Kunia Camp (in Honolulu County, HI) Populated Place Profile


Kunia Camp (GNIS FID: 365354) is a populated place located in Honolulu County at latitude 21.459 and longitude -158.061.

The elevation of Kunia Camp is 860 feet. Kunia Camp appears on the Schofield Barracks U.S. Geological Survey Map. Honolulu County is in the Hawaii Time Zone (UTC -10 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Wheeler AFB CDP, HI (1.9 miles NE)
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Wahiawa, HI (3.9 miles NE)
Royal Kunia CDP, HI (4.1 miles SSE)
Mililani Mauka CDP, HI (4.3 miles ENE)
Whitmore Village, HI (4.5 miles NE)
Waipi?o, HI (4.7 miles SE)
Waikele CDP, HI (5.3 miles SE)

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Akupu, HI (5.3 miles SSW)
Crestview, HI (5.6 miles SE)
West Loch Estates, HI (6.4 miles SSE)
Ewa-Schofield Junction, HI (6.8 miles SE)
Honouliuli, HI (6.8 miles SSE)
Pacific Palisades, HI (7.4 miles ESE)
Lower Village, HI (7.4 miles SSE)

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