Hours of Operation
Due to rotational needs the center's hours may change. Please call ahead to ensure the center is open during the time you wish to visit.
About this Location
USO Pohakuloa Training Area is located on the Big Island of Hawaii. This center focuses on serving the military conducting training on the Big Island. USO PTA is the sole location on the base to connect service members to family, home, and country. Additionally, service members have access to free beverages, snacks, much-needed WiFi connection, and a comfortable place to relax. The USO PTA has varying hours of service due to military rotational needs. Please call ahead to ensure the center is open during the time you wish to visit.
Amenities at this Location
Food & Beverages
- Coffee & Tea
- Snack Bar
- Charging Stations
- Computers & Laptops
- DSN Phone
Multimedia & Gaming
- DVD & Blu-ray Player
- TV & Cable
- Xbox One
Rest & Relaxation
- Music Room & Instruments
Services & Information
- Local Information
Programs at this Location
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