Veterans memorials

Waialua-Kahuku War Memorial
Waialua-Kahuku War Memorial

Haleiwa, Hawaii
62-540 Kamehameha Hwy.

GPS coordinates: 21.5980,-158.1033

Take a photo of your rally flag with the above image.

The striking white obelisk, at Haleiwa Beach Park, pays homage to area veterans who gave their all in World War II, the Korean conflict and the Vietnam War. Of the memorial’s 16 names of soldiers who died in World War II, 14 were of Japanese ancestry, pointing out the diversity of the American military at that time.

Bonus stops: The shrimp trucks of North Shore, including “Killer Shrimp” in nearby Wianae. Authentic shave ice at Matsumoto’s General Store, est. 1951. Dole Pineapple Plantation is also nearby. Take along a swimsuit for the tame waters of a beach resort hotel (all beaches in Hawaii are public).

As with other remote parking lots on the islands, lock up valuables or take them with you.

Photo credit: Kathie Fry of Hawaii for Visitors.

Hawaii is a place like no other for motorcycle riding: excellent year-round weather, the scenery, good roads, all converge to offer motorcycling paradise. Tour of Honor participants can get a motorcycle rental discount by showing their rally flag at Cruzin Hawaii. Also ask them about group discounts, up to 25% off.

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