Wheeler Field (in Honolulu County, HI) Populated Place Profile


Wheeler Field (GNIS FID: 364986) is a populated place located in Honolulu County at latitude 21.487 and longitude -158.038.

The elevation of Wheeler Field is 866 feet. Wheeler Field 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 (< 0.1 mile)
Wahiawa, HI (1.4 miles NE)
Schofield Barracks CDP, HI (1.4 miles WNW)
Whitmore Village, HI (1.9 miles NNE)
Waipio Acres, HI (2.4 miles SE)
Mililani Mauka CDP, HI (2.7 miles ESE)
Mililani Town, HI (3.1 miles SSE)
Waipi?o, HI (5.3 miles SSE)
Royal Kunia CDP, HI (5.6 miles S)
Waikele CDP, HI (6.1 miles SSE)

Nearby Neighborhoods, Subdivisions & Other Small Populated Places

Kunia Camp, HI (2.4 miles SW)
Village Park, HI (6.1 miles S)
Crestview, HI (6.1 miles SSE)
Pacific Palisades, HI (6.8 miles SE)
Thompson Corner, HI (7.1 miles NW)
Ewa-Schofield Junction, HI (7.2 miles SSE)
Kamooloa, HI (7.4 miles NW)
Palehua, HI (7.5 miles SSW)
Akupu, HI (7.7 miles SSW)
Ranch Camp, HI (7.7 miles NW)

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