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Kahaluu Beach Park Information

Kahaluu Beach Park Information

Kahaluu Beach is one of the busiest along Hawaii's Kona Coast, a small strip of grey sand backed by coconut trees and small grassy dunes.

An offshore reef protects the small shallow bay, making the snorkeling fun amongst the vivid sealife that live in and around the coral. Tuna, marlin, and dolphin can often be seen jumping just outside of the reef and the protected waters inside form calm lagoons for safe swimming, with interesting tidepools and rocks on either end.

High surf develops in winter, along with a strong rip current, so surfers and boogieboarders make the most of the beach during that season while the year-round lifeguards watch. There are restrooms, showers, picnic tables, beach-gear rentals, and food concession available.

This West Hawaii beach is located next to St. Peter's Catholic Church and the ancient Hawaiian temple Ku'emanu Heiau, known as the only temple site dedicated to surfing (back when only chiefs were allowed to surf, they came here to pray for big waves).

Take Alii Dr. south and the beach sits along the coast by mile marker 5.