Waipahu, HI Summer Camps

Results 1-5 of 5 Find Waipahu, HI Summer Camps for kids & teens and choose your summer camp program: day, overnight & specialty featuring special needs camps: diabetes.
 
Camp He Ola Ke Keiki - Diabetes Camp
Honolulu, HI  
Special Needs Camps: Diabetes
 
 
Camp Timberline - Big Mountain Summer Camp
Kapolei, HI  
Sports Camps: Surfing
 
 
Dick Ritgers Bowling Camps-hi
Aiea, HI  
Traditional Camps
 
 
Girl Scout Council Of Hawaii - Camp Paumalu
Honolulu, HI  
Traditional Camps
 
 
Optimal Training Volleyball Camp
Aiea, HI  
Sports Camps: Volleyball
 

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About Waipahu, HI

Waipahu is a former sugar plantation town and now census-designated place located in the ʻEwa District on the island of Oʻahu in the City & County of Honolulu, Hawaiʻi. As of the 2000 Census, the CDP population was 33,108. The U.S. postal code for Waipahu is 96797. Waipahu is a name of an artesian spring. In Hawaiian, Waipahu is derived from wai, meaning water, and pahū, meaning "burst or gush forth". The early Native Hawaiians took pleasure in the cool and clear water gushing from the ground and named this spring Waipahu. Before the Western civilization set foot in Hawaii, the Hawaiians considered Waipahu to be the capital of Oahu. Royalty in the Kingdom of Hawaii would often gather and enjoy the fresh water from the spring Waipahu. Oahu Sugar Company at Waipahu In 1897, Oahu Sugar Company was incorporated and its Board of Directors located the sugar mill in Waipahu. The Company's managers from 1897 to 1940 were: August Ahrens ; E.K. Bull ; J.B. Thomson ; E.W. Greene ; and Hans L'Orange . The company imported laborers from many different countries including the Philippines, Japan, China, Portugal, and Norway. Very few laborers working for the Oahu Sugar Co. were actually Hawaiian. The majority of the company's first laborers were either Japanese or Chinese. Each ethnic group was broken up into different...