Although yes, a little difficult to get into the Air Force Base, it's well worth the effort. Anyone visiting Oahu wanting to check it out send email thru www.passeries.com or www.50-50.com and I'm sure your needs will be met. Locally you might try to touch base with the Lazy Bonez skateboard shop (just outside Honolulu/Waikiki)...inquire within. Hickam Skate Hangar: Keyhole Bowl (DK Bowl), 12 x 24 vert, 4 x 12 mini, Large street course, super 6/7mini-ramp bowl coming soon (Oct) The Hickam skatepark is built in an old WWII hanger. Cost was $1 to enter, and a Military ID to get on base. It has a street area with the usual ramps and rails. There is also a vert ramp, but it has some kinks in it that make it less than ideal.The main attractions are the two bowls.The first and oldest has a 5 ft shallow end going to an 8.5ft round deep end, with 1 ft of vert. Kind of like a keyhole bowl. The waterfall was a little steep, and took some getting use to. Shape is very similar to the big bowl at Montclair. The second bowl is more of a long half pipe, kinked in the middle, with corners about 6 ft high. One corner is extended to about 8ft with a pocket type setup. The middle has a tombstone with real pool coping. Both bowls were covered in masonite over plywood. They were starting to show some wear, but overall it looks like they are well maintained. I could see recent patchwork.- Danny
- Hickam Hangar Skatepark - Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A.
Hickam Hangar Skatepark - Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A.
Open / Closed
Free or Pay
Inside or Outside
Are Pads Required?
900 Hangar Ave. Bldg 2065
Hickam Air Force Base