The King Kamehameha Tiki House
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Opened in 1964
Defunct tiki not included,
distances are as the crow flies.
The main house at The King Kamehameha Tiki House in Sedalia
February 2008, photo by Brad Finch
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The King Kamehameha Tiki House was built in 1964 by William Parkhurst, on his own private land. It is owned today by his grandson, Rob Parkhurst. It has been used as a rental facility for many decades, and is still available for rental today.
The building sits upon a man-made island in a man-made lake, with an arched bridge from the land to the island. The structure has four peaked roofs arranged in a sort of plus-sign shape. The space is decorated with many items acquired during trips to Hawaii, and King Kamehameha imagery is found all around the building and grounds in the form of metal cutouts.