Waikoloa Village is a town in Hawaii with a population of 6,412. Waikoloa Village is in Hawaii County. Living in Waikoloa Village offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Waikoloa Village there are a lot of coffee shops and parks. Many families live in Waikoloa Village and residents tend to be liberal.
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Very nice place if you like a quiet, friendly neighborhood! There aren't many food options but it's a great place to be right, especially because it's between Kona and Waimea.
We love Waikoloa Village! There is a good grocery, a convenient gas station, several places to eat and shop, and anything else you may need is just a drive away. Not a super-convenient place if you don't have transportation, though. Also the designated middle and high schools are a far drive. Highly recommended to anyone who wants to live the Hawaii life at a decent cost of living.
I have lived in Waikoloa Village since 2003, it is an extremely small place and everybody knows each other. Waikoloa is only fun for a couple of days or if you are a middle aged rich person... there is a golf course and a store which is located next to a sad excuse of a shopping center. There is nothing for the youth besides a few parks (that are in poor condition) and a pool (with an expensive membership fee). Due to the lack of activities for younger people/teens many of them turn to drugs and alcohol for a good time.On top of absolute boredom you will also need to deal with the harsh criticism that comes from the a lot of the families in this village; the gossip here in unreal. Overall this village is not the best place to be due to inconvenient location, high cost of living, and lack of entertainment.