Category Archives: Parks

YMCA Camp Erdman

“Othersville,” the suburban enclave of the DHARMA Initiative and subsequently the Others (first seen in “A Tale of Two Cities,” Ep. 3×01), is the YMCA’s Camp H.R. Erdman (69-385 Farrington Hwy.) on the North Shore. The camp became a major set for Season 5, and appeared in several episodes depicting different time periods. The YWCA welcomes visitors and has signage offering parking for “LOST” fans, but asks that photos not be taken of children or other guests. Continue reading YMCA Camp Erdman

Moli‘i Fishpond

The picturesque waterfront where Jin meets his father and tells him about Sun (“In Translation,” Ep. 1×17), and where Sun meets Jin’s father (“D.O.C.,” Ep. 3×18) is the Moli‘i Fishpond near Kualoa Regional Park. This is also where the Galaga submarine arrived on the island (“One Of Us,” Ep. 3×16). Private property, accessible via guided tours at Tropical Farms. Continue reading Moli‘i Fishpond

Byodo-In Temple

The spectacular estate of Sun’s father (“House of the Rising Sun,” Ep. 1×06) is the Byodo-In Temple, part of the Valley of the Temples (47-200 Kahekili Hwy). Sun and Jin’s wedding was later revisited by Jacob (“The Incident,” Ep. 5×16). Admission in the form of a monetary donation is collected at the temple entrance. Continue reading Byodo-In Temple

Aloha Stadium

The stadium where Jack first meets Desmond (“Man of Science, Man of Faith,” Ep. 2×01), and where we later see Penny track him down (“Live Together, Die Alone, Ep. 2×23), is Aloha Stadium (99-500 Salt Lake Blvd.), the largest sports venue in Hawaii. The stadium was revisited in Season 6, when Desmond tracks down Penny in the flash-sideways (“Happily Ever After,” Ep. 6×11). Continue reading Aloha Stadium

Paradise Park

The “Hydra” station, and much of the facility used by “Others” early in the third season (“A Tale of Two Cities,” Ep. 3×01) is the former Paradise Park (and its four-story aviary), located deep in Manoa Valley. The facility still houses Treetops Restaurant, but the lower and ground levels are not open to the public. This location is near Manoa Falls Trail. Continue reading Paradise Park