Queen Elizabeth Park
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US Marines were stationed here during WWII and there is an interesting exhibition area detailing their time in Wellington. But there is also a cool Tram that you can ride in from the main road down to the beach through the park. It operates 11am-4.30pm Sat, Sun and public holidays.
The park has several signposted tracks. Take the coastal route where you can admire Kapiti Island, or one of the inland routes through farmland, past the Model Aeroplane club rooms, and over the tram tracks. QE2 park is accessible from several points in Raumati South, McKays Crossing and…
10,000 US Marines stationed in Paekakariki during WW2. There is a memorial to commemorate their efforts. And lots of bike tracks, walking tracks, and quite often a deserted beach too. Also has the Kapiti Tramways Museum and you can go on a tramride for a very reasonable price.
QE Park has the last area of natural dunes on the Kapiti Coast, Many recreation facilities were developed in the 1950s and 1960s, including the campground and Wellington Tramway Museum. The park is bordered by Paekakariki and Raumati South. The tangata whenua of the park are Ngati Haumia, a hapu of…
Variety of terrains, countryside and beach, more sheltered than solely walking on the beach