HONOLULU (KHON2) — There are some Summer Fun spots on Oahu still open three days after the original in-person registration on Saturday, May 14, according to the Department of Parks and Recreation.

Parents who want to sign up their children for the program need to register in person.

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The department advised parents to call to coordinate registration in person by calling first.

For the phone number of the location, visit the Summer Fun program webpage.

Registration costs $25.

Summer Fun programs start Monday, June 6 and run through Friday, July 22.

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According to the Department of Parks and Recreation the following parks had Summer Fun openings as of 3 p.m. Tuesday, May 17.

  • Mā’ili Community Park
  • ‘Āina Haina Community Park
  • Wai’anae District Park
  • Kalaniana’ole Beac Park
  • Hau’ula Community Park
  • Mākaha Valley Community Park
  • Pililā’au Community Park
  • Mānoa Valley District Park
  • Wahiawā District Park
  • He’eia Summer Fun
  • Beretania Community Park
  • Waipahū District Park
  • Hālawa District Park
  • Waiau District Park
  • Kahuku District Park
  • Kamilo Iki Community Park
  • Lanakila District Park
  • Hō’ae’ae Community Park
  • Fern Community Park
  • Kaimukī Community Park
  • Lā’ie Summer Fun
  • Kalākaua District Park
  • Makakilo Community Park
  • ‘Ewa Beach Community Park
  • Kalihi Valley District Park
  • Asing Community Park
  • Kānewai Community Park
  • ‘Ewa Mahiko District Park
  • Wilson Community Park
  • Ala Wai Community Park
  • Waimānalo District Park
  • Kāhala Community Park
  • McCully District Park
  • Whitmore Community Park