. Wright Wahiawā District Park

(808) 768-6779

Darrell T. Young Waikele Community Park

(808) 768-6803

Hau‘ula Community Park

(808) 768-6829

Mililani District Park

(808) 768-6777

‘Ewa Beach Community Park

(808) 768-6770

He‘eia Elementary

(808) 768-7335

Pacific Palisades Community Park

(808) 768-6793

‘Ewa Mahiko District Park

(808) 768-6771

Ka‘elepulu Elementary

(808) 768-6843

Pearl City District Park

(808) 768-6788

Herbert K. Pililā‘au Community Park

(808) 768-6810

Kahalu‘u Community Park

(808) 768-8996

Waiau District Park

(808) 768-6795

Hō‘ae‘ae Community Park

(808) 768-6802

Kahuku District Park

(808) 768-6830

Whitmore Community Park

(808) 768-6786

Kalaniana‘ole Beach Park

(808) 768-6809

Kailua District Park

(808) 768-6824

Māili Community Park

(808) 768-6807

Kapunahala Elementary

(808) 768-6835

Mākaha Valley Community Park

(808) 768-6808

Keolu Elementary

(808) 768-6843

Makakilo Community Park

(808) 768-6774

Sunset Beach Elementary

(808) 638-7213

Wai‘anae District Park

(808) 696-5039

Waialua District Park

(808) 768-9721

Waimānalo District Park

(808) 768-6840

The cost of this amazingly affordable program remains the same as last year, with funding assistance available. This year's Summer Fun registration fee is $25.00 per keiki, with an additional activity fee of no more than $100 for participating sites that offer extra-curricular activities such as an excursion to Kualoa Regional Park. All combined fees will not exceed $125 per keiki.

The City is continuing to offer registration and activity fee waivers for qualifying families and neighborhoods. Federal Fiscal Recovery Funds will help offset the cost of the activity fee for Title 1 neighborhoods, with the U.S. Department of Human Services (DHS) providing additional funds to offset registration fees for eligible families. Families who receive a DHS waiver must submit the document to their respective park at least two business days prior to the registration date. Photo identification must be provided when redeeming your waiver.

DPR is also privileged to participate in the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). The 2024 SFSP is sponsored by the United States Department of Agriculture and will be available to Summer Fun participants 18 years and younger in qualified areas.

Additionally, select Summer Fun locations will offer Summer Plus, which provides activities for enrolled keiki before and/or after the regular program hours. This extracurricular program is offered by Kama‘āina Kids or the YMCA for an additional cost. Before care is $7.00 a day and Aftercare is $9.00 a day. The exact sites offering Summer Plus are being determined, and will be posted on the Summer Fun website ( ) when they are confirmed.


Each year, the Summer Fun Program employs roughly 500 adults to help develop the program, supervise keiki, and put the "fun" into Summer Fun! These jobs are an excellent way to gain experience in the childcare field, while earning a minimum $16 / hour in a dynamic work environment with dozens of program sites around O‘ahu!

A variety of positions are available ranging from recreation aides to pool lifeguards and therapeutic assistants. For interested college students, an online application is available at

For adults not enrolled in college, a fillable PDF application is now available by following this link:

Once you've completed the non-student application, email it to the park district where you'd like to work:

District 1

East Honolulu (Ka Iwi to Waikīkī)

District 2

West Honolulu (Makiki to 'Aiea)

District 3

Leeward O‘ahu (Waipahū to Mākaha)

District 4

Windward O‘ahu (Mokulēʻia to Makapu'u)

District 5

Central O‘ahu (Pearl City to Whitmore)

Summer Enrichment Programs

Separate seasonal classes and activities, commonly referred to as enrichment classes, will also be offered at parks around O‘ahu this summer! This includes popular classes like learn to swim, basketball, and dancing. Most of these classes are scheduled to begin the week of June 3, 2024

Registration for both free and paid classes will be conducted online utilizing the same software and geographical park district scheduling with the following timeline.

  • District 1 (East Honolulu): May 20 from 5 p.m.
  • District 2 (West Honolulu): May 21 from 5 p.m.
  • District 3 (Leeward O‘ahu): May 22 from 5 p.m.
  • District 4 (Windward & North O‘ahu): May 23 from 5 p.m.
  • District 5 (Central O‘ahu): May 24 from 5 p.m.

For those without access to a computer or internet, walk-in accommodations for registration are available from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on the above-mentioned dates. You are also encouraged to call the park location where your class is located to coordinate To view a map of the park locations and their contact information please visit

If you need an auxiliary aid/service, other accommodations due to a disability, or an interpreter for a language other than English in reference to this announcement, please contact the Honolulu Department of Parks and Recreation at (808) 768-3003 on weekdays from 7:45 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. or email at least three business days before the scheduled event. Without sufficient advanced notice, it may not be possible to fulfill requests.

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