Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station Pacific

Provides operational direction and management to all Pacific Naval Telecommunication System users
Center St, Wahiawa, HI 96786

Weather/Climate
 
In Wahiawā, the summers are warm, muggy, dry, and partly cloudy; the winters are long, comfortable, and mostly clear; and it is windy year round. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 61°F to 83°F and is rarely below 56°F or above 87°F.
 
Based on the tourism score, the best times of year to visit Wahiawā for warm-weather activities are from late January to early October and from early November to late January.
Cost of Living
 
The overall cost of living index in Wahiawa, HI is 171, which is 3% lower than the Hawaii average and 71% higher than the national average.
 
Everyday goods and services can be a good indicator of the general cost of goods in a given city. In this case, the goods and services in Wahiawa, HI are equal to the Hawaii average and 29% higher than the national average.
Getting to Know the Area
 
Wahiawa is located in the center of Oahu, 4 miles (6.4 km) north of Mililani and about 20 miles (32 km) north of downtown Honolulu. It is situated in the island’s central valley between the two mountain ranges that make up the island (Wai’anae Mountains and Ko’olau Mountains). What’s unique about Wahiawa is that it is surrounded on three sides by Lake Wilson, also known as the Wahiawa Reservoir or Kaukonahua. Lakes and reservoirs are rare in Hawaii. To reach Wahiawa, one must drive over one of two bridges on Kamehameha Highway.  
 
One popular visitor attraction just outside of Wahiawa is the Dole Plantation. Here visitors can see how pineapples grow and other tropical fruits, such as papaya, mango and lychee. They have a nice botanical garden that also features many colorful flowers. Visitors can also hop on the Pineapple Express, a small train that takes people on a narrated ride through the pineapple fields. They also have a huge maze where people can walk through. In fact, it is the world’s largest, according to the Guinness Book or World Records 2001. Two other places that warrant a visit in and around Wahiawa are the Wahiawa Botanical Garden featuring many native and naturalized Hawaiian plants and the Kukaniloko Birthing Stones, an ancient Hawaiian site.

Events

Check out these websites for a list of all of the great events going on in the area.  

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